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TO THE SUBSCRIBERS AND PURCHASERS OF 
THE CATHOLIC DIRECTORY. 

As it has been found absolutely necessary to raise the price of the 
Catholic Directory, it may be proper to gi^e the reasons for such 
rise, which, we cannot doubt, will be deemed satisfactory. 

The Laity*M Directory (of which the Catholic Directory is the 
authorised successor) was commenced, it is believed, about seventy or 
eighty years ago. It consisted of a few pages only, and the price was 
4fd. In the year 1798 the price was raised to Sd*; and successively 
advanced to 8^. and 9d. till the year 1814, when, from its further en- 
largement, it was considered necessary to raise it to Is. The publica- 
tion of that year extended to eighty-four pages only, and contained 
notices of no more than forty-five chapels, chiefly in London and its 
vicinity: its successor of 1856 consists of 268 pages, and notes 849 
churches, chapels, and stations, throughout Great Britain ! In twenty- 
years the further extension of the Laity*s Directory did not exceed 
eighteen pages ; and in the year 1839 it was discontinued. In 1840 
the Catholic Directory came out under episcopal authority, con- 
siderably enlarged and improved by the addition of an Alphabetical 
List of the Clergy, and other additions, at the same price as its prede- 
cessor ; and although it has been increasing from year to year in bulk 
and importance, the price has till now remained stationary. The en- 
largements alluded to will appear from the following view : 

In 1814 the Laity^s Directory amounted to . . 84 pages. 

In 1824 ,j „ to . . 90 „ 

In 1834 „ „ to . . 100 „ 

In 1844 the Catholic Directory, which had"! .g^. 

been previously extending, was enlarged to J " 

In 1854 „ „ „ to 221 „ 

In 1855 „ „ „ to 234 „ 

All these enlargements are exclusive of the portion occupied by the 
" Catholic Advertiser." Besides, fhe Catholic Directory is greatly 
superior to its predecessor in the getting-up and the quality of the 
materials employed; and the one now presented surpasses in these 
respects all those preceding. 

The Directory for 1856 amounts to 268 pages, being 34 pages 
more than that of 1855, and is mors than three times the size 
OP THE Laity*s Directory of 1814. 

The result is that the Catholic Directory nowno longer clears its 
own proper expenses ; and were it not for the Advertisements, it Would be 
an actual loss. There was a deficit upon the sale of it and the Ordo in 
1855 of upwards of 18/., notwithstanding their great circulation-^ a 
deficit which had to be made good from the profits of the Advertise- 
ments, which are now far from considerable, owing to the state of the 
times and the numerous advertising media. And be it observed, that 
in the account of loss the expense of the Directory is limited to its 
own legitimate cost, by deducting from the whole amount the expense 
of the advertising portion. 

Under these circumstances, the price of the Catholic Directory 
will be raised to \$. Qd,, at which price it will remain stationary, not- 
withstanding further contemplated improvements and enlargements. 

Feast qfthe Immaculate Conception, 1855. 



m 

EXPLANATORY PREFACE. 



The Ecclesiastical Year commences with the first Sanday of Advent, 
and closes with the last Sanday after Pentecost. 

The words J>ouble, Sanubmltk, and SimpUy occmrring in the Direc- 
tory, show the different degrees of solemnity with which the Offices of 
the Church are performed* 

The word DcnUhy subjoined to a Festival, denotes that the Office of 
that Festival is more solemn than that of a Semidouble or Simple. 

The order of the Festivals is as follows: DoubU of Ute firttetaui 
double of the aeoand class; dotUtle major; double ; semidonibU ; and sm^fU, 

A Festival is called double when an entire Anthem in the Chorch 
Office is recited or sung before and after each Psalm, semidouble wheo 
only a word or two of the Anthem are sung before the Psalm, and the 
entire Anthem after it, as is the case on Sundays. A sh^ has only 
three lessons at Matins. Aferia is any day of the week for which no 
Saint* s Office is appointed. 

The principal Solemnities throughout the year are denominated 
doublesJftbeJlrsi class. The Festivals instituted by the Church, in 
memory of the Incarnation, Birth, Resurrection, and Ascension of our 
Lord, and of the Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles, recal 
to our remembrance all that a good and merciful Ood has done for our 
salvation: and as the recollection of these Mysteries contributes 
powerfully to inflame the devotion of the Faithful, it is proper that 
these should be celebrated with more solemni^^ than other Festivals. 

Among the Saints, there are some whose Festivals are celebrated 
more solemnly than those of others. Such are the Feasts instituted in 
honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of our Bedeemer; of the 
Holy Apostles, who preached the Gospel and planted the Church ; and 
of some other eminent Saints. 

Some of these greater Solemnitie*^ have an Octave ; which includ- 
ing the day of the Feast, is a succession of eight days, on which the 
Office and Mass of the Feast are said: hut in some cases, when ano- 
ther Festival occurs within the Octave, the Office and Mass of that 
Festival are said instead of those of the Octave. 



Directions for using the Roman Missal or Mass^BooK 

The Prayers and portions of the Holy Scripture, of which the Mast 
is composed, are in part unalterably the same, and partly different every 
day. Those that are fixed and invariable, are contained in what is 
called (he Ordinary of the Mass, to be found at the beginning of th« 
If issal. The parts that are changeable or proper, — viz. the IniroUst 
Collects^ Epistles, Graduals, and TraetSy Gospds^ Offertories, Secrets^ 
Ofmrnmraonst and Pystcomniwnions, — form the subsequent contents of 
the book. As the Prefaces are not so frequently subject to change, 
they follow each other in regular succession in the Ordinary of the 

SAbss. 

In order, therefore, to find out the proper Mass of the day, look for 
that day in the Calendar at the begmning of the booki opposite to 



which may be Men i^ nUrwoB to the jmp wherein it U contained. If 
a Double should fall on & Sunday, then fne if aae ef the Doable is said 
instead of that of the Sunday, onleit it be a Sunday of the JInt dbsa, 
viz. the first Sunday o{Jdv»U or Lmt^ Patntmy Paim^Eiuter.PeiUwMi^ 
and TriMty 8undajf$, which are never supers^ed. The Sundays of 
the second el(u»f which cannot be 8U|)er9^dda except by doubles of the 
Jtnt cla$i, are the 2d, 8d, and 4th, of Adeenty Sqdmdffetima^ Setrooabna, 
and Quinqaagesitna ; as also the 2d, 8d, and 4th of Latt, It n^ust, how- 
ever, be reiuarkied, that the Gospels for Sundays, thue tupet^ded by 
Doubles, are never omitted, but are tecited at the end of Mass, instead 
of St John's Oospcl ; And also, that a commemorat{oh of the Sunday, 
by its proper Ootlfct Secret^ and Ppttcomnaaiionf is always made tn^me- 
diately after the Collect, &c. of the Festival. 

But f^s it sometimes happens that a Double is transfmefl to some 
future vacant day, on account of the Octave of some Festival of hi^er 
rank intervening, then the difficulty of finding out the day C|n whicti 
such transferred Festival is celebratecL as well as all other difficulties 
regarding the servibe, may be easily removed by consnlUng die 
Directory, published annually, as a Guide to the wl'nihjjf as well at 
to the Svenipg Seryloe of the Qhurch« 

Diredimtforunng the Veiper^B^ok^ot Bmk ofJSmnim§ Sendet. 

It appears nece$s{^ry to ej^plajh the order, as well 4S the mfjioe)*, in 
which that part pf the pubUP Mturgy of the CathoIiQ Church caUed 
Vespers is recited or sung, 

Our Father and Hail Mary being said in silence, the Priest, maVing 
the sign of the Cross, intones aloud the VersicUf jOtu9 ^ tt^tOorium 
tneum intende; to which the Choir add the ^sponsory, Dmnine ad 
jwandum me/e$thia, with the Gloria Patri ; and when five Psalms* wiih 
as many anthems, have been sung, the Priest sings the ^te Chaptfr, 

Then are sung the JIym% with its VanuiU and jUtpon^oryt &od the 
Maffni/icat, with its ^?t&<vt, followed by supb Prayer$ and Qmmcma^ 
ruiicms as are suitable to the dav ; which, if it be neither a JDouhh nor 
within the Octave of a Festival, are the common (Jommemoratiqna or 
Suffrages, and are to be found after the Vespeirs for Sundays. 

Every Double has^rs^ and second Vespers : the^«{ are said on the 
Eve of the Festival, and the seeoncion the Festival itself. Hence it 
often hiippens that the Vespers are not of the Sunday, but of some 
Double that falls on the ensuing day. 

To find oat tfie partkuhar Vei^pen fsr «very Siinday and lioKday 
throughout the Year, consult thfi Directory at the day m the nM>nth on 
cl4c)i svch ^twdAy or Festival falU. 



CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations in the Church Service . • 
Directory for the Church Service for the year 1856 
Periods of Indulgences . . . . 

Plenary Indulgences 

Feasts observe in England in 1856 

Feasts, the Offices of which are transferred in 1856 

Secular Clergy Common Fund . » . 

The Catholic Cemetery, Chelsea . 

Places on the Continent for hearing Confessions 

The Hierarchy 



VI. 



The Dioceses, Clergy, Churches, and Chapels 
and Wales (viz.) .... 

L Diocese of Westminster . • 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
XL Diocese of Sonthwark 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 

III. Diocese of Hexham .... 
Rural Deaneries and Deans 
Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 

IV. Diocese of Beverley .... 
Yorkshire Brethren's Fund 
Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 

V. Diocese of Liverpool .... 

Deaneries 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
Catholic Blind Asylum , • 
Diocese of SaUbrd .... 
Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
VII. Diocese of Shrewsbury 

Rural Deaneries .... 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
VIII. Diocese of Newport and Menevia 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
IX. Diocese of Clifton .... 
Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
Society for the Belief of Infirm Priests in 
X. Diocese of Plymouth .... 
Rural Deaneries .... 
Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
XI. Diocese of Nottingham 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
XII. Diocese of Birmingham 

Conferences 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 
XIII. Diocese of Northampton . 

Rural Deaneries .... 
Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 

Clergy, Churches, and Chapels in Scotland 

Changes of Priests 

Alphabetical List of the Clergy, Secular and Regnl 

England and Wales . ' . 
Priests in the East c . . . . 
Bnglish Prelates and Chamberlains of the Papal 
Alphabetical List of the Clergy in Scotland 
Statistics of the Catholic Church in Great Britain 
Sammary of Churches, Chapels, and Stations 

and Scotland 



in England 



Summary of Priests in ditto . 



^-«^ii. 



the Diocese 



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Court 



in England 



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26 

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29—42 

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56 

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60 

61 

62—69 

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69—71 

72—76 

75 

76—80 

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89,91 

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94 

95—101 

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102—104 

104 

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105-110 
110 

111—132 
132 
133 

133-136 
137 

138 
138 
188 



Vi OOKTENTS. 

Pajre 

Religious Houses and Communities of Mtm • • • . * 199 

Convents % . 189 

Alphabetical List of Cities, Towns, &c. in Kngbiri «i4 

Wales, where there are Churches and Chapels • • 1 8^ 1#3 

English Catholic Colleges ....... IM — ^148 

Scotch Catholic Collies ....•.« 148 

trathoUc UniTcrsity, Dublin ..,...• 149 — 1^2 

AUhallows Collesre, Dublin ...... 162, 1S3 

Association for the Propagation of the Faith . . . 1^ 

Memoir of Cardinal Mezzofanti 1M^172 

The Pope and the Sacred College 173 — 177 

Cardinals lately deceased 177 

Catholic Archbishops and Bishops of Irelaud . . . 178 
Catholic Bishops and Vicars- Apostolic in tin BrUSsli CMo- 

nies and Possessions ■• 179 

Alphabetical List of the Archbishops and Biafaops> UjS. « 181 

Schools conducted by Clergymen ..... 182 

Schools for Young Gentlemen in London aad its Vidnity . 182 — ^185 

Schools for Young Gentlemen in the Ottatttry . . % 186 — 188 

Ladies' Schools in Commomties 189 — 198 

Ladies' Schools in and near London 198-^201 

Ladies' Schools in the Country 201 

Convents without Schoob 202—205 

Conventual and other Schools and BstsblMhttinitB (Ttz.) 906 — ^212 

In Belgium— at Bruges, Ypres, Hougaerde(206y; Tbildonok 

(207); Maeseyck, Moorslede ^208) ; Bruges, Wack^n^ and 

Courtray (209). 
In France — at Paris, Bouiogne-sur-M'er, Hontriwtl-sur- 

Mer (210); St. Omer, Gfavelines, Jouafl'e (2X1); and 

Hazebrouck (212). 
In Germany— at Munich and Aix-la-Chapelle (212). 

Charitable and other Institutions in Loadon and Um EavirMW 213—222 

Institution for first Communion ....»« 222 

St. Mary's Orphanage and Hospital^ Maryvale . • . 223 

Medical Benevolent Institution ...... 223,224 

Institution for Catholic Serv-ants ...... 225 

Obituary 226—230 

Ecclesiastical Register 630 — ^233 

Ordinations (230) ; New Churches^ &e. opeoed (231) ; Four- ^ 

dations of New Churches laid (232). 

Conversions • 233 

Almanac for the year 1856 ....,,. 234^236 

Sovereigns of Europe, Eclipses, Common Kotes, Law Tarma 237 
Stamp Duties, Postage Rates, Unlv«nitj Teraa% ih« Bojr«l 

Family (238) ; Changes of the Moon . , . . 289 
Catholic Peerage, Baronetage, Knightage, Ladies, Landed 

Gentry (viz.T 240^268 

Earls (240) ; Viscounts (241) ; Barons (242). 

Non-Catholic Peerages to which there are Catholic Aeves , 245 

Noble Lords not Peers ....... 246 

Gentlemenof Noble Family 247 

Baronets 247—254 

Knights • . • . « 254 

Privy Councillors, &c « . 255 

Ladies of Rank 1356— 2^ 

Ladies of Knights gjSO, 2gl 

Landed Gentry of Great Britwn , 351—267 

Catholic Peers of Parliament ...;.. 267 

O&thnlin MnmhAra of the House of Comtnons S68 



ABBREVIATIONS IN THE CALENDAR. 

Ap. signifies Apostle; App. Apostles; M. Martyr; MM.Mattyrs. 
P. Pope; B. Bishop; C. Confessor; D. Doctor; Abb Abbot; V. 
Virgin ; yf. Widow ; K. King ; Q. Queen ; F. D. Feast of Devotion. 

gr. d. signifies greater double ; d. double ; sem. semidouble ; com. 
commemoration ; Oct. Octave ; cl. class ; V. Vespers ; Prefl Preface ; 
Vig. Vigil ; Prs. Prayers. 

The words white, red, violet^ green, black, in Italics, denote the 
colour of the vestments of the day. 

Feria is a day for which no Saint's office is appointed. 

Festivals of Obligation are in large capitals. 

Feasts of Devotion in small capitals. 

Paschal time begins on Holy Saturday, and continues to the 
first Vespers of Trinity Sunday. 

snr tnaforem ^ti glortam. 

Gloria in exeelsis is said on all Sundays (except from Sep- 
tuagesima to Palm Sunday inclusively, and the Sundays in Adr 
vent), on all Feasts, and daily during Paschal Time. 

Cr, the Creed i^ said on all Sundays, and on those Festivals 
to which * Cr^ is affixed. 

The Preface of the Most Holy Trinity i? said on all Sundays, 
unless when otherv«rise directed. 

When the Suffrages are to be said, the following is the newly- 
prescribed 

Antiphon por St. George : 

Sancti per fidem vicerunt regna, operati sunt justitiam, adepti 
sunt repromissiones. 

'f, Scuto bonse voluntatis tuse. I^. Coronasti eum Domine. 
Prayer, Deus qui nos beati, Georgii. S^ee 23d April, 



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JANUARY has 31 Days, 

1 Tues. CIRCUMCISION OF OUR LORD, dof2dcl. Cr 

(till the Oct of the Epiph inclusively); Pref ofXmas (till the 
Epiph). White, V (2d) of the Feast, com of the Oct of 
St Stephen only, Plen Indulg. 

2 Wedn. Octave of St Stephen, Proto-M, d. Red. 

3 Thurs. Octave of St John, Ap and Evan, d ; Pref of App. 

White, 

4 Frid. Octave of Holy Innocents, d. Red, Abstin. 

5 Sat. Figil. Octave of St Thomas, MB, d. Red, 

6 SUNDAY. (Vacant) EPIPHANY OF OUR LORD, d of 

Ist cl, with an Octave ; prop Pref during the Oct White 
V (2d) of the Feast. Plen InduL 



7 Mond. of the Oct, lem; 2d Prayer of BVM (Dttuqm talu- 

lit) ; 3d for the Church {EccUsub), or the Pope {Deiu om- 
nium). White, 

8 Tues. of the Oct, sem. Pre as yeiterday. WIUU. 

9 Wedn. of the Oct, sem. Pre as 7th. White. 

10 Thurs. of the Oct, sem. Prs a« 7th. White. 

11 Frid. of the Oct, sem ; com of St Hyginus, PM; 3d Pr of 

BVM. White. Abst. 

12 Sat. Mass of Sunday within the Oct, sem; com of Oct. 

White. 

13 SUNDAY. (Vacant.) Oct of the Eniph, d. White. V 

(2d) of the Oct, com of the following (0 Doctor), and of St 
Felix, M. 

14 Mond. St Hilary, BCD, d. Or. White. 

15 Tues. St Paul, 1st Hermit, C, d. White. 

16 Wedn. Mass of the 2d after the Epiph ; 2d Pr. for the Dead 

iFtdeUum) ; 3d of BVM. Green. 

17 Thurs. St Anthony, Abb C, d. White. 

18 Frid. St Peter's Chair at Rome, gr d. Cr. Pref of App. 

White. Abst. 

19 Sat. St Wolstan, BC, d. White. 

20 SEPTUAGESIM A SUNDAY, sem. Prs as on 7th. Vitdei. 

V (1st) of the following. Com of the Sunday. BetL. 

N.B. Plen Indulg for H Name Jesus. 

21 Mond. St Agnes, VM, d. Red, 

22 Tues. SS Vincent and Anastasius, MM, sem. Prs as 7th* 

Red. 

23 Wedn. The Espousals of BVM, gr d. Cr. Pref of BVM. 

White. Plen Indul. 

24 Thurs. St Timothy, BM, d. Red. 

25 Frid. Prayer of Our Lord, gr d. Cr. Pref of the Cross. 

Red. Abst. Plen Indul. 

26 Sat. St Polycarp, BM, d. Red. 

27 SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY, sem. Prs as on 7th. Fiolet. 

V of the following. Com of Sunday only. White. 

28 Mond. The Holy Name of Jesus, d of 2d cl (2d Sunday after 

the Epiph.) Com of St Agnes, VM (2d time). Cr. Pref 
of Xmas. White. 

29 Tues. St Francis of Sales, BC, d. White. 

30 Wedn. St Martina, VM, d. Red. 

31 Thurs. St Peter Nolasco, C, d. White. 

FEBRUARY has 29 Days. 

1 Frid. The Passion of Our Lord, gr d. Cr. Pref of the 

Cross. Red. Abst. 

N.B. Pkn Indulg. 

2 Sat. (FD). The Purj^icawok of BVM, d of 2d cl. Cr, 



Pref of Xnias. White. Afler Comi^in, the Ave Medina 
until Maundy Thursday exclusive. Plen Indulg. 

3 QUINQUAGESIMA SUNDAY, sem. Com of St Mase, 

BM. 3d Pr A cunctis, FioleL V (Ist) of the following 
(in Hymn Meruit supremos). Com of Sunday White, 

4 Mond. St Andrew Corsini, BC, d« White, 

5 Tues. St Agatha, VM, d. Red. 

6*A8h-Wedn. Feria. Com of St Dorothy, VM, 3d Pr ^ 
cunctis, Pref. Qui corporali jejunio (until Passion Sun- 
day, except when otherwise directed). Violet, FAST. 
Complin (tohite), 
KB. The Fast of Lent is to be continued until Easter on 
aU days except Sundays^ on which Abstinence Is to be ob- 
served, unless Dispensation to the contrary be granted by 
the Bishops. 

7 Thurs. St Romuald, Abb C, d. Com and last Gospel of the 

Feria. White. Complin {red), 
KB. On eiU Festivals a commemoration of the Feria is 
made, and its Gospel is read at the end of Mass. 

8 Frid. The Crown of Thorns of Our Lord, gr d. Cr. Pref 

of the Cross. Red. 

N.B. Plen Indulg. 

9 Sat. The Conversion of St Paul, Ap, gr d (Jan 25} ; 4th Pr, 

com of St ApoUonia, VM. Cr. PrefofApp. White 

€^t itdrulgenee 'btqiw. 

10 SUNDAY, 1st of Lent, sem. Fiolet. V (Ist) of the follow- 

ing, com of Sunday {red). 

11 Mond. SS Fabian and Sebastian, MM, d (20th Jan). Red. 

Complin (white). 

12 Tues. St John Chrysostome, BCD, d (27th Jan). Cr. 

White. Complin (red). 

13 Ember-Wedn. St Ignatius,BM, d (1st Feb). Red. Complin 

(white). 

14 Thurs. St Titus, BC, d (6th Feb.) ; 3d Pr of St Valentme, 

M. White, Complin (red). 

15 JEmber'-Frid, The Lance and Nails of Our Lord, gr d; 

3d Pr of SS Faustinus, &c., MM. Cr. Pref of the Cross. 
Red. 

N.B. Plen Indulg. 

16 EmberSai. St John of Matha, C, d (8th Feb). WhUe. 

17 SUNDAY, 2d of Lent, sem. Fiolet. V (1st) of the fol- 

lowing, com of Sunday and St Simeon, BM. White. 

€it Iitlmlgence entr^. 

18 Mond. St Scholastica, V, d (10th Feb) ; 3d Pr. of St. Simeon, 

BM. White. 

I ■■ I ■ ■— .^^»*li^^^— ^^— ^^W— PW^l^l— ^HM^^^— ^^w^ 

• The time for complying with the Obligation of Paschax Com- 
MUNiON commences on Ash- Wednesday, and continues till Low 
Sunday, incltuively. 



19 Tues. St Marcellus, PM, tem (16th Jan). 3d Pr A cunctu. 

Red. Complin {white), 

20 Wedn. St Raymund of Pennafort, C, Bern (28th Jan al 23) ; 

3d Pr >^ cunctu. While, 

21 Thurs. Feria. Violet. Complin {red). 

22 Frid. The Holy Winding-sheet of Our Lord, gr d. Cr. 

Pref of the Cross. Red, 

N.B. Plen Indulg. 

23 Sat. St Peter Damian, BCD, d. Cr. White. 

24 SUNDAY. 3d of Lent, sem. VioUt. V (Ist) of the follow- 

ing, com of Sunday {red^. 

25 Mond. (FD) St Matthias, Ap, d of 2d cl. Cr. Pref 

of App. Red, 

26 Tues. St Peter's Chair at Antioch, gr d (22d Feb). Cr. 

Pref. of App. White, 

27 Wedn. Feria. Violet. 

28 Thurs. Feria. Violet. Complin {red). 

29 Frid. The Five Sacred Wounds of Our Lord, gr d ; Cr, Pref 

of the Cross. Red. Plen Indulg. 



MARCH has 31 Days. 

1 Sat. St David, BC, d. White. 

2 SUNDAY, 4th of Lent, sem. Violet. V (1st) of the fol- 

lowing, com of Sunday (while). 

3 Mond. St Chad, BC, d (yesty). White. (In D of Bev. 

Plen Indulg.) 

4 Tues. St Casimir, C, sem ; 3d Pr, com of St Lucius, PM. White, 
6 Wedn. Feria. Violet ^ 

6 Thurs. Feria. Violet. 

7 Frid. The Most Precious Blood of Our Lord, gr d. 3d Pr, 

com of SS Perpetua, &c., MM. Cr. Pref of the Cross. 
Red. Plen Indulg. 

8 Sat. St Felix BC, d. White. (In D oi Northampton, Plen 

Indulg for 8 days.) 

9 PASSION SUNDAY, sem, 2d Pr for the . Church or the 

Pope. Pref of the Cross (till Maundy Thursday inclusive). 
Violet. V of Sunday, com of the following. 

10 Mond. The Forty Martyrs, sem; 3d Pr, as 2d (yesty). Red. 

11 Tues. St John of God, C, d. White. 

12 Wedn. St Gregory the Great, PCD, Ap of England, d of 2d 

cl. Cr. White, Plen Indulg. 

13 Thurs. St Thomas of Aquin, CD, d (7th). Cr. White. 

14 Frid. The Seven Dolours of BVM.gr d. Cr. PrefofBVM. 

White. Plen Indulg. 

15 Sat. St Frances, Wid, d (9th). Wliite. 

16 PALM SUNDAY, sem. VioUU V of Sunday. 

17 Mond. Feria. Violet. Plen Indulg for St Patrick, 



18 Tues. Feria. Violet. 

19 Wedn, Feria. Violet FD, on account of St Joseph. Pleu 

Indulg for 8 days in D of Southw; to-day only in DD of Liv 
and Hexh. 
NB. On this and the two nights following, The Office 
of TenebrcB (violet), 

20 Maundy, or Holy Thursday, d of Ist cl. Cr. White, 

(In the D of Hexh, Plen Indulg on account of St Cuthhert.) 

21 Good Friday, d of Ist cl. Black, 

22 Holy Saturday, d of Ist cl. Paschal Pref (till the Ascen- 

sion). fVhite, After Complin, Bigina cceli till Trinity 
Sunday exclusively. 

23 EASTER SUNDAY, d of 1st cl with an Octave; Cr, 

during the Oct. White. V of the Feast. Plen Indulg. 

24 Easter Monday, d of 1st cl. White. FD. 

25 Easter Tuesday, d. of 1st cl. White, FD. 

26 Wedn. Of the Oct, sem. 2d Pr (and on the three days fol- 

lowing), as on the 9th. White. 

27 Thurs. Of the Oct, sem. White. 

28 Frid. Of the Oct, sem. White. Abst. 

29 Sat. Of the Oct, sem. White. 

30 LOW SUNDAY, d. White, V (1st) of the following 

(Paschal Rite), com of Sunday. 

-31 Mond. The Annunciation of BVM, d of 2d cl (25th). Cr. 

Pref of BVM. White. 

' ■••■-■ 

APRIL has 30 Days. 

1 Tues. StJoseph,C, Spouse ofBVM,d of 2d cl (19th March). 
White. 
•»* In D of Hexham, St Cuthhert, BC, d of 1 cl (20th 
March). Cr. WUte^ 
■ 2 Wedn. St Fi^ancis of Paula, C, d. White. 

3 Thurs. St Richard, BC, d. White. 

4 Frid. St Isidore, BCD, d. Cr. White. Abst* 

5 Sat. St Vincent Ferrer, C, d. White. 

6 SUNDAY, 2d after Easter, sem. 2d Pr of BVM {Concede). 

3d Pr for the Church or the Pope. White. V (1st) of the 
following Com of Sunday. (In D of Hexh, V of the fol- 
lowing, no com») 

7 Mond. St Gabriel, Archangel, gr d (18th March); Cr. 

White. (In D of Hexh St Joseph, C, d of 2d cl. White.) 

8 Tues. St Patrick, BO, gr d (17th March). White. (In D 

of Hexh, St Gabriel,) 

9 Wedn. St Cuthhert, BC, d (i20th March). White, {Hexh, 

St Patrick, BC.) 
10 Thurs. St Benedict, Abb C, d (21st March). WHU. 



11 Frid. St Leo, PCD, d. Cr. Whiie. Abst- 

12 SaL Mats of the Immaculate Conception, sem. 2d Pr of 

the Holy Ghost; 3d, as on the 6th ; Pref of BVM. fFAUe. 

13*SUNDAY, 3d after Easter. The Patronage of St Joseph, 
d of 2d cl. White, V of the Feast, com of Sunday, the 
following, and SS Tibertius, &c, MM (ant FiluB Jerusalem^ 
T Fretiosa), 

NB. In D of Southw, Plen Indulg for 8 days, Liv and 
Hexhf to-day onfy. 

14 Mond. St Hermenegild, M, sem (ystdy) ; com of SS 'Hber- 

tius, &c, MM; 3d Pr of BVM. Bed. 

15 Tues. Feria. Prs as on the 6th. White. 

16 Wedn. Feria. Prs as on the 6th. White. 

17 Thurs. Of the Most Holy Sacrament, sem ; com of S Ani- 

cetus, PM ; 3d Pr of BVM ; Pref of Xmas. While. 

18 Frid. Feria. Prs as 6th. White. Abst. 

19 Sat. Of the Immaculate Conception, sem ; Prs and Pref as 

on the 12th. White, 

20 SUNDAY, 4th after Easter, sem ; 2d Pr of BVM ; 3d for the 

Church or the Pope. White, V (1st) of the following, 
O Doctor, com of Sunday. 

21 Mond. St Anselm, BCD, d. Cr. White, 

22 Tues. SS Soter and Caius, PPMM, sem ; Prs as 20th. Red. 

23 Wedn. (FD) St Georgf, M, Protector of England, d of 1st 

cl with an Octave ; Cr, during the Oct. Bed, Plen Indulg. 

24 Thurs. St Fidelis of Sigmaringa, M, d. Red, 

23 Frid. St Mark Evang, d of 2d cl ; Pref of App. Bed. 

LITANIES {violet). Abst. 
^2& Sat SS Qetus and Marcellinus, PPMM, sem; 3d Pr of 

BVM. Red, 

27 SUNDAY, 5th after East«r, sem; com of Oct. Red. V of 

Sunday, com of Oct and St Vitalis, M. 

28 Mond. Mass of the Rogation-day ; com of Oct and St Vitalis, 

M. Violet, LITANIJES. 

29 Tues. St Peter, M, d j' 3d Pr of the Rogation-day. Bed. 

LITANIES {violet), 

30 Wedn. Vigil, Octave-day of St George, M, d; com of Vig 

and Rogation-day ; last Gospel of Vig. Red. LITANIES 
{violet), 

MAY has 31 Days. 

1 Thurs. ASCENSION-DAY, d of Ist cl with an Octave; 
Cr and proper Pref during the Oct. White, V of the 
Feast, com of the following, O Doctor. Plen Indulg, and in 
lyjy of Liv and Hexh during the Oct. 

* On this, and sll other Sundays having this mark * prefixed^ a 
commemoration of the Sunday is made, and its Gospel read at the end 
of 14a8s, m place of that of St John. 



2 Frid. St Athanasius, BCD, d ; com of Oct. White, Abst. 

3 Sat. (FD) The Finding op thb Holy Cross, d of 2d el ; 

com (in Low Mass) of SS Alexander, &rc, M M., Pref of the 
Cross. Red, {In DD of Liv axid Hexh, Plen Indulg.) 

4*SUNDAY, within the Oct, St Monica, Wid, d ; 3d Pr, com 
of Oct. White, V (2d) of the Feast to the Chapter; then 
(1st) of the following, com of St Monica, Sunday and the 
Oct. 

5 Mond. St Catherine of Sienna V, d ; com of the Oct. White. 

6 Tues. St John at the Latin Gate, gr d ; com of the Oct ; 

Pref of App. Red, 

7 Wedn. St Stanislaus, BM, d ; com of Oct Red. 

8 Thurs. Octave-day of the Ascens, d. White, 

9 Frid. St Gregory Nazianzen, CPD, d ; com of Feria (from 

last Sunday's ^lass) ; Cr. Pref of Ascens. White, Abst. 

10 Sat. Whitsun-Eve ; Pref pr (and during the ensuing week). 

Red, FAST. 

C)e Iitlmlgeitte ht^ixok, 

11 WHITSUNDAY, or PENTECOST, d of 1st cl, with an 

Octave. Red, V of the Feast. 

12 WuiT Monday, d of 1st cl ; Cr during the week. Red, (FD.) 

13 Whitl Tuesday, d of 1st cl. Red, (FD.) 

14 Ember Wedn. Of the Oct, sem ; com of St Boniface, M. 

Red, FAST. 

15 Thurs. Of the Oct, sem ; 2d Pr for the Church or the Pope. 

Red. 

16 Ember-Frid. Of the Oct, sem j 2d Pr as yesty. Red. FAST. 

17 Ember-Sat. Of the Oct, sem; 2d Pras 15th. Red, FAST. 

From the V of this day, until Advent, the Salve Regitia is 
said. 

18»TRINITY SUNDAY, d of 2d cUf White, V of the Feast, 
com of the following, of Sunday, and St Pudentiana V. 

19 Mond. St Dunstan, BC, d. White, 

20 Tues. St Bemardine, C, sem ; 2d Pr -^ cunctis. White. 

21 Wedn. St Peter Celestine, PC, d. White. 

22 Thurs. CORPUS CHRISTI, d of 1st cl with an Octave; Cr 

and Pref of Xmas during the Oct. White. V of the Feast, 
com of the following. Plen Indulg. 

23 Frid. SS Philip and James, App, d of 2d cl (Ist May) ; com 

of Oct. Pref of App. Red, Abst. 

24 Sat. BV W " Help of Christians," gr d (Shrewsb, d of Ist cl); 

com of Oct, Pref of BVM. White, Plen Indulg. 

25*SUNDAY, 2d after Pentec, St Aldhelm, BC, d ; 3d Pr of 
the Oct {Shr 4th of BVM); 4th {Shr, 5th) of St Urban, 



f On this day a collection is made in all the churches and chapels 
of the Diocese oi Westminster^ for the BuikUng qfCkmtches, Sfc, 



PM . White. V (let) of the following, com of St Aldhdm 
and of the Oct of CC only, 

26 Mund. St Augustine, BC, Apostle of England, d of 2d el 

with an Octave ; com of Oct and (in Low Mass) of St Eleu- 
therius, PM. White. (In DD of Westm, South, Liv, and 
Hex. Plen Indulg.) 

27 Tues. St Philip Neri, C, d ; com of Octs of CC and (Shr, 

BVM, and) St Augustine; also com of St John, PM. White. 

28 Wedn. St Gregory VII, PC, d: com. of 2 (Shr 3) Octs. 

White. 

29 Thurs. Octave-day of CC, d ; com of Oct of (-^Ar BVM, and) 

St Aug. White. 

€it Intrutgence etOVd. 

30 Frid. The Apparition of St Michael, gr d (8th May) ; com 

of Oct of (Shr BVM, with her Pref and) St Augustine; like- 
wise com of St Felix, PM ; Or. White. Abst. 

31 Sat. St AntoninuS) BC, d (10th May) ; com of Oct and of 

St Petronilla, V; Cc H'hite. (In D Shrews; Octave of 
BVM, d ; Cr. Pref of BVM.) 

JUNE has 30 Days. 

l*SUNDAy, 3d after Pent.f The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, 
gr, d; 3d Pr of the Oct; Pref of the Cross. White. V of 
the Feast, com of Oct (from 1st V), Sunday, and SS Mar- 
cellinus, &c, MM. Plen Indulg. 

2 Mond. Octave-day of St Augustine, BC, d ; Cr. White, 

3 Tues. St Mary Magdalene of Pazzi, V, d. White. 

4 Wedn. St Francis Caracciolo, C, d. White. 

5 Thurs. St Boniface, BM, d ; Mass, Statuit. Red. 

6 Frid. St Norhert, BC, d. White. Ahst. 

7 Sat. St Pius 5th, PC, d (llth May). White. {Shr St An- 

toninus, BC, d, 10th May). 

8»SUNDAY, 4th after Pentec, St William, BC, d. White. 
V (2d) of the Feast to the Chapter ; then (1st) of the fol- 
lowing, com of St Williaha, Sunday, and SS Primus, &c, 
MM {red). (In D oi Bev. Plen Indulg. In D of S^r at 
V, in hymn. Meruit supremos, rest as ahove white.) 

9 Mond. St John Nepomucen, M, d (16th May); com of SS 
Primus, &c, MM. Red. (Shr, St Pius 5th PC, d, white.) 

10 Tues. St Margaret, Wid, sem ; 2d Pr -4 cunctis. White. 

11 Wedn. St Barnahas, Ap, gr d ; Cr. PrefofApp. Red. 

12 Thurg. St John k Facundo, C, d. White. 

13 Frid. St Anthony of Padua, 0, d. White. Abst. 

14 Sat. St Basil, BCD, d ; Cr. White. 



f On this day a collection is made in all churches and chapels in 
aid of the funds of the Poor School Committee. A Plenary Indulgence 
may be gained, within eight days, by all contributors. 



15 SUNDAY, 5th after Pentec, sem; com of SS Vitus, &c, 

MM, 3d Pr A cunctis. Green. V (ist) of the following 
(in hymn, Meruii supfemoa), com of Sunday {white), 
(Shr, omit Mer n^) red), 

16 Mond. St Paschal Baylon, C, d (17th May). fVAiie, {Shr, 

St John Nepom, M, d (16th May), (red), 

17 Tues. St Venantius, M, d (18th May); 2d Pr for the Pope 

(anniv of His Holiness's Election). Red. {Shf, St Paschal 
Bahylon, C, d, white). 

18 Wed. SS Nereus, &c, MM, sem (12th May) ; com of SS 

Mark, &c, MM ; 3d Pr y^ cunctis. Red. (Sht, St Venan- 
tius, M, d; com of SS Mark, &c.) 

19 Thurs. St Juliana Falconieri, V, d. Tfhite. 

20 Frid. St Ubaldus, BC, sem (22 al 16th May) ; Com of St 

Silverius, PM ; 3d Pr ^ cunctia. White, Abst. {Shr, 
SS Nereus, &c, MM, sem, red), 
2\ Sat. St Aloysius, C, d ; 2d Pr for the Pope (anniv of Hib 
Holiness's Coronation). White^ 

22»SUNDAY, 6th after Pentec, St Alban Proto-M, of Britain, 
gr d ; 3d Pr of St Paulinus, BC. Red. V (2d) of the 
Feast; com of Sunday {Shr, and the following). 

23 Mond. Vigil. 2d Pr for the Dead (Fidelium) ; 3d of BVM. 

Violet. \Shrf St Ubaldus, BC, sem ; com and last Gospel 
of Vig ; 3d Pr ^ cunctis (white). 

24 Tues. (FD) The Nativity of St. John the Baptist, d of 

1st cl, with an Octave. tVhite. (In DD Iav and Hex 
Plen Indulg.) 

25 Wedn. St William, Abb, C, d. WJiite. 

26 Thurs. SS John and Paul, MM, d. Red. 

27 Frid. Of the Oct, sem ; 2d Pr of BVM ; 3d for the Church 

or the Pope. White, Abst. 

28 Sat. Vigil. St Leo, 2d PC, sem ; 3cl Vt and last tiosp of 

Vig. White. FAST. 

Cl^e lv^M\%mtt iiegittft. 

29»SUNDAy, 7th after Pent. SS PETER and PAUL, App, 
d of 1st cl, with an Octave ; Cr and Pref of App daring the 
Oct. Red. V (2d) of the Feast ; com of Sunday only. 

30 Mond. Commemoration of St Paul, Ap, d. ^ed, 

JULY has 31 days. 

1 Tues. Octave-day of St John the Baptist, d« White, 

2 Wedn. Visitation of BVM, d of 2 cU Com ofSS Processus, 

&c, MM wily. Pref of BVM. White. Plen Indulg. 

3 Thurs. Of the Oct of the App, sem ; Prs as 27 June (also on 

two following days). Hed. 

4 Frid. Of the Oct, sem. Red. Abst. 

5 Sat. Of the Oct, sem. Red, 

6*SUNDAY, 8th after Pent, Octave-dag cf the Jpp. The 
Most Precious Blood of Our Lord, d of 2d cl j com of Oct ; 

a2 d 



Pref of the Grots. Red. V of the Feast, com of the foBow- 
ing of the Oct and Sunday. Plen Induig. 

N.B. In the D of Southw; 4th Pr in Mass for the Bp. 

die iidmlgntce eiM* 

7 Mond. Translation of St Thomas, BM, gr d. Red. 

8 Tues. St Eliiabeth, Wid, sem ; 2d Pr A cunciu. White. 

9 Wedn. Feria; 2d Pr for the Dead; 3d A cunctis. Green. 
10 Thurs. The Seven Brothers, MM, sem ; 2d Pr yf cunctis. Red 
n Frid. St Pius, 1st PM; 2d Pr asyestdy. Red. Abst. 

12 Sat. St John Gualhert, Abb, C, d. White, 

13 SUNDAY, 9th after Pentec, sem ; 2d Pr y^ ametit. Green. 

V (1st) of the following (atMagnif, O Doctor), com of Sun- 
day {white). 

14 Mond. St Bonarenture, BCD, d ; Cr. White. 

15 Tues. St Swithin, BC, d. White. 

16 Wedn. BVM of Mount Carmel, gr d ; Cr, Pref of BVM. 

White, Plen Induig. (In D of Salf, d of 1st cl, with an 
Octave ; Cr. Pref of BVM, and com of Oct, daily.) 

1 7 Thurs. St Osmund, BC, d. White. 

18 Frid. St Camillus, C, d. White. Ahst. 

19 Sat. St Vincent of Paul, C, d. White. 

20*SUNDAY, 10th after Pentec, St Jerome ^milian, C, d.; 3d 
Pr of St Margaret, VM. White. V (2d) of the Feast (in 
hymn, Meruit supremos), com of Sunday, the following, and 
St Praxedes V. 

21 Mond. St Henry, Emperor, C, sem ; ddPr^ct^nc^t^. White. 

22 Tues. St Mary Magdalen, d. White, 

23 Wedn. St Apollinaris, BM, d. Red. (Salf, Octave-day of 

BVM, d white.) 

24 Thurs. Viffil. St Alexius, C, sem ; com of Vig and St Chris- 

tina, VM ; last Gosp of Vig. White. 

25 Frid. (FD) St James, Ap, d of 2d cl ; Cr, Pref of App. 

Red. Abst. {Salf, 3d Pr for the Bishop.) 

26 Sat. (FD), St Annb, Mother of BVM, gr d. White. (In 

DD of Ztv and Hexh Plen Induig.) 

27*SUNDAY, 11th after Pentec, sem; com ofStPantaleon, M; 
3d Pr /< cunctis {Shr, 4th Pr for the Bishop). Green. V of 
the Sunday, comof the following; Suffrages. (Salf, •SUN- 
DAY. ... St Apollinaris, BM, d (23d) ; 3d Pr, com of St 
Pantaleon, M. Red, V (2d) of the Feast, com of Sunday, 
and the following.) 

28 Mond. SS Nazarius, &c, MM, sem ; 2d Pr >^ cunctis. Red, 

29 Tues. St Martha V, sem ; com of SS Felix, &c, MM ; 3d Pr 

A cunctis. White, 

30 Wedn. St Anacletus, PM, sem (I3th); com of SS Abdon, 

&c, MM; 3d Pr ^ cunctis. Red. 

31 Thurs, St Ignatius of Loyola, C, d. White. 



AUGUST has 81 day*. 

1 Frid. St Peter's Chains, gt d ; Cr, Pref of App. White. 

Abst. 

2 Sat. St Alphonsus Mary Liguori, BC, d ; com of St 

Stephen, PM. White, 

3 SUNDAY, 12th after Pent, sem ; 2d Pr -rf cunetls. Green. 

V (I St) of following (in hymn, Meruit etipremoe), com of 
Sunday (white), 

4 Mond. St Dominic, C, d. White. 

5 Tues. BVM, ad Nives, gr d ; Cr. Pref of BVM. White. 

Plen Indulg. 

6 Wedn. The Transfiguration of Our Lord, gr d ; Cr. Pref of 

Xmas. White. Plen Indulg. 

7 Thurs. St Cajelan C, d. White. 

8 Frid. SSCyriacus, &c, MM, sem; 2d Pr, A cunctis. Red. 

Abst. 

9 Sat. FigU. The Finding of St Stephen, Proto-M, sem (3d) ; 

com of Vig and St Romanus, M ; last Gospel of Vig. Red. 

Clfte Inlrulgence ftrgind. 

10*SUNDAY, 13th after Pentec. St Laurence M, d of 2 cl with 
an Octave. Red, V (2d) of the Feast, com of Sunday 
and SS Tiburtius, &c, MM. 

11 Mond. of the Oct, sem; 3d Pr of BVM. Red. 

12 Tues. St Qare, V, d. White. 

13 Wedn. Of the Oct, sem; 3d Pr, as on the 11th. Red. 

14 Thurs. Mass of the Vigil. Violet. FAST. 

15 Frid. ASSUMPTION of BVM, d of 1st cl with an Octave { 

Cr and Pref of BVM (daily). White. V (2d) of the 
Feast^ com of the following. Plen Indulg. Abst. 

16 Sat. St Hyacinth, C, d. White. 

17*SUNDAY, 14th after Pentec, Octave-day of St I^urence, 
M^ d ; 3d Pr, com of the Assumpt. Red. V of the follow- 
ing (in hynm. Meruit supremos), com of St Laurence, of 
Sunday, the Assumpt, and St Agapitus, M (white). (In DD 
of Liv and Hexh Plen Indulg for St Joachim.) 

18 Mond. St Joachim, Father of BVM, gr d (yestdy), com of 

Oct and St. White, 

19 Tues. Of the Oct, sem; 2d Pr of the Holy Ghost; 3d for 

the Church or the Pope. White. 

20 Wedn. St Bernard, CD, d. White. 

21 Thurs. St Jane Frances de Chantal, Wid, d. White. 

22 Frid. Octave-day of the Assumpt, d. White. Abst. 

Cl^e Intrulgence m^n. 

23 Sat. Figil. St Philip Benitius, C, d ; com and last Gosp of 

Vig. White. 
24*SUNDAY, 15th after Pentec, St Bartholomew, Ap, d of 
2d cl ; Pref of Apo. Red. V (2d) of the Feast, com of 
Sunday and the following. 



26 Mond. St Louii, KC, iem ; 2dFr A ctmcttM, White. 

26 Tues. St Zephyrinus, PM ; 2d Pr for the Dead ; 3d A atmetis. 

Red. 

27 Wedn. St Joseph Calasanctius, C, d. WhHe» 

28 Thurs. St Augustine, BCD, d ; Cr. White, 

29 Frid. Decollation of St John the Baptist, gr d. Red, AhsU 

30 Sat. St Rose of Lima, V, d. White, 

31»SUNDAy, 16th after Pentee, St Aidan, BC, d. JFkiU. 
y (2d) of the Feast to the Chapter, then (1st) of the follow- 
ing (in hymn, Meruit supremoe), com of St Aidan, of Sun- 
day, St jBgidius C (ant, Eupe serve bone , , , v, Os justi), 
and the 12 Brothers, MM. (In DD of Liv and Hexk 
Plen Indulg.) 



SEPTEMBER has 30 days. 

1 Mond. St Raymund Nonnatus, C, d. White. 

2 Tues. St Stephen, KC, sem ; A cunctis. White. 

3 Wedn. Feria ; 2d Pr for the Dead ; 3d A cunctis. Green, 

4 Thurs. Of the B Sacrament, sem ; A cunctis. Pref of Xmas. 

White. (In the D of Hexh, Translation of St Cuthbert, BC, 
gr d, Plen Indulg.) 

5 Frid. St Laurence Justinian, BC, sem; A cunctie. White, 

Abst. 

6 Sat. Of the Immaculate Conception, sem ; 2d Pr of the Holy 

Gliost; 3d for the Church or the Pope; Pref of BVM. 
White. 

7 SUNDAY, 17th after Pentee, sem ; A cunctis. Green. V 

(Ist) of the following, without com (white). 

8 Mond. (FD) Nativity of BVNf, d of 2d cl, with an Oc- 

tave ; Cr and Pref of BVM daily. White. Plen Indulg. 

9 Tues. Of the Oct, sem; com of St, 3d Pr of the Holy Ghost. 

White. 

10 Wedn. St Nicholas of Tolentum, C, d. White. 

11 Thurs. Of the Oct, sem; com of the SS; 3d Pr of the Holy 

Ghost. White. 

12 Frid. Of the Oct, sem ; Prs as on 7th. White. Abst. 

13 Sat. Of the Oct, sem; Prs as on 7th. White. 

14*SUNDAY, 18th after Pentee. The Exaltation of the Holy 
Cross, gr d ; 3d Pr, com of Oct. Pref of the Cross. Rea. 
V (2d) of the Feast, com of Oct (from 1st V), Sunday, and 
St Nicomedes M. 

15 Moud. Octave-day'of the Nativity of BVM, d. White. 

16 Tues. SS Cornelius and Cyprian, BBMM, sem; com of SS; 

3d Pr A cunctis. 'Red. 

17 Emher-Vledn. Stigmata of St Francis, C, d; com and last 

Gospel of Emb-day. White. FAST. _I_ 

18 Thurs. St Joseph of Cupertino, C, d. White. 

19 Ember-Ynd. SS Januarius, &c, MM, d; com and last Gospel 

of Emb-day. Red. FAST. 



20 Ember-Sat, SS Eustachius, &c, MM^ d; com of Emb-day and 
Vigil; last Gospel of Emb-^ay. Bed. FAST. 

21»SUNDAY, 19th after Pentec, St Matthew, Ad and Evang, 
d of 2 cl ; Pref of App. Red. V (2d) of the Feast, com 
of the following, of Sunday, and SS Maurice, &rc, MM. 

22 Mond. St Thomas of Villanova, BC, d. White. 

23 Tues. St Linus, PM, sem; com of St; 3d Pr Acunctis. Red. 

24 Wedn. BVM of Mercy, gr d ; Cr, and Pref of B VM (also to- 

morrow). White, Plen Indulg. 

25 Thurs. The name of BVM, gr d (from Sunday within Oct of 

her Nativ). White, 

26 Frid. SS Cyprian, &c, MM, A cunctit. Red, Abst. 

27 Sat. SS Cosmas and Damian, MM, sem ; A cunctis. Red, 

Ctie inirulgence ttqim. 

28»SI}NDAy, 23th after Pentec. The Dolours of BVM, gr d 
(3d Sunday in Sept); Pref of BVM. White. V (1st) of 
the following, com of the Dolours only, Plen Indulg. 

29 Mond. (FD) St Michael, Archang, dof 2dcl; Cr. White. 

(In DD of Westm, Bev, Liv, Nhampt^ Newp, Birm, and 
Hexh; 2d Pr for the Bishop. In DD Liu and Rexh, 
Plen Indulg.) 

30 Tues. St Jerome, CD, d; Cr. White. 

OCTOBER has 31 Days. 

1 Wedn. St Remigius, BC, sem ; A cunctis. White, 

2 Thurs. Our Guardian Angels, d; Cr. White. (In DD 

Liv and Hexh Plen Indulg.) 

3 Frid. St Thomas of Hereford, BC, d. White, Abst. 

4 Sat. St Francis, C, d. White, 

5*SUNDAY, 21st after Pentec. The Most Holy Rosary of 
BVM, gr d ; 3d Pr, com of SS Placidus, &c, MM ; Pref of 
BVM. White, V of the Feast ; com of the following, and 
Sunday. Plen Indulg. 

Cl^e inlrulgenee entrs. 

6 Mond. St Bruno, C, d. White, 

7 Tues. St Wenceslaus, M, sem (28th Sept) ; com of St Mark, 

PC, and of SS Sergius, &c, MM. Red. 

8 Wedn. St Bridget, Wid, d. White. 

9 Thurs. SS Dionysius, &c, MM, sem ; A cunctis. Red, 

10 Frid. St Paulinus, BC, d. White. Abst. (In D of Bev 

Plen Indulg.) 

11 Sat. St Francis Borgia, C, sem ; A cunctis. White. 

12*SUNDAY, 22d after Pentec. The Maternity of BVM, gr d ; 
Pref of BVM. White. V (1 st) of the following (in hymn. 
Meruit supremos) ^ com of the Maternity only, Plen Indulg. 

13 Mond. St Edward, KC, d of 2 cl, with an Octave. White. 

(In D oiLiv Plen Indulg.) 

14 Tues. St CaUistus, PM, d. Red. 



L 



25 Mond. St Louis, KC, wm; 2d Pr ^ cumttu. Wkiie. 

26 TueB. St Zephyiinusy PM ; 2d Pr for the Dead ; 3d A eunetU. 

Red. 

27 Wedn. St Joseph Calasanctiiis, C, d. White. 

28 Than. St Augustine, BCD, d ; Cr. WkUe. 

29 Frid. Decollation of St John the Baptist, gr d. Bed, Abst. 

30 Sat. St Rose of Lima, V, d. White. 

31*SUNDAY, 16th after Pentec, St Aidan, BC, d. White. 
y (2d) of the Feast to the Chapter, then (1st) of the follow- 
ing (in hymn. Meruit supremos), com of St Aidan, of Sun- 
day, St ^gidius C (ant, Euge serve hone . . . v, 0< justi), 
and the 12 Brothers, MM. (In DD of Liv and Bexh 
Plen Indulg.) 

SEPTEMBER has 30 days. 

1 Mond. St Raymund Nonnatus, C, d. White, 

2 Tues. St Stephen, KC, sem ; A cunctis. White. 

3 Wedn. Feria; 2d Pr for the Dead; Z^A cunctis. Green. 

4 Thurs. Of the B Sacrament, sem ; A cunctis. Pref of Xmas. 

miite. (In the D of Hexh, Translation of St Cuthbert, BC, 
gr d, Plen Indulg.) 

5 Frid. St Laurence Justinian, BC, sem; A cunctis. White. 

Abst. 

6 Sat. Of the Immaculate Conception, sem; 2d Pr of the Holy 

Ghost; 3d for the Church or the Pope; Pref of BVM. 
White. 

7 SUNDAY, 17th after Pentec, sem ; A cunctis. Green. V 

(Ist) of the following, without com (tohite). 

8 Mond. (FD) Nativity of BVM, d of 2d cl, with an Oc- 

tave ; Cr and Pref of BVM daily. White. Plen Indulg, 

9 Tues. Of the Oct, sem ; com of St, 3d Pr of the Holy Ghost. 

White. 

10 Wedn. St Nicholas of Tolentum, C, d. White. 

11 Thurs. Of the Oct, sem; com of the SS; 3d Prof the Holy 

Ghost. White. 

12 Frid. Of the Oct, sem; Prs as on 7th. White. Abst. 

13 Sat. Of the Oct, sem; Prs as on 7th. White. 

14*SUNDAY, 18th after Pentec. The Exaltation of the Holy 
Cross, gr d ; 3d Pr, com of Oct. Pref of the Cross. Rea. 
V (2d) of the Feast, com of Oct (from 1st V), Sunday, and 
St Nicomedes M. 

15 Mond. Octave-day'of the Nativity of BVM, d. White. 

16 Tues. SS Cornelius and Cyprian, BBMM, sem; com of SS; 

3d Pr A cunctis. -Red. 

17 Emher-Wedn, Stigmata of St Francis, C, d; com and last 

Gospel of Emb-day. White. FAST. «_!_' 

18 Thurs. St Joseph of Cupertino, C, d. White. 

19 Ember'Frid. SS Januarius, &c, MM, d ; com and last Gospel 
of Emb-day. Red. FAST. 



20 Ember-Stit SS Eustachius, &c, MM, d; com of Emb-day and 
Vigil ; last Gospel of Emb-day. Red. FAST. 

21»SUNDAY, 19th after Pentec, St Matthew, Ap and Evang, 
d of 2 cl ; Pref of App. Red. V (2d) of the Feast, com 
of the following, of Sunday, and SS Maurice, &c, MM. 

22 Mond. St Thomas of Villanova, BC, d. White. 

23 Tues. St Linus, PM, sem ; com of St; 3d Pr Acunctis, Red. 

24 Wedn. BVM of Mercy, gr d; Cr, and Pref of BVM (also to- 

morrow). White, Plen Indulg. 

25 Thurs. The name of BVM, gr d (from Sunday within Oct of 

her Nativ). White. 

26 Frid. SS Cyprian, &c, MM, A cunctis. Red. Abat. 

27 Sat. SS Cosmas and Damian, MM, sem ; A cunctis. Red. 

28»SUNDAY, 23th after Pentec. The Dolours of BVM, gr d 
(3d Sunday in Sept); Pref of BVM. White. V (1st) of 
the following, com of the Dolours onl^, Plen Indulg. 

29 Mond. (FD) St Michael, Archang, dof 2dcl; Cr. White. 

(In DD of Westm, Bev, Liv, Nhatnptf Newp^ Birm, and 
Hexh; 2d Pr for the Bishop. In DD Liix and Rexh. 
Plen Indulg.) 

30 Tues. St Jerome, CD, d; Cr. White. 

OCTOBER has 31 Days. 

1 Wedn. St Remigius, BC, sem ; A cunctis. ' White. 

2 Thurs. Our Guardian Angels, d; Cr. White. (In DU 

Liv and Hexh Plen Indulg.) 

3 Frid. St Thomas of Hereford, BC, d. White. Abst. 

4 Sat. St Francis, C, d. White. 

5*SUNDAY, 2l8t after Pentec. The Most Holy Rosary of 
BVM, gr d ; 3d Pr, com of SS Placidus, &c, MM ; Pref of 
BVM. White. V of the Feast ; com of the following, and 
Simday. Plen Indulg. 

Cie inDruIgenee enlTd. 

.6 Mond. St Bruno, C, d. White. 

7 Tues. St Wenceslaus, M, sem (28th Sept) ; com of St Mark, 

PC, and of SS Sergius, &c, MM. Red. 

8 Wedn. St Bridget, Wid, d. White. 

9 Thurs. SS Dionysius, &c, MM, sem ; A cunctis. Red. 

10 Frid. St Paulinus, BC, d. White. Abst. (In D of Bev 

Plen Indulg.). 

11 Sat. St Francis Borgia, C, sem ; A cunctis. White. 

12*SUNDAY, 22d after Pentec. The Maternity of BVM, gr d ; 
Pref of BVM. White. V (1 st) of the following (in hymn. 
Meruit supremos), com of the Maternity only. Plen Indulg. 

13 Mond. St Edward, KC, d of 2 cl, with an Octave. White. 

(In D of Liv Plen Indulg.) 

14 Tues. St Callistus, PM, d. Red. 



15 Weiln. St Teren, V, d. WkUe. 

16 Thun. St Wafrid, BC, d (12th.) Whiie. 

1 7 Frid. St H«dwige8, Wid, sem ; 3d Pr of BY M. Whife. 

Abat. 

18 Sat. St Lake Evang, d of 2 d ; Cr, Prof of A|ip. Red. 

19»SUNDAY, 23d after Pcntec. The Purity of BVM, gr d; 
3d Pr, com of Oct ; Pref of BVxM. White. V of the Feast, 
com of Oct (from 1 V) and of Sunday. Plen Indulg. 

20 Mond. Octave-day of St Edward, KC, d. White. 

21 Tues. SS Ursula, &c, VVMM, gr d. Med. 

22 Wedn. St John Cantius, C, d. White. 

23 Thurs. Our Most Holy Redeemer, gr d; Cr, Pref of the 

Cross. White. Plen Indulg. 

24 Frid. St Raphael, Archang, gr d; Cr, White. Abst. 

25 Sat. St John of Beveriey, BC, d. White. (U D of Bev 

Plen Indulg.) 

Cte ittHuIgeitce legms. 

26*SUNDAY, 24th after Pentec (as 3d after Epiph). The 

Patronage of BVM, gr d; 3d Pr of St Evaristus, PM; Pref 

of BVM* White, V of the Feast, com of following and 

Sunday. Plen Indulg. 

NB. In the D of Beverley^ d of 1st cl, with an Octave ; 

omit com of St Evaristus; Cr and Pref of BVM 

daily. 

27 Mond. Vigil. St Peter of Alcantara, C, d (19th); com and 

last Gospel of Vig. White. 

28 Tues. (FD) SS Simon and Jude, App, d of 2d cl; Cr; Pref 

of App. Bed. 

29 Wedn. Venerable Bede, C, gr d. White. Plen Indulg. 

30 Thurs. Of the Most Holy Sacrament, sem ; A cunctit, Pref 

of Xmas. White. 

31 Frid. Vigil. 2d Pr for the Dead ; 3d of the Holy Ghost. 

Violet. FAST. 

■ ■ ■ ■ III », . ■ I 

NOVEMBER has 30 Days. 

1 Sat. ALL SAINTS, d of 1st cl, with an OcUve; Cr 

daily. White. 

2 SUNDAY, 25th after Pent (see 4th after Epiph), sem ; com 

of the Oct. White. V (1st) of St. Winifred, VM com of 
Sunday, and the Oct {red). After the V of the day, V of 
the Dead (black). 

%• InDofBev, • SUNDAY Octave of BVM, 

d ; 3d Pr of Oct. White. V 2d of the Feast, com of 
St Winifted, Sunday and All SS. Afterwards V of the 
Dead. 

FF. In the D oiShreweb, Mass and V of the Sunday ; 
com of All SS. V of the Dead. 

t In N WaleSf Mass of the Sunday, com of All SS. 
V of St Winifred without com. Omit V of the Dead. 



3 Mond. An SouU. Black. 

t In N Wales, St, Winifred, VM, d of Utcl; Cr. 
Red, la Y com of St Charles, BC only. Afterwards 
y of the Dead. Plen Indulg for the whole D of Skrewi. 

4 Tues. St Charles, BC, d. White, 

f In AT Wales, All Souls (black). 

5 Wedn. Of the Oct^ sem; 2d Pr of the Holy Ghost; 3d for 

the Church or the Pope. White, 

¥F. In the D of Shrewsb, St Winifred, VM, d of 2d 
cl ; no com (red), 
^ In N Walesy all as in General Directory. 

6 Thurs. Of the Oct, sem j 2d Pr of the Holy Ghost ; 3d for 

the Church or the Pope. White. 

7 Frid. Of the Oct, sem ; Prs as yesterday. White. Ahst. 

8 Sat. Octave-day of All SS, d. White, 

Cl^e inlrulgence enlra. 

9*SUNDAY, 26th after Pentec (5th after Epiph). Dedication 
of Our Saviour's Church, d ; 3d Pr of the St. White. V 
(2d) of the Feast, com of Sunday, the following and SS 
Tryphon, &c, MM. 

10 Mond. St Andrew Avellino C, sem ; 3d Pr, A tunctis. 

White. 

11 Tues. St Martin, BC, d. White. 

12 Wedn. St Martin, PM, sem; A cunetie. Red*, 

13 Tiuirs. St Didacus, C, sem ; A eunetis. White. 

14 Frid. St Erconwald, BC, d. White. Ahst, 

15 Sat. St Gertrude, V, d. White. 

16*SUNDAY, 27th after Pentec (6th after Epiph). St Edmund, 
BC, d. White. V (2d) of the Feast to the Chapter, then 
(1st) of the following, com of St Edmund and oi Sunday. 
(In D of Notts V (1st) of St Hugh, corns as ahove). 

17 Mond. St Hugh, BC, d. While. 

18 Tues. Dedication of the Churches of SS Peter and Paul, App, 

gr d ; Cr. White. 

19 Wedn. St Elizaheth, Wid, d. White. 

20 Thurs. St Edmund, KM, gr d. Red. 

21 Frid. The Presentation of BVM, gr d; Cr, Pref of BVM. 

White. Ahst. Plen Indulg. 

22 Sat. St Cecilia, VM, d. Bed. 

23»SUNDAY, 28th and last after Pentec. St Clement PM, d ; 
3d Pr of St Felicitus. Red, V (2d) of the Feast to the 
Chapter; then (1st) of the following (in hymn, Meruit ««- 
premos), com of St Clement, of Sunday and St Chrysogonus, 
M (white). 

24 Mond. St John of the Cross, G, d. WhiU. 

25 Toes. St Catherine, VM, d. Red. 

26 Wedn. St Felix, C, d. White, 



27 Thurs. St Gregory Thaumaturgus, BC, d. WAiie. 

28 Frid. Feria ; 2d Pr, for the Dead ; 3d A cunctU. Green. 

Abet. 

29 Sat. Figil. Com of S; 3dProfBVM. Fiolet. 

30 SUNDAY, Ist of Advent, sem ; 2d Pr of BVM (Deus qui 

de beata); 3d for the Church or the Pope. Fiolet, V 
(Ut) of the following, com of Sunday {red). 



DECEMBER has 31 Days. 

1 Mond. St Andrew, Ap, d of 2d el (yesterday) ; com of 

Feria, Cr, Pref of App. Red, 

NB. On all Festivals during Advent, a commemo- 
ration of the Feria is made from the Mass of the pre- 
ceding Sunday; or, if the Feria has a proper Mass, from 
such Mass. 

2 Tues. St Bibiana, VM, sem; 3d Pr of BVM. Red, 

3 Wedn. St Francis Xavier, C, d. White, FAST. 

4 Thurs. St Peter Chrysologus, BCD,d; 3d Pr, com of St Bar- 

bara, VM ; Cr. White. 

5 Frid. St Birinus, BC, d ; 3d Pr, com of St Sabbas C. White. 

FAST. 

6 Sat. St Nicholas, BC, d. White, 

7 SUNDAY, 2d of Advent, sem. Fiolet. V (Ist) of the fol- 

lowing, com of Sunday (white), 

8 Mond. (FD) The Immaculate Conception of BVM, d of 

2 cl (al 1) cl with an Octave; Cr and Pref of BVM during 
the Octave. White, 

NB. Plen Indulg (in DD of Liv, Hexhy Netop, and 
ShrewSf through the Octave). 

9 Tues, St Ambrose BCD, d (7th) ; com of Oct. White. 

10 Wedn. Of the Oct, sem; 3d Pr, com of St Melchiades, PM. 

White. FAST. 

1 1 Thurs. St Damasus, PC, sem ; com of Oct. White. 

12 Frid. Of the Oct, sem; 3d Pr of the Holy Ghost. White. 

FAST. 

13 Sat. St Lucy, VM, d; com of Oct. Red. 

14 SUNDAY, 3d of Adv6nt, sem ; com of Oct. Fiolet, V 

(1st) of the following, com of the Sunday (white). 

15 Mond. Octave-dav of the Immac Concept, d. White, 

16 Tues. St Eusebius, BM, sem ; 3d Pr of BVM. Red. 

17 Wedn. Mass of the Ember-day ; Prs as 30th Nov. Fiolet. 

FAST 

18 Thurs. The Expectation of BVM, gr d; Cr, Pref of BVM. 

White. Plen Indulg. 

19 Frid. Mass of the Ember-day : Prs as 30th Nov. . Fiolet, 

FAST. 



20 Sat. Vigil. Mass of the Ember- day i com of Vig ; 3d Pr of 

BVM. Violet. FAST. 

21 SUNDAY, 4th of Advent, sem; 2d Pr of BVM; 3d, for the 

Church or the Pope. Violet, V (Ist) of the following, com 
of Sunday, ant O Orient (red). 

22 Mond. St Thomas, Ap, d of 2 cl (yesterday) ; Cr, Pref of 

App. Bed. 

23 Tues. Feria; Mass and Prs as on Sunday, 21st inst. Violet, 

24 Wedn. Christmas-eve. Violet. FAST. 

€it Inlmlgente htqin%. 

25 Thurs. THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD, or CHRISTMAS 

DAY, d of 1st cl with an Octave, during which Cr and 
proper Preface. White. V (2d) of the Feast, com of fol- 
lowing. (Plen Indulg.) 

26 Frid. (FD) St Stephen, Proto-M, d of 2 cl with an Octave, 

Ited, Abst. 

27 Sat. (FD) St John, Ap and Evang, d of 2 cl with an Octave. 

White. 

28 SUNDAY within the Oct of Xmas (vacant). The Holy 

Innocents, MM, d of 2 cl with an Octave. Red. V (2d) 
of Xmas to the Chapter, then (1st) of the following, com of 
Holy Innocents and Xmas only. 
2D Mond. (FD). St Thomas, BM, d of 1 cl with an Octave. 
Med, (In the DD of Westm, Southw^ Livj and Hexh^ this 
day only : in the D of Nhampt during the Oct. Plen In- 
dulg.) 

30 Tues. Mass of the Sunday within the Oct of Xmas, sem. 

White. 

31 Wedn. St Silvester, PC, d. White. 

In the following year 1857, Easter Sunpay will fall on the 12th 
of April. 

iSIorta in eicelstis l9eo. 



Agreeably to the following Regulations : 



Jan. 6. Indulgence ends 

Feb. 10. ■ commences 



17. 
Mar. 16. 

80. 
May 11. 

29. 
June 29. 



ends 

commences 

ends 

commences 

ends 

commences 



July 6. Indulgence ends 
Aug. 10. 

22. 

Sept. 28. 

Oct. 5. 

26. 

Nov. 8. 

Dec. 25. 



commences 

ends 

commences 

ends 

commences 

ends 

oommeucea 



^lenar; 1En(«l0fnreft 

Granted to the Faitfrful m England and fVdkt, 

I. Christmas-day, and the twehe days following, to the day of the 
Epiphany, inclusiTely. 

II. The First Week of Lent, beghiiuttg with the first Sunday, and 
ending with the second Sunday, incliisiTely. 

III. Easter, t.«. from Palm-Sunday, incluslyely, to Low-Sunday, 
inclusively. 

IV. From Whit-Sunday, inclusively, to the end of the Octave of 
Corpus Christi. 

v. The Feast of SS. Peter and Paul, and during the Octave. 

VI. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of the 
Assumption of the B.Y. Mary, to the 22d day of August, inclusively. 
But if the Festival of the Assumption fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence 
begins on that day. 

VII. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of 
St. Michael, to the Sunday following, inclusively. But if the Festival 
of St Michael fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence begins on that day. 

VIII. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of 
All Saints, to the 8th day of November, inclusively. But if the Feast 
of All Saints fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence begrins on that day. 

The Conditions rflL^ IF,y and Fill, are, 
1. That the faithful confess their sins, with sincere repentance, to 
a priest approved by the Bishop. 2. That they worthily receive the 
Holy Communion. 3. That if their state and condition allow it, they 
give some alms to the poor, either on the eve or on the day of tlieir 
communion. 4. That, on the day of their communion, they offer 
some prayers to God, for the whole state of the Catholic Church 
throughout the world; for bringing back all straying souls to the 
fold of Christ; for the general peace of Christendom, and for the 
blessing of God upon this nation. 

The Conditions of I., IIL, VL, and VIL are^ 
1. That the faithful, confess their sins, with sincere repentance, to 
a priest approved by the Bishop. 2. That they worthily receive the 
Holy Communion. S. That they visit some Chapel or Oratory, where 
Mass is celebrated, and pray to God for the p6ace of His Church. 
4. That they be in readiness of mind to assist the poor with alms in 
proportion to their abilities, or to frequent catechism and sermons as 
often as they can do so without great inconvenience ; or to afford their 
assistance to the sick, or to such as are near their end, out of the 
motive of Christian charity. 

Note, — It is not required, for gaining these four Indulgences 
granted by Pope Benedict XIV.^ that these works of mercy, corporal 
or spiritual, or the assisting at catechism or sermons, be done on the 
same day with the commimion ; but only that persons be then in a 
disposition or readiness of mind to do these thmgs, or some of them at 
least, when they may have an opportunity. 

The Conditions of V, are^ 
1. That the faithful confess their sins, with sincere repentance, to 
a priest approved by the Bishop. 2. That they worthily receive the 
Holy Communion. 3* That for some space of time, they pnty to 
God, with a sincere heart, for the conversion of Infid^ and Heretics, 
and for the free propagation of the holy faith. 



®t]^er JPbiiarp ItOHuIgniceif ftr 1856. 

January. 
1 Tues. THE CIRCUMCISION. 

6 Sundaj. THE EPIPHANY. 

20 Sunday. For the Holy Name of Jesus. 
23 Wed. The Espousals of the B. V.M. 

25 Frid. Prayer of our Lord. 

February. 

1 Frid. Passion of our Lord. 

2 Sat. The Purification of the B.V.M. 
8 Frid. Crown of Thorns of our Lord. 

15 Frid. Lance and Nails of our Lord. 

22 Frid. "Holy Winding-sheet of our Lord. 

29 Frid. The Five Sacred Wounds of our Loro. 

March. 

3 Mond. St. Chad, in D. of Beverley » 

7 Frid. Most Precious Blood of our Lord. 

8 Sat. St. Felis, in D. of Nertkamptmi for 8 days, 

12 Wed. St. Gregory the Great 

14 Frid. The Seven Dolours of the B.V.M. 

17 Mond. St. Patrick. 

20 Maundy Thurs. In D. oi Hem,y on account of St. Cutbbert. 

23 EASTER SUNDAY. 

31 Mond. The Annunciation of the B.V.M. 

April. 

7 Mond. St. Gahriel. In D. of Hexham, on account of St. 

Joseph (18th March). 

8 Tues. St. Patrick. In D. of Hexham, on account of St. 

Gahriel (17th March). 

13 Sunday. Patronage of St. Joseph, in D. of Southw- for 8 

days; in LpooL and Hexham to-day only. 

23 Wed. St. George, Protector of England. 

May, 
1 Thurs. ASCENSION-DAY. And in DD. of Ipool. and 

Hex. during Oct. 
3 Sat. Finding of the Holy Cross, in DD. of LwoL and Hex* 
22 Thurs. CORPUS CHRISTI. 

24 Sat. B.V.M. Help of Christians. 

26 Mond. St. Augustine, in DD. of Wett, South,, LpL, and Hex, 

June. 

1 Sunday. The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. 
8 Sunday. St. William, in D. of Beverley, 

24 Tues. Nativity of St. John Baptist, in DD, 0{ LpL and Hex, 

July. 

2 Wed. Visitation of the B.V.M. 

6 Sunday. The Most Precious Blood of oya Lord. 

16 Wed. B.V.M. of Mount Carmel. 

26 Sat. St. Anne, Mother of B.V.M , In DD. of X^. and Hex. 

August. 

5 Tues* B.V.M. <id Nives. 

6 Wed. Tranafiguration of our Lor9, 



15 Frid. ASSUMPTION of the B.V.M. 

17 Sunday. In DD. of Lpool, and Hex, for St. Joacbim. 
31 Sunday. St. Aidan. In DD, of Lpool, and Hexham. 

September. 

4 Thurs. In D. of Hex, for Translation of St. Cuthbert. 
8 Mond. Nativity of the B.V.M. 

24 Wed. B.V.M. of Mercy. 

28 Sunday. The Dolours of the B.V.M. 

29 Sat. St. Michael, Archangel, in DD. of Z^oo^. and Hexh 

October. 

2 Thurs. Our Guardian Angels, in DD. of Lpool, and Hexha\ 

5 Sunday. The Most Holy Rosary of the B.V.M. 
10 Frid. St. Paulinus, in D. of Beverley, 

12 Sunday. The Maternity of the B.V.M. 

13 Mond. St. Edward, in D. of Lpool, 
1 9 Sunday. Purity of the B. V. M. 
23 Thurs. Our Most Holy Redeemer. 

25 Sat. St. John of Beverley, in D. of Beverley, 

26 Sunday. The Patronage of the B.V.M. 
29 Wed. Venerable Bede. 

November. 

3 Mond. St. Winifred. For the whole D. of Shrews. ' 
21 Frid. The Presentation of the B.V.M. 

December. 
8 Mond. The Immaculate Conception of the B.V.M. 

N.B. Plen. Indulg. in DD. of LpooL, Hexham^ New- 
portf and Shrewshury^ through the Oct. 

18 Thurs. The Expectation of the B.V.M. 
25 Thurs. The NATIVITY of OUR LORD. 

29 Mond. St. Thomas, in DD. of West,^ Southw.y Lpool., and 
Hexh,, this day only ; in D. of Northamp, during the Oct. 



Jan. 
May 

Feb. 



dTeasltii obi^erbtll in iEnglanll for ti)e $ear 1856. 
llolsHasiB of <9fiUgation. 
All Sundays. 
1 The Circumcision. Aug. 15 The Assumption. 

Nov. 1 All Saints. 
Dec. 25 Christmas Day. 



1 The Ascension. 
24 Corpus Christi. 



2 The Purification. 
25 St. Matthias. 
March 24 Easter Monday. 
25 Easter Tuesday. 
April 23 St. George. 
May 3 Finding of the Holy 
Cross. 

12 Whit Monday. 

13 Whit Tuesday. 
June 24 Nat. of St. John Bap- 
tist. 

July 25 St. James, Apostle. 



lBas0 of Bebotion. 



July 26 St. Anne, Mother of 
B.V.M. 

Sept. 8 Nativity of B.V.M. 
29 St. Michael, Arch. 

Oct. 28 SS. Simon and Jude, 
App. 

Dec. 8 Immaculate Concep- 
tion of B.V.M. 

26 St. Stephen. 

27 St. John, Ap. and 

Evangelist. 
29 St. Thomas of Cant. 



ftHM of fsB^ic^ t^t ®fficetf are translferrelf touring tf)f 

^tSLt 1856. 

Holy Name of Jesus 

SS. Fabian and Sebastian 

St John Chrysostom 

St John of Matha . 

St. Marcellus . 

St. Raymund of Pennafort 

St Chad 

The Forty Martyrs . 

St Thomas of Aquin 

St. Frances, Widow 

The Annunciation of the B.V.M. 

St Joseph, Spouse of the B.V.M. 

St Patrick 

St Gabriel, Archangel 

St Cuthbert . 

St Benedict, Abb. . 

St. Hermenegild 

SS. Philip and James, App. 

Apparition of St. Michael 

St Antoninus . 

St Pius .... 

St John Nepomucene 

St Paschal Baylon • 

St Venantius . 

SS. Nereus, &c, , 

StUbalduB . 

St Pius .... 

St Joachim, Father of the B.V.M. 

St Wenceslaus • 

St Wilfrid . 

St Peter of Alcantara 

St Andrew, Apostle 

St Ambrose , 

St Thomas, Apostle 

N.B. It may be necessary to observe, that in dating letters 
by Saints' days, care should be taken not to date by the day 
to which the office of any Saint or other Feast may happen to be 
transferred. In commercial or business of any kind purely secu- 
lar, it would be better to avoid this mode of dating letters, as 
troublesome questions might arise in the Law Courts in proving 
inch dates. 



from Jan. 


10 to Jan. 28 


ft 


20 to Feb. 11 


»» 


27 „ 12 


from Feb. 


8 „ 16 


from Jan. 


16 „ 19 


» 


23 „ 20 


from Mar. 


2 to Mar. 3 


» 


9 „ 10 


» 


7 „ 13 


9) 


9 „ 15 


>» 


25 „ 31 


>» 


19 to April 1 


if 


17 „ 8 


ti 


18 „ 7 


» 


20 „ 9 


If 


21 „ 10 


from April 


13 „ 14 


from May 


1 to May 23 


ft 


8 „ 30 


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10 „ 31 


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16 „ 9 


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17 „ 16 


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18 „ 17 


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12 „ 18 


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22 „ 20 


from July 


10 to July 11 


from Aug. 


17 to Aug. 18 


from Sept. 


28 to Oct. 7 


from Oct. 


12 „ 16 


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19 „ 27 


from Nov. 


30 to Dec. 1 


from Dec. 


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13tb, 15th, and 16th February ; I4th, 16th, and 17th May; J 
17th, 19th, and 20th Sept. ; I7th, 19th, and 20th Dec. -^ 

28th, 29th, and 30th April. 

Oti which ^ih meat Uforbidden, and <mly one meal allowed. 

The FoTty Days of Lent; the Emher Days; the Vigils of 
Whitsunday ; SS. reter and Paul ; the Assumption ; All Saints ; 
and Christmas ; aad the Wednesdays and Fridays in Advent. 

ftbfttinmce Saj^s, 

On which flesh meat is forbidden. 

The Sundays in Lent, unless leave he given by the Bishops 
to the contrary ; all Fridays, except the Friday on which Christ- 
mas Day may fall, .^.^ 

SECULAR CLERGY COMMON FUND. 

The attention of the Catholic public is earnestly solicited to the 
above fund. This institution is the principal support of the aged and 
infirm Clergy of the dioceses of Westminster and Southwark. Though 
founded above 150 years since, it is painful to relate that our limited 
means are not adequate to meet the numerous pressing wants of our 
poor clerical invalids. We confidently hope that there are many pious 
souls, blessed by a benevolent Providence with ample means, who will 
not allow the Lord's anointed ministers to pine away in penury and 
privation, after they have devoted the active energies of their lives, with 
edifying zeal and exemplary fervour, to the poor members of the fiock 
of Christ There are four Masses celebrated annually by every mem- 
ber of this Institution for the benefit of living and deceased benefactors. 
Further particulars may be obtained of the Very Rev. Jas. Canon 
O'Neal, Administrator, Grove-road, St. John's-wood. 

Form ^f Bequest to this Charity, 

I, A. B,, do bequeath to the Very Rev. James O'Neal, of Grove- 
road, St John's-wood, London, or to the Administrator for 
the time being of the Institution called " The Secular Clergy 
Common Fund," the siun of , fmr Uie benefit of tluit 

Institution. 

THE CATHOLIC CEMETERY, Caoooam Tbr&acb, Chblsea. 

This Cemetery, solemnly consecrated according to the Rites of our 
Holy Church, is the principal source of revenue for the support of 
aged and infirm clergymen. 

Particulars may be obtained of the Very Rev. James O'Neal, V.G., 
Administrator, 13 Grove-road, St. John's-wood, of the dioceses of 
Westminster and Southwark. It contaiDs spacious vaults and cata- 
combs for families, and also family and common graves. There is 
also on the ground a neat mortuary chapel, and a resident Priest 
for the regular performance of the burial-service according to the 
solemn rites of the Catholic Church. 



THE CONTINENT.— CONFESSIONS. 



Catholics travelling on the Continent may have felt the want of in- 
formation respecting the places at which priests versed in the English 
or French language may be found to hear the confessions of their flimi- 
lies and domestics To remedy in part this want the following list is 
offered ; and we beg to be favoured in future with a more complete liat, 
and with any other details which travellers may consider useftil. 



aOME. — (English) St Peter's, P. 
Sciato. English, Scots, and Irish 
Colleges, the Reeters. Irish Fnn- 
CMcans of St. Isidore, the Rev. F. 
Guardian. Minerva, F. Guglielmotti 
8. Clements, the Prior. (French) 
St. Peter's, the Canon de Falloux. 
8. Luigi dei Frances!, Gesii, F. Ethe- 
ridge, S. J. 

PARIS.-S. Roch, I'Abb^ de Moligny. 
8. Louis d'Antin, Rev. Dr. Dennie. 
Rev. Paul Cniice, at the Cannes. 
H. I'Abbe Moigno, Institut Ste. 
Marie, Rue Buonaparte. Rer. F. 
£v£r6sond, 18 Rue des Postes. Rev. 
FAbbi A. Yendzwraski, Madeleine. 

MARSEI LLE8. — Father Aubertau 
Calvaire. 

BOULOGNE.— The Abb*« Leroy and 
I^ebure(HaTit Ville), and Mr. Coa- 

^nolly (English). 

CALAIS.— M. Gobert (English). 

TOULON.— Father Bemin. 

AIRE. — Monsignor Scott. 

ARRAS.— Rev. Mr. Fairclough, St. 
6ery. 

ULLE,— M. r Abb6 Becuive, 32 Rue 
de la Monnaie (English, in which he 
preaches on first Sunday in every 
month at Rue de la Banre, 19). 

MONTREUIL-SUR-MUR.— M. 

^ I Abb« Cowie, the College. 

BRUSSELS.— The Very Rev. Canon 
I>oonet, Cnr6 of the Parish of St. 
Jaeques-sur-Caudenberg. TheAbb^ 
Ittltgairns, in the Church of Sablon. 
The Abb6 Mlchielt, 4 Hue des Ma- 
lades. 

GHENT.— The Canon de la Croix, at 
bit private Chapel, No. 28 Maijolaine 

TOURNAL. — The Canon Gravet, 

, Grand S6mhiaire. 

I^U VAIN.— The Abb* Delfortrie, 

ICarie-Ther&se College. 
UEGE.— The Very Rev. M. Neven, 

V.Q., Cathedral. 



AIX-LAjCHAPELLE. — Rev. T. C. 
Wiersfeiner, Chaplain at St. Adal- 
bert's (English). 

VIENNA.— Father St6ger, B.J. 

MUNICH.- The Canons Wiodlsch- 
manuand Seelig (French), Cathedral. 
Deutacher Haus (French). The Re- 
demptorist FF. (English). Rev. Gre- 
gory Rossi, O.S.B. (English). 

BONN —The Cur*. The Minster. 

COLOGNE.- The Abb* Poncelet 
(French, and perhaps English). 

RAl'ISBON.— The Scots Monastery. 

PADERBORN.— Rev. Dr. Otto (Eng- 
lish and French). 

VENICE.— Armenian College, Island 
of S. Lazaro, P. Raffaelie. 

PADUA.— Professor Nardi. 

GENOA^— Augustinian Convent. P. 
Michele, Cosabuona of the Oratory 
of St. Philip Neri. 

FLORENCE.— Badia. Dnomo. 

NAPLES.— Catbedftl, Abbate Pal- 
mieri (EngliMh). Costa, S.J. Bian- 
chini, S.J. (French and English). 

PALERMO.— GesiH. F. Lentini, S. J., 
and Rev. Dr. McGauran. 

MALT A.— Canon Falzoni, Jesuits' Col- 
lege, &c 

MADRID. — French Church, Calle 
(street) Jacometrez, near the Puerto 
del Sol. 

VALLADOLID.— English and Scots 
Colleges, Rectors and Professors. 

LISBON.— English College, the Presi- 
dent and Professors. 

SMYRNA.— The Lazarists. 

ALEXANDRIA.— Franciscans. 

J ERUS A LEM.— Franciscans. 

BIGFAIAH, LEBANON.— The Fa- 
thers of S.J. (French). 

MONTE VIDEO.-The Padre Sateo 
(Italian and French), at the Semi- 
nary, No. 14 Calle del 25 de Maya.f 

BUENOS A YRES.— Rev. Mr. Frahay, 
an Irish Priest, at the Calle Recon- 
quista. 



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THE DIOCESES, CLERGY, CHURCHES, AND CHAPELS 
OF ENGLAND AND WALES. 



L DIOCESE OF WESTMINSTER. 
Comprehending Middlesex, Essex, and Hertfordshire. 

Population, 2,413,589. 

PATRON SAINTS OF THE DIOCESE. 

Our Blessed Lady, conceived without sin, 8th December. 
St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles, 29th June. 
St Edward, King and Confessor, 13th October. 



DIOCESAN ARKAN0EMENT8. 

His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop (when in town) will be at 
home on erery Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, between Eleven and 
Two o*clock : Tuesday being specially devoted to the Clergy. 

The Vicar- General, the Very Rev. Dr. Maguire, attends at the Arch- 
hishop's house on Taesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 12 to 2 
o'clock. 



The Most Eminent and Most Reverend NICHOLAS WISE- 
MAN, Cardinal-Priest of St. Pndentiana and Archbishop of 
Westminster ; consecrated June 8, 1840 ; translated from Meli- 
potamus, Sept. 29, 1850. Residence, 8 York-place, Portman- 
square, London, and Etloe House, Leyton, Essex. 
The Most Reverend GEORGE ERRINGTON, D.D., Arch- 
bishop of Trebizonde, Coadjutor of Westminster ; consecrated 
July 25, 1851 ; translated from Plymouth. Residence, 8 York- 
place, Portman-square, London. 
Very Rev, Canon Maguire, D.D., 13 Bulstrode-street, "V 

Marylebone. I Vicars- 

Very Rev.' Canon O'Neal, Our Lady's Church, St. f General. 

John's Wood. J 

^ery Rev. Monsienor Canon Searle, Secretary to the Cardinal 
Ardhbishop, 8 York-place, Portman-square. 

Cathedral Chapter of the Diocese of Westminster. 

Very Rev. Robert Whitty, D.D., Very Rev, William Hunt. 

Provost. ___ George Last. 
- John Maguire, D.D., James O'Neal. 

Canon Theologian. W. Weathers, D.D. 

Thomas Long, Canon • Francis Searle. 



Penitentiary. Robert Shepherd. 

George Rolfe. • Fred. Oakeley. 



30 DIOCESE OF WESTMINSTER. 

N.B, The figures placed after the churches and chapels denote 
the years <\f their foundation or opening^ or both. When two years 
are connected by a hyphen^ the first denotes the year ofthefoun^ 
dation, the last that of the opening* A single year enclosed 
thus shows the year of opening only^ and marked thus (1848 — ) 
indicates the year of the foundation, the year of the opening not 
being yet ascertained. 

The prefix ^ denotes that the church is a Missionary Beviory, 



Churches marked f kate been registered for tndrriages under the Act of 

fi ^ 7 Wtk 4 «op %h^ as per Oaaette and the tffixAed repoth 

t« the Registrar OeneraVs Qj^e. 

Those marked % hmvs Boij^ GuHds Mtaeked. 

ABBREVIATIONfl IN SERVICES, &C. 

y for Vespers; Bent die for Benediction! Instruct for Instruction: 
Led for Lecture ; Serm for Sermon ; HOs for Holidays of obliga- 
tion; WDs for tVeek Dayss Ds Dev for Days if Devotion ; Comp^ 
for Complin; Gopfrat for Corfratemityj Catechfor Catechism: Rosfor 
Rotary, 

MIDDLESEX. 

Population, 1,895,710. 

Including LondoQ and vicinity on the north side of 

the Thames. 

+ 5>t. ^at|?% Moorfields (Pro-Cathedral). (1820.) Very 
Rev. Robert Whitty, D.D., Provost of Westminster ; Revv. 
James M*Quom, Daniel Gilbert, Patrick O'Callaghan, James 
Connolly, and J. L. Patterson. 

On Sund and H Ds Mass at 7, 8, 9, 10, and Hi^h Mass 
at 11. Catech on Sund at 3, with Benedic every 3d Sund 
of month. Baptisms at 4, and on Wed and Frid at 11 a,m. 
V, Serm and Benediq at 7. On WDs Mass at 1\, 8, 10. 
On Thur Rosary, Sei-m and Benedic at 8, and on the other 
evngs of the week Ros and Nt Prayers at 8. 1st Frid of each 
month Serm and Benedic in honour of the Sacred Heart. 2d 
Frid of each month the Way of the Cross. 

The side Chapels are of the Sacred Heart and of the Holy 
Family. 

The Conffessionak are attended on all days, except Mondays 
and Tuesdays, from 8 till 11 a.m., and on Wed Frid and Sat 
Evengs from 6 o'clock. 



f SA. Kontitti^'^, Grea^ St. Thomae ApmHe^ £ow4ane, 
Cheapside,. (German.) <18O0.) Rev. A*thiir JP; PftrcdK 



uHVJUjnsB, cBArcLs, &e. it 

Mass on Band at 8, and High Mass at 11, with derm in 
German. At 7 r*if» Ros ii^ith Disc in English, and Benedic. 
On WDs Mass at 8. On Wed at 8 p.m. Benedic, and on Frtd, 
at same time, the Way of the Cross. Every Wed Frid and Sat 
Eimgs, and on Sund Momgs, Conilsssions are heard in English 
and German. 

t Sbt Jodepi^9» BunhiU Row. Raw. t). f oomey and Thomas 
CabilL 

Oil Sund Mass at S, at 9 for the children of the district, and 
at 10. High Mass at 11, with Serm. HDs Mass at 5, 8, 9, 
and 10. On W Ds Mass at 8 and 8}. On Sund Catech and 
Instruct for the children at 3 p.m. Devs Serm and Benedic 
at t o'clock P.M. On Ht)s Thurs Ist Frid of month, Feasts 
of our l<ady, St. Joseph, and Guardian Angels, Dev Serm and 
Benedic at 8 p.m. Novenas of St. Joseph, Sd. Heart, and for 
the Faithful Departed. ConfVat of the Sd. Heart, the Passion, 
the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the Ros, our Lady of Mt. 
Carmel, and of the Christian Doctrine. 

Confessionals attended on Wed Frid and Sat from lO to 12 
Mfng and flPom 6 to 10 p.m. Baptisms on Sund at 4 p.m., and 
on Wed at 10 a.m. * 

R. t S>t. fofttt tie Baptwfg, Hackney. (1847-48.) Rev. 
John P. Kayd (Missionary Rector). 

tt i*.|fcai1?«lllr^Wf|ltel%VlRdlNlAStREET,i?flfc/ty#/^^^^ 

W4ty» Revv. William Kelly, Daniel Santry, and James GiTlighdn. 
Mass daily at 8 artd 9. On H Ds at 8, 9, and 10. On Ds 
of Dev at 7, 8, and 9. On Sund at 8, 9, 10, and 11. Even Serv 
on Sund and H Ds, V at 7, with Catechet Instruct and Bene- 
dic. On Thurs Rod Benedic and Instruct at 7 p.m. Christ 
Doc with Instruct on Sund at 3 o'clock. The Stations of th^ 
Cross every Frid in Lent, and on 1st Frid of the month at 7 p.m. 

CItitct of aur VtoW^ iUlrs of %mnu, John Street, Com" 
mercial-Road East, Rdvv, William lielly and James FoleV. 
Mass on W Ds hX:% On Suod at 8» 10, and 11. Evng Serv at (i. 
On Thurs Ros Serm and Benedic. 



f Jbt 9ime% Spieer Streei, SpimlfieUIs, The Marist Fathers ; 
Very Rev» Gyms C'hampioii ( Sup.) ; Revv. Stephen Chaurain, 
F» Faure, G. Ecayer, J. Gautherin, and G. Laroy. 

On Bund Mass «t 6, 7, 8, 9, 10; High Mafes at 11. V at 7. 

On HDs Mlisji at A, 6, 7, 8, 9, Atid 14). V at 8. 

On WDa Ma09 at 6i, 7, 7i, 8^ and 8^ 

Bv«ry £v«« except 8at PrAyer andJustrnet. 

Th# . Confessionals Mt«nd«d fev0ry motng from 7 to 9, and 
every Even from 6 to 10. 



32 DIOCBSK or WBSTMlllSTBft« 

R. t Jbt ^tm\vn% Duke S/reef, Lincoln* s-^an Fields, (Sar- 
dinian.) (1648.) Hew. W. J. O'Connor (Missionary Rector), 
Edward Price, Joseph Faa di Bruno, and John Doherty, 

On Sund and H Ds Mass at 7, 8, 9, 10, and Hi^h Mass 
and Serm at 11. V and Benedic at 3.. Italian Service at 4 ; 
and Evng Prayers with Catech Lect and Benedic.at 7. Mass 
on all other days at 8, 9, and 10. On Mond Wed and Frid 
Ros recited after 10 o'clock Mass, with Prayers for the con* 
version of England, &c. On Wed Evngs Benedic at 7}. On 
Frid Evng at 8 the Way of the Cross. Baptisms on Sund 
immediately after the High Mass; and on Tues and Thur at 
10^. Churching at 10| on Tues and Thur. The Confessionals 
attended every mmg from 8 to ll ; and every Wed Frid and 
Sat Evnff from 6 to 10. On Frid during Lent, Comp, with 
Serm ana Benedic at 7 o'clock. 

Confrat. of the M . H . Sacrament, of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, 
and the Immaculate Heart of Mary have been established under 
the direction of the Rev. William O'Connor. 

The Chaplains have the spiritual direction of the central division 
of the Assoc. Cath. Charity Schools, and have also to attend several 
workhouses, and Charing Cross and King's CAlege Hospitals. 

Sbt Brtlrgrf 0, Baldwin's-gardens, Gray's Inn-lane, Holborn. 
Rev. Thomas Parkinson. 

Mass on Sund at 10, and High Mass at 11; Catech at 4. 
On H Ds Mass at 7, 8, 9, and 1 0. V, with Serm and Benedic, 
Sund and HDs at 7. On WDs Mass at 8. Wed evngs 
Ros, Serm, and Benedic at 8. Frid evngs Stations of the 
Cross at 8. The Scapular of our B. Lady of Mount Carmel 
given on her festivals. Confessions every evng except Mond 
from 6 to 10. Baptisms on Sund at 1, and on W Ds (except 
Mond) after Mass. 

HbJb. Veter antr 9^1'0« Upper Rosoman-itreetf CUrhembelL 
(1847). Revv. John Kyne and J. Zsilkay. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 7|, 9, 10, and High Mass at 11. 
Discourse at 9 and 11. Catech Instruct on Sund at 3. V, 
Serm and Benedic at 7 on Sund, and on H Ds at 8i p.m. 
On W Ds Mass at 7 ; on Ds Dev at 7 and 9. Thurs evngs 
Ros, Serm, and Benedic at 8^. Confessions every mmg (except 
Mond) from 8 to 10, and on Wed, Frid, and Sat evngs, and 
Eves of H Ds and Ds Dev from 6 to 10. Baptisms on Sund at 1; 
on Tues and Thurs at 9^. Marriages on Sund, Tues, and Thurs 
at 9i. On 1st Thurs of the month Dev of the Confrat of the 
M.H. Sacrament at 8^ p.if., with Serm and Benedic. On 1st 
Mond of the month Dev of the Confrat of our Lady of Mi. Carmel 
at 8^ P.M., with Serm and Benedic. 



CHURCHES, CHAFELS, 8cC, S3 

CJtircJ Of tjeiftols ifamrts, 146 Great Saffron Hill (1854). 
Revv. C. Keans and Edward Lescher. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 7, 8^, aiid 9^, High Mass at 
11. Catecb and Instruct (with Benedic, on the 1st Sund of 
month) at 3 p.m. V Serm and Benedic at 7 p.m. ; on H Ds at 8. 
On W Ds Mass at 7 and 9. Ros at 8 every evng for conversion 
of sinners. Confessions every day, except Mond, at 8 mmg and 
at 6 evng. Baptisms and Churchings on Sund at 1, on WDs at 
91 A.M. On Tuesd evng at 8^ Ros, Serm, and Benediction. 

This Church was opened in June 1854. It stands in the midst of 
the poor. Since the opening, three poor schools have been established : 
one for boys, day and evening ; one for girls, day and evening ; and 
one for infants. The Brothers of 8t Vincent of Paul also support two 
infant schools in this district 

The daily attendance of children in all these schools averages 300. 
llie school-accommodation is shockingly bad — ^low, close rooms, fur- 
nished in the barest make-shift manner. It is intended to build some 
school-rooms as soon as sufficient money to warrant a beginning can 
be obtained. The real difficulty is, how to get time, in the midst 
of laborious and incessant missionary duties, to collect money for the 
purpose. It is therefore hoped that good Catholics, on reading this, 
wl]l be induced to send, of their own accord, some contributions towards 
the new schools. 

The address of the priests is 146 Great Safiron Hill> London. 



R. t ibt 9Aixitk*H» SuUon-street, Soho. Very Rev. Canon Long 
(Missionary Rector), Revv. Thomas Barge and John Stanton. 

On Sund and H Ds Mass at 8 and 10. High Mass at II. 
V at 3. Mass during the week at 8 and 10. Ros, Benedic, and 
Catecb Discourse on Sund at 7 p.m. Benedic on Thurs at 8 
i*.u. Comp and a Discourse on Tues in Lent, except in Holy 
Week, at 6. 

The Festival of St Patrick is observed in this Chapel as a double 
of the first class, when High Mass is celebrated, and a suitable Dis- 
course delivered. A collection is then made for the support of the 
ChapeL The Chaplains have the spiritual direction of St Patrick *8 
Charity Schools, and attend several workhouses and hospitals. 



R. tt ©jtttcj of tit 000ttmptton» Warwick-street, Golden- 
tquare, (Bavarian.) Revv. Edward Hearn (Missionary Rector), 
R* G. Macmullen, and Charles Batt. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 8, 9, and 10. High Mass with 
Serra at 11. V and Benedic at 34. Evng Dev with Serm 
and Benedic at 7. Baptisms and Churching at 1. Catecb at 
3. Daily Masses are at 8, 9, and 10. On Mond Evng Dev 
and Serm ; on Thur Evng Dev and Benedic ; and on Frid Evng 
De? of Confrat of the Most Precious Blood at 8. 



34 DIOCESE OF WESTMINfT^K. 

R« t Ibt. JoineS'f , Spanith-phce^ MaHnhest€r*^qu&r0, (Spanish.) 
Very Rev. Canon Hunt(Mi8sionarv Hector), Revv. Francis Rhing, 
James Bamber, and John Connolly. 

On Sund Mass at 7, 8, 9, and 10. High Masi at 11. Catech 
at 3. V at3f. Evng Service at 7. On WD« Mass at 7» 8» 
and 10. On Thur Benedic at 8. On the other evi>g« of the week, 
Ro6 and Nt Prayers at 8|. Comp on Frid, in Lent, at 7. 

The Confessionals are attended every morning (except Sund 
and Sat) from 9 to 11. On Sund morng from 7 to 10, and oil 
Sat morng from 9 to 12, and from 3 to 4. On Wed, Frid, and 
Sat evenings from 6 to 10. 

There are established in this Church Confrat of the B. Sacrsunent 
and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, for the conversion ot sinners. 

The Chaplains have the spiritual direction of the West division of 
the Associated Catholic Charity Schools, in High-st., Mar}'lebone, 
and attend the workhouses and hospitals in the district 

Chai»el ani> School of the Holy Ro8ar%', Winchester Row. 



t CJftapel of tie Snnuncifltt^n. Little George-^tree^, King^ 
street^ Portman-nquate. (FasNCH, 1793). Revv, Pierre Mailiy, 
Joseph Toursel, Fiorent Vaaaeur. 

On Sundays and Holidays, Low Mass at 8, 9, and 10. High 
Mass at 11, with a Discourse in French. Vespers, with Benedic 
at 3; after which, Catechet Instruct. Mass every other day at 
8, 9, and 11. Complin, in Lent, on Thurs at 3, with a Serm 
by the Lenten Special Preacher* 

St. iBSLt^*% Romney-terrace, Marsham-sfre'etj Westminster. 
(1813.) Revv. V. Zanetti, Peter Sherlock, and James Corry, S.J, 

On Sund Mass at 8 and 9. High Mass at 11. Catech at 3. 
Evng Serv at 7. On H Ds Mass at 74, High Mass at 10. 
Evng Serv at 8. On WDs Mass at 7, 7i, and 9. On Frid 
Benedic at 8 p.m. Prayers every evng except Sat at 8. 

In this Chapel are confraternities of the Sacred iJeart, of the Im- 
maculate Heart of Marv, and of Bona Mors. 

The confessionals attended every morning at 7. On Mond.^ Wed., 
and Frid., at 6 p.m., and on Sat. from 2 to 4, and at 6 p.m. 

The Chaplains have to attend the Milbank Convict Prison, Tothill- 
fields House of Correction, and many establishments for tj|ie sick and 
poor in this poor and populous district 

eiuttfi OC tj^e ImtRacttloir €^UU9iii^XU Fftm^treet, Berkeley- 
square. Revv. FF. William Waterworth, Henry Mahou, Henry 
Segrave, and Edward T. Hood, S.J. 

On Sund and H Ds Mass at 7^, S^, and 9^, High Mass bt 11. 
On W Ds Mass at 7i, 8|, and 10. V on Sund and H Ds at 3|, 
with Instruc and Benedic. On Ist Suftd gf the inonth Dev of 



CUUBCUESy GHAPKLS, &C. 35 

the Bona Mors at 3^, instead of V. On Wed Evngs Dev of the 
Stations and Benedic at 8. 

The Confessionals attended every mrng from 7 till 9^, and 
on the evnes of Wed and Sat from 2 till 5, ai>d from 7 till 10. 
During Indulg Confessionals attended during the above hours 
on evngs of Wed, Frid and Sat. Confrat of the Bona Morn, 
of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and of the Immaculate Heart of 
^^y^ have beefi established ui^dej: th« (Ji^ection of the Rev. 
W. Waterworth, 



f Chelsea, |bt §BLQX^*t, Cadogan^ terrace, Sloane- street, 
il812.) Very Rev. MonsigDair V. fiyre, Revv, Francis Crowe, 
.OD., and Jioms Rous. . 

Mass daily at 8 and 10. On Sund and HDs Mass at 7tl 
and 9 ; High Mass at 11. V with Benedic at 3. Evng Serv 
with Discourse and Benedic at 7. Benedic every Sat evng at 6. 
Dec. 8, Feast of the Jmmac Concep, kept as a solemn Festival 
on account of the Archconfrat of our Lady of Victories, established 
in Chelsea on that day, 1844. Comp erery Wed aiid Frid in Lent 
and Advent at 7. Baptisms on Sund after V. Churchinffs on 
Mend and Thurs after the 10 o'clock Mass. Confessions heard 
every mrng except Sat from 8 till 10, and on Frid and Sat Evngs 
after 7» Confessions heard in French, Italian, and German, 

Baompton, Cl^utci^ Of tie Swiaacitlate %eart of iBars. The 
Fathers of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri. Provost, Very Rev. 
P. W. Faber, D.D. 

Mass on Sund at 6|, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, High Mass with Expos 
of the B Sacrament. On WDs Mass at 6|, 7, 7§, 8, 8J, 9, 10; 
and, from May 1st to the Assumption, at 11, 

There are Sermons in the Church on the week nights, except 
Sat, at 8 ; on Sund at 7. There are also Sermons at High Mass 
and V on Sund, and occasional courses of Lectures at 4 in the 
afternoon. 

There is a Plenary Indulgence every day of the year, applic- 
able to the Dead, to be gained by visiting the Church, together 
with the usual conditions. 



t KENsiNGxaN, ffoUand-slreet. §t |l!aa^*0. Rev, Charles 
WooUett. Mass op Sund and HDs at 8, 9, 10, ajfid High Mass 
at 11, Evng Serv on Sund with Instruc and Benedic at 7. On 
HDs Mass at 8, 9, and 11. Evng Serv at 8 in summer and 7 in 
winter. On all Wed Evngs Serv at 8 in summer and 7 in winter. 
Mass on WD« at 8 and 9 J. The Confessionals attended every 
momg from 10 to 12, and on Frid and Sat evngs. 

ft Hammersmith, iftolfiCi:ittitfi,J5roo^-5rrcen. Revv. Daniel 
O'Reeffe a»d Alfre4 White, Mass, ^., as o|i next page. 



36 DIOCESB OF WESTMINSTER. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 7^ and 9, and High Mass with 
Serin at 11. V Catech Instruct and Bencdic at 7 p.m. On 
W Ds at 7i ; and on Mond, Wed and Frid and on days of Dev a 
second Mass at 9. Comp and Benedic every Thur evng, and V 
and Benedic on days of Dev and on Tues erngs at 7. During 
Lent the Ros and Benedic. On Thur a Serm between Comp and 
Benedic, and on Frid evugs the Dev of the Way of the Cross at 7. 

The Confessionals attended every Wed and Sat and on the 
eves of Days of Obligation from 5 till 9, and on Sat raorngs from 
9 till 11. 

iSenelrictine Coflbnit. Rev. D. Alonso. 

Cimbeitt 0t t|e <B8f00lr JbieptkHr* Rev. Hen. Heuea^e* 

Brook-green^ |^t. ^fUrs'S Collegf . Rev, J. M. Gleni«, 

Principal^ 

TunNHAM Gresn. Vide Acton. 



Hanwell, fbt* SlttgtUttine'f, CUfden Lodge. (Opened in May 
1853, by the Rev. John Bonus.) Mass on Sund at 10. Benedic 
at 3. 

Attached to this small Chapel is an eligible piece of ground for a 
New Church and Schools, which the donor is most anxious to see 
erected. But having exhausted her own slender means in enfranchis- 
ing it and enclosing it, she can now do little more than pray to see her 
work completed. She trusts Almighty God will inspire some one 
richer in this world's goods to come forward and assist her to carry out 
her plans for God's glory and the salvation of souls. 

It may be added, tliat this is quite distinct from Rev. John Bonus' 
proposed Church at Acton. There is a distance of nearly four miles 
between the sites of the two future Churches. 

Donations towards the erection of St. Augustine's may be sent to 
Miss Rabnett, Clifden Lodge, Hanwell ; or to the Rev. John Bonus, 
Ivy House, Turnham-green ; or to the Very Reverend James Canon 
O'Neal, V.G., Our Lady's Church, St. John's-wood. 

N.B. — The estimated cost of St Augustine's Is under £1000. 

f Acton, H^v EolTS 0( iffiftace. Rev. John Bonus, B.D. 
The present chapel is at Turnham-green. Mass on Sund at 9. 
High Mass at 10^. V and Benedic at 6. On HDs Mass at 
10^. On WDs Mass at 8. Stations of the Cross on Frid evngs 
from Adv to Easter at 7. 

The large Schools of this poor mission depend entirely upon cha- 
ritable contributions for support. 

Tliis is the poorest and most needy mission in the diocese. Ground 
(freehold) has been purchased for a Church and Schools at an expense 
of 530/., and 100/. besides has been expended to enclose it. The Pas- 
tor earnestly solicits alms both for the support of the mission and 
schools in tlieir present state, and for the commencement of the new 



CBUECHESi CHAPBI*S| frc. 37 

buildings. He will be happy to forward any particulars respecting the 
mt>8pectSy as well as the necessities of the mission, on application. 
Donations can be paid to the account of Rct. John Bonus, at the 
London Joint-Stock Bank, 69 Pall MalL 

North Hyde, near Hounslow, Jj^t fBaxit'li Ctlttrc$ aitlT ^^ 
Ptatiagr. Very Rev. Canon Shepherd. Mass on WDs at 7, and 
Sund at 11|. The Ros and Catechet Instruct at 3. 



R. t IsLBWOETH, Shrewibury'^plaee^ Imnumilste Coneri^tOtl 
mill Sb. i$rtlrget Right Rev. Monsignor Weld (Missionary 
Rector). 

ft FuLHAM, Sbt Clonutt o( Caitterlburs's. (1847-8.) Rev. 
T. T. Ferguteon, D.D. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 8^, and High Mass at 10|. Y 
with Serm and Benedic at 3}. On WDs Mass at 9. On Frid 
evngs Serv of Confrat of the Precious Blood at 7\, from All 
Saints to Easter at 7. On Sat nirngs at 9 Prs for the Confrat of 
the Immac Heart of B.V.M. In Lent and Advent, Comp with 
Serm and Benedic on Tues and Frid at 7. The Confessionals 
attended on Wed and Sat evngs from 7, and on Sat morngs 
from 10 till 11. 

There .are upwards of 2000 in this congregation, and the Schools 
are attended by more than 200 children. 



Sbt Ptelm'f onlr Jj^t fSUtti% Cj^tttrji, Presbytery, 4 Sutherland 
placdf Westboume Grove Narthj Bayswater, Rev. A. Magee, 
D.D. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 9, 10, and 11 ; and at 3 p.m.; 
Ros Catechet Instruct with Benedic at 6 p.m. On WDs Mass at 9. 
The Confessional is open daily before and after Mass ; and on the 
evngs of Wed and Sat from 6 to 10. 

R. + ^VLV ilalrs'tf Oltrcll, St. JohnU-wood^ Grove-road. (1 833- 
36.) Very Rev. Canon O'Neal, V.G. (Missionary Rector), Revv. 
Mark M'Neal and Matthew Ryan. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 8 and 9}. High Mass at 11. 
V at 3, with Benedic ; followed on Sund by Catechet Instruct. 
Evng Serv on Sund at 7, with Lect and Benedic. Comp at 7 on 
Wed in Lent. On W Ds Mass at 8, 9, and 10. The Ros, 
Night Prayers, and Benedic every Wed at 7. 

There are above 200 poor children educated gratuitously in the 
Boys' Poor Schools attached to this Church. 140 of the most desti. 
tute of them are also clothed. There is also an Evening School, froift 
7 to ?i <bir ttJ9 PWr \toy% who cannot attend *t tt»o Pay school i ' 



38 D^OC^SI or WBSTMIKSTIEf , 

The UxD^y Ed^eware-ro^t Stl JlMiyl'i IMrCBt Ver|r gftv^ 
FatherYincentyPravmcial; Very R«vv. FF. Ignatiiwand Eugeo^, 
Provincial Consulton; Very ReT. F. Aloysius, Rector; Revv. 
FF. Gaudentius, Honorius, Sebastian, Alban, and 0«mond. 

Mass on Sund at 6, 8, and 11^ with Serm, Catech Lect and 
Benedic at 3^. 

This mission takes in a Urge district, including the Hyde, Hendon, 
Edgeware, Harrow-on-the-HiU, Sudbury, Stanmore, Bushey, Rick- 
mansworth, and St. Albans. The Fathers also attend the diflerent 
workhouses in the district. 

A Day and Sundigr l^chool is attanhed to the mlpsicmi 



R. f U AMFSTE AD, HoUy-place, §^t iBaru*1i, (1816.) Rev. 
John Walsh (Missionary Rector). 

Chipping Barnet, |^t fi^avji\ High-Hrttt. Attended by 
Rev. Joseph Faa di Bruno, D,l^.y from j^rdtniaa Chftpel. 



Kemtibh Towk. The Rev, Robert Swift. 

t SoMERs Town, Clarendon-square, gbt {Sl02|ffiftttl*1l. (1808.) 
Revv. Walter Mac Avila, Thomas Dillon, Alexius Mills, and Rev. 
J. Nerinckx (Honorary Chaplain). 

On Sund and H i>s Mass at 7, 8, 0, and 10; and High 
Mass at 1 1, with Discourse. V at 3^, with Benedic, and evng 
serv with Discourse and Benedie at 7. On H Ds the same as 
on Sund. On W Ds Mass at 7, 8, and 10. On Thura Bene- 
dic with Discourse i^t 7* In Lent, Comp op Thuri at 7, with 
Discourse. 

St. Aloysiu8*8 Charity Schools, adjacent to this Chapel, are under 
the spiritual direction of the Chaplains, who also attend St Paaeras 
Workhouse. (See notice of Schools.) 



R. ft Islington, Duncan-Urruce, JJ>t. Jfojn tje (t^bongeltsfft. 
(1841— 26th June, 1843.) Very Rev. Canon Oakeley (Mis- 
sionary Rector), and Rev. William Dol^n. 

On Sund Maiss at 7, 8, 9, and 10. High Mass at 11, Catech 
and Benedic at 3. V and Benedic at 7. Mass on W Ds at 7 
and 9. Mass on H Ds at 5, 7, and 10, and High Mass at 11. V 
and Benedic at 7|. Mass on Ds of Dev at 7, and High Mass 
at 10. y and Benedic at 7^. Benedic with Instruct on all 
Thurs (except Holy Thurs) and on all Feasts of our Lord and 
the B VM and St. Francis of Assisi, at 8. Stations of the Cross 
(or other Devns of the Passion) on Frid at 8. Ros or other 
Devs every evng at 8. Instruct and Devs for the Confrat of 
the Holy and Immac Heart on Wed at 8 p.m, Comp 09 Thutt 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C, 39 

in Lent (except Holy Thurs) at 7j. The greater Festivals are 
kept with Novenas or Octs. Devs every evng in May for the 
Month of Mary, and every evng in Nov for the souls in purgatory. 

There are in this Church chapels of the B Sacrament, of our 
B Lady, and of St. Francis of Assisi, to the last of which the 
great Indulg of Portiuncula is attached, and may be gained at 
each visit made between 6 p.m. on the 1st August and sunset on 
the next evng. There are Confrats of the M H Sacrament, of the 
Holy and Immac Heart of Mary, and of the Stigmata of St. 
Francis for the religious care of the dead ; also of the Scapular of 
Mt. Carmel and of the Seven Dolours. By a Rescript of His 
present Holiness, a Plen Indulg can be gained once a year by 
visiting the Church any day on the usual conditions. 

The Church is open every day from 6^ a.m. to 4^, and from 6 
to 9 P.M. Confessions are heard on Wedn and Frid till 11, and 
every other day till 12 noon ; also on Wed and Frid at 7, and 
QnSat«t6f.M, Baptisms and Churchings on Sund at 2; on 
Tues and Thurs at 10^ a.m. 

Hollow AT, 19 Cornwall Plaee^ Clftoyel ol f^ Altgeli iBuattiian. 
(1855.) Rev. J. H. Dale. 

Mass on Sund at 9. Catech and Devs at 3. Ros, Tnstruc 
and Benedic at 7. Mass on H Ds at 9. Benedic at 8. Mass on 
W Ds at 7. Devs Instruct and Benedic ou Thurs evugs at 8. 
On Frid Devs, and all Frids of BY M Benedic at 8. Confess 
heard each morning from 8 till 9 ; on Frid evngs at 7 and on Sat 
evngs at 6. 

This infant mission (to which schools for hoys and girls are at- 
tached) is e&mestly reeomfnended to the charity of the Faithful. Its 
proximity to the New Holloway Cattle-market gives it a great and 
increasing importance. 

KiNOSLAND, ©ttt: aalll? ftlltr Sbt. JfllWpy»> Temporary Chapel, 
83 Ci«//or<f-rofl<^iVbr<A (out of Balls-pond-road). (1855.) Revv. 
William Lockhart and Henry Lewthwaite. 

On Sund Mass at 8 and 9. High Mass at 11. V and Bene- 
dic at 7. On all other days. Mass at 8. Ros and Benedic on 
Wed evngs at 7^. Confessions every morning and evening. 

A large population existing in this rapidly increasing northern 
suburb of Londdn at a considerable distance from any Catholic Church, 
a misuon has been opened during the past year, at his Eminence's 
suggestion, by the Rev. Father Lockhart of the Order of Charity ; 
already a considerable Catholic congregation has been collected, and a 
temporary Chapel and Schools fitted up by the exertionB of this zealous 
body of (Catholics, many of whom are converts to our Holy Faith. 

The Fathers appeal to the charity of the faithful to assist them in 
riacing this mission on a permanent footing, by the erection of a 
VhvwD. «))d Scjiools, A subscription list has been opened, headed hy 



40 DIOCE8B OF WEtTMlNSTEE* 

the Father- General of the Order of Charity, with a donation of 5M, 
All subscriptions will be thankfully acknowledged ; and a Mass will be 
said eyety Sunday at the Altar of St. Joseph for all benefactors, living 
or dead. 

*' We earnestly recommend this appeal to all the Faithful, vouching 
for the accuracy of all the facts stated in it. 

** N. OaKD. WitBMAN. 

*'8 York-place, London, Aug. 18, 1655.'* 

R. t Poplar, Wade-street, S^t Mars'0. (1818.) Revv. James 
Hearsnep (Missionary Rector), and Joseph F. Fadbury. 



t Isle or Doos, MiU Wall, Jbt ^E^ImmidT'C. (1846.) Served 
from Poplar. 

+ Tottenham, Chapel-place, White Hart'lane^ Jbt. ;fXWHti% 
Ire l^lefi' C^ayeL (1826*7.) Rev. Thomas Henr}- Ewart. 

Mass on Suud at 9 and 11. On HDs at 8} and 10. Aftn 
Serv from May to Oct at 4. Evng Serv from Oct to May at 6. 

Subscriptions for this poor mission are received by the Cardinal 
Archbishop, 8 York-place, Portman-square, London ; by the Clergy 
at all the Churches ; by all the Catholic Booksellers in London, and 
by the Pastor as above. 

N.B. The Annual Sermon for the support of this poor mission 
is on the Jlnt Sunday in May, the annivertary of the opening o/ the 
Chapel, 

HERTFORDSHIRE.— Population 173,963. 

Hertford. (Vacant.) 

t Old HaU Green, |bt. €flmmiAr'0 (o( Catttetimrs). Ware. Rev. 
Alfred Dolman. On Sund and H Ds Mass at 7\ and 10 ; Catech 
with Serm and Benedic at 3. On WDs Mass at 8|, and on Sat 
evng the Litany of the B Virgin is sung at 7 in summer and 6| 
in winter. There is a Cemetery attached to the chapel. 

St. Alban's. (Vacant.) 

ESSEX.— Population 343,916. 

Romford, Jjbt. SlTbartr ti^e CoitfeSMt'tf. Rev. J. B. Colomb. ' 

But a small sum is now required for the completion of this Church, 
and the Pastor confidently appeals to the piety of the Catholics of thia 
diocese for aasistanoe in the good work. This is the only Church in 
the diocese which has been erected in honour of our local patron. 
His own church of S. Pete^ (glorious even in its decay and dishonour) 
is now desecrated by strange ritef and novel services ; whilst his sacred 
shrine is a^hnpst an object ot di^rfspect, though it contains the relics 



CHURCHES, CHAFELS, &C, 41 

the common law of England, and all the best features of our con- 
stitution. In the ancient coronation oath our kings swore to observe 
the laws and constitutions of their " glorious predecessor S. Edward ;" 
and our sovereigns continue to receive '*S. Edward's crown'* before 
his shrine at Westminster. His sacred body is in the very midst of us, 
reposing not merely within the diocese, but in the city of Westminster, 
in which he died, and in his own church of S. Peier, — a lasting monu- 
ment to his memory, and of England's former devotion to the See of 
Peter. S. Edward occasionally resided at Romford (see a little book 
which has been published in aid of our undertaking), and he is still 
represented in a window of its ancient church. 

t Bbentwood, JIbt P^eUn*0. (1836-37.) Rev. Joseph da Silva 
Tavarcd, D.D. Mass on Sund at 9} for the Catholic soldiers of 
the Little Warley Barracks. High Mass and Serm at 11. V 
Catech and Bened at 3 in winter, and 3| in summer. On WDs 
Mass at 9 in winter, and 8} in summer. 

R. Chelvspord, Clfttttdl o( t^tlmmatnUU Conceytura. (2l8t 

Oct. 1847.) Rev. C. P. King (Missionary Rector). 

t Colchester, Priory-street, |bt Jfanus'f. (3d Dec. 1837.) 
Rev. C. Jul. Picquot, D.D. Mass on Sund at 11. Evng Serv 
at 7. On W Ds Muss at 9. On H Ds Mass at 8. 

R. t Inoatestone Hall. JS>Jb. €SfrconlDaRr imlr ^elrtllbrrgaf. 

Very Rev. Canon Last (Missionary Rector). 

New HaUj Chelmsford, Cl^pel of ^t f^olg Jbepuld^e Of Oitt 
ilatlr. Rev. F. Lythgoe and F. Brownbill. 

Stratford, Jjbjlb. l^d^itk attlT VmtmX Ire T$WXV%, (1815.) 
Rev. John Moore. 

t Thomdon Holly Brentwood. Rev. S. O'Carroll. 

t WiTHAM, Clfttttc) Of tje Jftolg ifamilg. (1851.) Rev. Wm. 
Raines. On Sund morns Devs Serm and Mass at 10|. Aftrn 
Prs and Catech at 2^, Evng Devs and Leo at 7. On W Ds 
Mass at 9. 

Walthamstow, Jbt. ilBreorge'ft. Rev. Plus Melia, D.D. 

Mass on Sund and H Ds, and on Wedn and Frids. On Suud 
Evng Serv with Benedic at 7 in summer and 3| in winter. There 
are Schools attached to this mission. 

Ecclesiaaticid Statistics of the Diocese, 

Priests ....... 129 

' [Nine of whom are at St. Edmund's College, one being 

pastor of the Congregation of Old Hall Green.] 
Churches and Chapels . . . . .56 

Communities (of men) : « . . , .5 

Passionists .... The Hyde. 
Fathers of the Oratory • . Brompton. 
I The Marist FaUicrs . • . St Anne's, SpicertSt,S|)italj&eldQT 



43 DIOCESE OF WE8TMJN8TKB. 

Convents {religioys women) : * • . • lid 

Order of St Benedict . , HaminersmitK. 
Order of the Good Shepherd . Uaminersmith. 
Order of the Petites Sceurs . Elmgrove, Jflammenqiitli, 
Order of the Holy Sepulchre , Newhall. 

{Isleworth. 
Somers-town, 
Hampstead. 
Tottenham.. 

Order of tbe Staters of Mercy . { ch^s^^"^"'^"'^ 

Order of the Holy Child Jesus . 5 Bentinck-st., Manchester-sq. 
Order of the Ursulines . , 8t Mary's, Moorfields. 
Order of St Francis ( Sd Order en- 1 1 3 Hilton- street, Loweivroad, 

closed) Rev. Mother, Mrs. Law J Islington. 
Order of the Sisters of our Lady of 1 1 Lowe? Grove, Brompton* 

Compassion . . . j London. 
Association of Ladies, under the name of Filles du Coeur de M^rie, 

Vicarage-place, Kensington, and St Mary'^ Westminster. 

Schools conducted by the Christian Brothers : « ,5 

Viz. — St Patrick's, Tudor-place. 
Somers-town. 
Associated, Gate-street, Lincoln 's-inn-ftelds. 

„ High -street, Marylebone. 

St Joseph's, Chelsea. 

Charitable Institutions : 

St Mary's Orphanage, for boys, at North Hyde ; ditto, for girls, 
at Vicarage-place, Kensington. 

St. Aloyaus's Orphanage, for boys, Somers-town. 

Reformatory School, Blythe House, Brook Green. 

St Joseph's Home for convalescent patients from 1 Vicarage- 
hospitals . . . . . . . • 1 place, 

St. Joachim's Home for converts, &c. * . . [ Hammev- 

St. Edward's Free School for girls and infants . . J smith. 

Home for Aged Females, PetUes Setars dm PmuftreSf Elm Tree 
House, Hammersmith. 

House of Mercy §or servants out of pWce, St Bdward's Convent, 
Bland ford- square. 

House of Refuge for Penitents, Convent of the Good Shepherd, ' 
Hammersmith. 

Institution for First Communion, Spitalfields. 

Industrial and other Schools, , ditfo. 

Industrial Sohc^pls also at Westminster, Queen-square, pioomsbury, 
and Barnet 

Almshouses at Brook Green, Chelsea, and Ingatestone. 

Catholic Literary Institutes : 

The Metropolitan Catholic Library, Bis'hopsgate. 
The Islington Popular Club. 
The Stratford Catholic Club. 

Churches in course of erection at Bayswater, Con)inercial*rofid, 
Poplar, Barnet, Romford, &c., and proposed to bf erec(e4 
in several other places. 



CQURCDBSy CUAPei«8| &C. ^9 



II. DIOCESE OF SOUTHWARR. 

ConipTeheiidin^ Siutey, Ber]rihire, HampsbiMi Kent, SufMiTt 
the Idands of Wight, Guernsey, Jenej, ftud the ftdjaeent 
itles. 

Population, 2,338,7^. 

PATRON SAINTS OF THE DIOCBSR. 

Our Blessed Lady, conceived without sin, 8th December. 
St. Thomas of Canterbury, B.M., 29th December. 
St. Augustine, Apostle i>f England, B.C., 26th May. 

Right Eev. Themav Grant, Bie^op; Consecrated Ji)ly 6^ 1851 f 
Residence, St. George's Church, St, George's Fieldf. Very 
R«F. £. Coj(, D.Dm Vicar^jQeaera}, Southampton. 

Cathedral Chapter. 
Very Rev, Thomas Doyle, D.D., Provost, 

Very Rev, M. A. Tiertiey, Penit. Very Rev. John Ringrote. 

James Holdstodc. ' ■ ' ' Edward Cox, DJ). 

— r Daniel Rock, D.D. : Peter CoMingridge. 

Timothy J. Reardon. John Crookall, D.D. 

Rich. North, D.P., -r — >. Thomas Bowman, 

Theologian. 



SURREY.— Population, 634,805. 

i *t. «efltje*« €«tijem:«l St. Geor^'i Fields. (1841-48.) 
Right Rev. Bishop Grant, Very Rev. Thomas Provost Do3ile, 
D.D»« Revy. Jeremiah Cotter, James Danell, and Abb6 Bissot. 

MoRNrNA Services. 

SuNDATs--r-lst Mass at 6|, with a Discourse in the Irish lan- 
eiiage; 2d, at 7}, with a Disc.; 3d, at 8|; and 4th, at 9|., 
iiigh M^s at II, and a Serm. 

Holidays qf OBi.ioAT{ON.T-lst Mass at 7; 2d, at 8; 3d,, 
at &; and 4th, at 10. High JVfass at 1], and a Sermon. 

Web&.Dats.— 1st Mass at 8; 2d, at 9; and 3d, at 10. 

Evening Services, 

Sukdats. — V Serm and Benedic at 6^. On HDs at 7i. 
Monday. — V. of the Dead, and Discourse, the first Monday 
of the month, at 8. 

Wbokbsdat. — Litany, Discourse, and Rosary, at 8. 
Thursday. — Litany, Discourse, and Benedic at 7i. 
Batpbday. — Litany in Procession at 8. 
VkipaT Evenings in Lent, Hhe Stations of the Passion at 8. 



44 DIOCESE or SOUTRWARK* 

On Ist Sat of month, Benedic after the Litany. Catech and 
Benedic at 3 on Sun d; at 11 on week mornings. 

Confraternities. — Of the B Sacrament ; of the S Heart of 
Jesus; of the Passion of our Lord; of the Rosary of the H and 
Immaculate Heart of the B V M, for the conversion of Sinners ; 
and of the H Guild of St. George and the B V/ or Confrater for 
the Dead. On Thurs morngs at 8 Mass is offered for the Confrat 
of the B Sacrament ; on Frid for that of the Sacred Heart of 
Jesus ; and on Sat for that of the H and Immac Heart of the 
B V M. The members of each Confrater assist, and there is a 
short Discourse. 

The Church is open all day for the faithful, from 6 in the 
morning (7 in winter) till the end of the evening services, except 
on Tues evenings, when it is closed at 6. 

Mass is offered every day in the Petre Chantry for the repose 
of the soul of the late Hon. Edward Petre. This is the/r«</oi*»- 
dation for the support of St. George's Church. 

Bequests to St, George's Church must he left to the "Trus- 
tees of St. George's Roman Catholic Church, St. George's-road, 
St. George's-iields, Southwark, in the county of Surrey." The 
debt upon the Church still presses heavily. 

t Bbrmondsey, Dockhead. Cltttd^ ttf^t fSlMt J^Ifi Crt« 
nits* ParkerU-row, (1834-35.) Very Revv. Peter Canon CoUing- 
ridge, Canon Thomas Bowman, and <Rev. James Laws. 

Mass on Sund at 8 and 10, and High Mass at 11. V and 
Ros at 6^. On H Ds Mass at 6, 8, and 10. In the aftm Ros at 
3^, and at night V at 8. On days of Dev Mass at 7|, 8, and 9 ; 
and at night Ros at 8. On other days. Mass at 7^ and 9. During 
Lent Compl on Wedn at 7 p.m. On all Frids Catechet Instruct 
at 7 P.M., followed by a short Service at 8. 

To this Church are attached /onr Confraternities, vie. of the M.H. 
Sacrament, of the Rosary, of Christian Doctrine, and of the Way of 
the Cross. The Catholic population attached to this Church is beyond 
9,000. It consists entirely of labouring people, whose poverty renders 
them incapable of defraying the necessary expenses of the Church. In 
this poor congregation the Chaplains are charged with the duty of 
attending four extensive woikhouses; the distressed objects of which 
look up to them not only for spiritual assistance, but also for pecuniary 
aid. In addition to a large School, conducted by the Religious of our 
Lady of Mercy, there are four other numerously-attended Schools, all 
of which entirely depend for support on the Pastors, who take this op- 
portunity of earnestly appealing to a generous public to assist them 
with the means of keeping open these Schools, and thus baffling the ma- 
lignant designs of the adversaries of truth, and rescuing the souls of 
these poor children from the danger of perversion, to which, alas ! they 
are so fearfully exposed. (5m the public jour nah,) Any assistance for 
the Poor or the Schools will be most gratefully received by the Right 
Reverend Bishop Ura?}t ^nd by th? reverend CbaplainSf \ PftrK^r'Sv 



CUDRCIIE8| CHAPEt8| &C. 45 

RoTHERiiiTHE, Stroud CoUoge, Trinity-road, Served from 
Bermondscy. Mass on Sund at 10|. Aftern Serv at 3. 

A new and very destitute mission well deserving of support. 

t Clapham. Cljiircl^ of our ImmacvMt ilal^ nt VitUttin. 

^Consecrated Oct. 1852.^ Served by the Redemptorist Fathers, 
kobert A. Coffini Louis Buggenoms, John Vanderaa, William 
Piunkett, aud Edmund Vaughan. 

Stinday. — Mass at 5| and 7; 9, Mass and Instruct; ll. High 
Mass and Serm. At 4 p.m. Catechet Instruct; at 6\f Ros, Serm, 
and Benedic. 

Solidays.'-^Maaa at 5|, 7, 8^, and 11 High Mass and Serm, 
Roii, Serm and Benedic at 7 p.m. in winter aud 7| in summer. 

Week-days^ — ^Mass at 5|, 6, 7, and 8|. 

Wedn evng, — Ros and Benedic at 7 in winter, 7\ in summer. 

S€U evny, — ^The Little Rosary Immac Concept, Disc on the 
B Virgin, and Benedic at 7. 

On 25th of each Month, Devs to the Infant Jesus, and 
Benedic at 7 p.m. in winter and 7i in summer. 

This Church is open daily from 5§ a.m. till 8§ p.m., except 
from 12 till 2 on WDs, and from 1 till 3 on Sund and HDs. 

The Redemptorist Fathers, besides giving public Missions 
and Retreats, also receive in their house those of the Clergy or 
Lai^ who desire to make the Spiritual Exercises in private. 

The Confraternity of the Holy Family is established in this 
Church. The Division of Men meets in the Church every Mond 
evng at 7} in winter and 8 in summer. 

t Croydon, g^t iBtttp*% CJf^S^tt (1841.) Served from Nor- 
wood for the present. On Sund Mass at 11, with Instruct; 
Catechet Instruct at 5 ; Benedic at 6. Mass on WDs in summer 
at 7|, and in winter at 8. 

Clakemont, Rev. Abb6 Guelle. 

Kin oston-on-Th AMES, J^t SCaptael. Rev. J. Ainsworth. 

Manor House, Kennington Lane^ Rev. F. Maurice. 

MiTCHAM. Served from Croydon. 

MoRTLAKE, Ci^tc) of l^t. tSiaxj^ Magtralme. (1852.) Rev. 

J. 6. Wenham. On Sund Mass at 8 and 10|. V at 4, in winter 
at 6. On WDs Mass at 8, in winter at 81. Benedic on HDs 
andThursat 7 p.m. 

A Cemetery is attached to the Church. 

Peckham, ^^vx Hal^ of IBoIOtttS. (Foundation-stone laid on 
17th Oct. 1855.) Rev. Fathers Emidius and Antony. 

This important Mission has assumed a new phase by the laying ofthe 
foundation-stone of iu Church. The charity ofthe Faithful is earnestly 
requested towards its erection. Contributions will be thankfully received 
by tbe Right Rev. Bishop Grant ; by the Revv. FF. Antony and Emidius ; 
by James Gilbert, Esq., 2 Devonshire Grove, Old Kent Road, Peckham, 
London ; and by the Very Rev, Canon North, Croom't HSU| Greenwich. 



40 piOCiiSK OF SOUTIIWARK. 

Norwood, (Toitbmt Of Oltr lUlrg ottje (Dt^'t^nfL Revv. Abb6 
D. M. Vesqiie, Abbe David, and J. B. Morel. On Sund. Mas« 
at 6 in summer and 6 J in winter. High Mass and Instruct at 
11. V at 2|. Benedic and Instruct at 7 in summer and 6 in 
winter. On WDs Mass at 6 in summer and 6 J in winter. 

The Religious Ladies have opened a day school, where the ehildreti 
of the congregation are received from 9 to 4 o'clock, 

ft Richmond, Vineyard, Surrey, $t 0f£|{llirt9'f. Rev. 
John Tilt. 

Carrington Lodge, Richmond. Very Rev, James Canon 
Holdstock. 

RoEHAMPTON, ©ottbmt ot tjc ftactelT f^zwci of ^estm. Right 

Rev. Dr. Morris, Bishop of Troy. 

Wandsworth, Jbt C^omas Of CT^tttolltiriJ'fl. (1847.) Rev. 
Daniel Brosnan. High Mass on Sund at 11. On HDs Mass at 
11. Benedic on Frid at 7\ p.m. On Sund at 6J. 

The Wandsworth House of Correction attended by this Mission. 

Wimbledon, Wressil Lodge. Served from Wandsworth. 

SouTHWARK, Webb-street. Rev. F. Lawrence, O.C. On 
Sund Mass at 6, 9, 10, and 11. Catecb at 3. Evng Serv at 7» 
with Ros, Serm and Benedic* Thurs Evngs at 8, Devs of the 
Confrat of the Precious Blood, with Serm and Benedic. Ros every 
evng at S. Confessions heard in German and English on Frid 
imd Sat Evngs from 6. St« Thomas's and Guy's Hospitals 
attended. 

This is one of the poorest and roost destitute Missions in London, 
being exclusively composed of the labouring Irish. The present tem- 
^rary Chapel is not near large enough, and must, besides, ver^r likely 
in a short time be given up, and therefore a new Church is much 
wanted. A Boys' and Girls' School is established; but both are in a 
sad state for want of books, maps, &c., as the School depends mainly 
on the scanty means of the Mission. Any charitable donations for th€ 
poor, the Chapel, or the School, most thankfully received by the Right 
Rev. I)r Grant, Bishop of Southwark, St. George's, St Oeoige's- 
fields, and the local Clergy of New Western- street, Borough. 

f Sutton-Place, three miles from Guildford. ReJi^. E* Contiaty. 
Weybridge, S)t. ^Ijatlw ISoti-omei^'fJ. (18S5.) ftev. John 
McDonald. Mass on Sund at 11, and on HDs at 10. 
Reiqate, Hooley Lodge, Rev. Dr. Reftiaud. 

BERKSHIRE.— Population, 199,154. 

t Reading, Abbey Ruins, |bt. JIatlWtf'ft Clfturt!). (1837-40.) 
Very Rev. John Canon Ringrose. 

Abingdon. A church will be opened in 1856. 

t Buckland, Farringdon, Jbt. iSeotge'e. (1845-46.) Rev. 
Francis Gauci Azzopardi. 

t C/ewer 6rr^«n, Windsor. Rev. Augustus Applegath. Mass 
ion Sttud lit ^\ and U> and on WDs at 10. Aftn Serv at 3. 



CUUBCHBSy CHArKI>S| &c» 47 

t Ea9i Hendred, Wantage, Jbt JfO^lt t|f l^^i$\ flltH j^t 
fltor«Rlr>. (13th century.) Rev. Thomas Richardson. 

Newhuby. Served from Woolhampton. MaM on ^und and 
H Ds at 10|. Ahn Serv at 3i. On W Ds Mass at 9. Aftn Serv 
at 3|, 

t Woolkawptofif Newbury, |bt 43«rfi'«. (1847-4$.) Rev, 
R. S. Hodgson and Very Rev. John Canon GrookalL Mass on 
Sund at 10|, and on HDs a^ 9. Aftn S«rv fit di« Mass oi| 
WPsata. 

HAMPSHIRE, or SOUTHAMPTON.— Pop. 402,033. 

t Winchester, St, Peters Street, |^t 9^tnr'S. (Oth Dec. 
1792.) Rev. Igi\atius Collingridge* 

;;- Convent, Bishop's House, Rev. J. Alberry. 

f Brockhamptony Havant. (About 1756.) Rev. A. Ritort. 
On Sund find HPs Mass at 10 ; on WDs at 8|. Aftn Serv on 
Sund at 3, vith Ros. 

Burton Qreen, Christchurcfa, Jjbt. ftttgit0tiae'0. (1812.) Rev. 
L. Byron. Mass on Sund and H D at 10. £vng Serv at 3. 

f GospoRT, Middle-street, S^X. ^ars'S. (A.bout 1750.) Rev. 
A. M. Baldacconi, LL.D. 

On Sund Mass at 9 and 11. On HDs and WDs Mass at 9. 
V on Sund and HDs with Catechet Instruct and Benedic at 6. 
Ros on Mond, Wed, Frid and Sat at 7. Ros and Instruct every 
Evng in Lent at 7. 

Sotletph Grange, Box ley. Rev. William MacHarron, 

Uiyhhridgej Winchester. (About 176G.) Rev. Joseph 
Alberry. Mass at 1 0. 

♦f PoRTSEA, gt. Jlojn's* Prince George-street. (About 
1793.) Rev. Henry Philips. 

Elm Cottage, Lymington. (About 1802.) Rev. John 
Milner. 

t Southampton, Bugle-street, Sbt. JfO0ej|!)*0 Crjapel. (1830.) 
Very Rev* Edward Canon Cox, D.U.," V G, and Rev, R. 
Mount. 

Mass on WDs at 8, on Sund at 9 and 11, on HDs at 8 
and 10. Ros and Benedic on Thurs at 7. 

f TUhbome, Alresford. Rev. Eugene Reardon, 

Testbourne, Totton. Served oecasionally from Southamp- 
ton, (Letters care of S. B. Harper, Esq.) 

Aldbrshott Camp. V Rev. Monsignore Virtue^ 

t Isle of Wight, Cowes, Jbt. Cl^Oinas of Caittetittrs'C. 
(1798.) Rev. Joseph Bower. 

f . i . M- Nwjport, Sbt €%awm at €9mMbnrrf%. 

(1791.) Rev. Thomas W. Fryer. 

On Sund Maes for the military at 9J ; High Mass at i to 11. 



48 DIOCESE OF SOUTRWARK. 

Catech with English Prayers at 2|. V with Nt Prayers and an 
Instruct at 6^ On H Ds Hiffh Mass at 10, and V at 6|. Mass 
on WDs at 9 in winter, and at ^ to 7 during rest of the year. 
Connp on Wed evngs in Lent and Adv at 6|. The Stations of 
the Cross every Frid in Lent, and on first Frid of the month at 
7 P.M. Ros on Feasts of the B V M and on days of Dev at 7h p*m. 

iJydf, Jbt ^ftOTir'S. (1846.) Rev. John 

Telford. On Sund Mass at 8, and High Mass at 10^. V &c. 
at 3. On HDs High Mass at 9^ V Benedic &c. at 7^ On 
WDi Mass at 9, Special services in Lent and Advent. 



KENT.^Population 619,207, 

Ash FORD, served from Calehill. 

It would he veiy desirahle to have a Priest in this increasing town for 
the henefit of the Catholics who are there, or of others who may come 
to the neighhoiurhood. Subscriptions will be received by the Bishop, 
and by the Priest at Calehill. 

t Canterbury, HaleVplace, |^t. Jbtep^en'tf. Rev, J. Sidden* 

Calehill, Charing. Rev. Dr. OToole. 

t BromptoUf Chatham. Rev. William Morley. 

Chisblhurst. (1852.) Rev. William Todd, D.D. On Sund 
and Feasts of Oblig Communion at 8 and 9|. High Mass and 
Serm at 10. Ros Serm and Benedic at 4 p.m. On ^at Ros and 
Benedic at 7 p.m. On 1st Sund in each month the Prs of the 
Confrat of the Bona Mors will be said Aftrn instead of the Ros. 
On the 3d Sund in each month Public Catechising after the Ros. 
The Devs of the Stations of the Cross will be occasionally per- 
formed on Sund Afln in place of the Ros and Sermon, also upon 
other days, of which notice will be given. Confess will be heard 
on Sat from 6 p.m. ; on Sund from 7 till 9| a.m., and at other 
times when necessary. Mass on all WDs at 8. 

t Craypord, S>t 4ilar5'0 nt t^t Crags. (1842.) Rev. 
D. Donovan. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11, and on WDs at 9. 
Evng Serv at 6|. 

Contributions to the new School and Presbytery will be thankfully 
received by the Bishop and Pastor. 

Deal. (1842.) Military Station, Officiating Chaplain to 
the troops, Rev. Robert Simpson. 

DsPTFOROy Ctluirrt 0( tit flNfttW^tton. (1844.) Rev. J. £. 
North. 

f Dover, Queen Elizabeth-square. Rev. Joseph Savage. 

f Gravbsend, Milton-road, |^t Jfolfttt ttf £tNI1l0eIt«r«. Rev. 
Michael Driscoll. 

N.B. This mission, which begins to rise ftom its difficulties, will 



CHURCRBl, CHAPBLly &C. 49 

require much extraneous help for three or four years, when it is hoped 
it will support itself. Alms earnestly solicited for the establishment of 
a convent and schools. 

f Greenwich, ®(itrd| Ot Ottt WMp SbiOX of t|( Ibes. (Con- 
•eerated 1852.) Very Rev. Richard Canon North, D.D. ; Revv. 
John Norris and Charles Tnnstall. Mass on Sund at 7|| 9, and 
11. V at 6, with Disc and Benedic. On W Ds Mass at 9. On 
days of Dev Mass at 8 and 9. First Thurs of the month Benedic 
at 7i P.M. 

f Margate, Prospect-place, Sbt SlltgUftill^f. (1804.) Rev. 
Thomas Costigan. 

Ramsoate, Jbt ^ntwOnff, Rev. O. Chevalier. 

On Sund High Mass at 10|| and Serm. V at 3, with Benedic 
and Instruc. Ros and Catech at 6. On H Ds High Mass at 10|, 
y at 6, with Benedic. On W Ds Mass at 8i. On Thurs Benedic 
at 6. On Sat Confessions from 4 p.m. 

t iSAeempM, Miletown, Jbt. VatriciC'tt. (1821.) Rev. Michael 
Conway Mass on W Ds bt 9|, on Sund at 10|. Catech Instruc 
£vng Prayers with Benedic at 3. 

TuNBRiDOB Wells, J^t Altgusttltf'tt. (1838.) Rew. William 
Rowe and Joseph Lazenhy. 

t Woolwich, Neuhroad, Jbt. Vftnr'0. (1842-43.) Rev. C. 
Coles. Mass oh Sund at 8| and 11. Vat 6|. (His Holiness 
Pius IX. has granted a Plenaiy Indulgence in this Church on all 
festivals of SS. Peter and Paul.) 

Temporary chapels will be opened at Hjrthe and Folkestone when 
means are found to maintain a priest. A chapel has already been 
taken at Hythe. 



SUSSEX.— Population 339,428. 

Arundel. Very Rev. Mark Canon Tiemey, F.R.S., F.S.A. 

f Brighton, Upper James-street, g^t. Join tte ISayttSffi. 
(1835.) Very Rev. Timothy Canon Reardon, Rew. H. Rymer 
and Joseph Simpson. Mass on Sund at 8, 10, and 11 ; Catech 
Inst and JBenedic at 3 ; V, Serm, and Benedic at 7. On HDs 
Mass at 8, High Mass at 11, Benedic at 3, and V and Benedic 
at 7. Mass on WDs at ^.to 8 in summer and 8^ in winter. 

BurUm Park, Petworth. Rev. Peter Coop. 

Chichester, J^t l^i^vV%, Souih^streeU Rev. John F. 
Wilkinson. 

f Hastings and St. Leonard's, flll |bOUlf\ Rew. John 
Bott and John Bamber. 

Horsham. Served from West Grinstead. 

MiDHURST. Rev. Francis Rowland. (Direct Easebourne, 

Petworth.) , , m. v 

t Slindon House, near Arundel. Rev. John Sbeehan. 



50 0IOCEBil OP iOtftttWAttK* 

Wesi^ ORtMstBAD. Rev. Qeorg« Pringle. 

IflLAWD of Gnermey (Pop. 53,^45), S*. PfEitite Port, |bt 
JIO0eil1t'0 an^ Jbt Mars'g. (185l.) Rew. Amadeus Oaide2 and 
Edmund TitnstalL 

Mass on Sund a< 8» High Ma^l yrith S«rm at 10|. Cateeb 
at a. y with ^9Xik\ and 3en^ie at 6|« Mass dail^ at 8^ iit 
vifiter at 8^. On Tburi Benddio at 6|. Other Dev8 on Feaat- 
dayS). in Lent and Adv^ 

Island of Jersey (Pop. 57,155), St. Helier, Vanxhall^ 
street (English chapel), ibt Setrr'B. (1843.) Rev. J, McCarthy. 

(French chapel). Rev. Abb6 MorlaU. 

Island of Afd^rney (Pop. 3,333). Mission of St. Anu and 
St« Maiy Magdalene. Rev. P, H. Van de Voordt^ 



Ecclesiastical StatMcs 6f tht Diocese, 
Priests . . . . . . .81 

Churches, Chapels, and Stations ; . . 1 74 

Jleligious House (of men) : 

Redemptorists GUphalm 

Convents (religious iromen) : . . , . 1^ 

Order of the Sacred Heart . . . Boehamptoo, 
Order of St. Benedict . , ♦ Winchester. 
Order of the Holy Child Jesus. . St. Leonard's-on-Sea. 
Order of Our Lady of Norwood, ferT ^^ , 

the care of P«male Orphans . . / ^ orwooa. 

'Order of Notre Dame . . . | pi* 5'°'^^''- 

I Ulapnam. 

Order of the Sisters of Mercy . . | Bn^^^n^.^^* 

Order of the Sisters of the Christian "1 x?- • x 
Eetreat . . . , , |K«iiungton. 

Dames de la Retraite, Jefsey,- 
iSisterhood of Charity^ Gi^eenvioh« 

FiUes.de Marie* St. Anne's Home* Clapham« who have under theii; 
direction St. Anne's Home for Ser^vants^ 

In course of erection : Schools- at Gireenlnrich, Pi-esbytery at St.- 
Leonard^s, And Presbytery at Abmgdon. Chapel at Peekham, en*- 
largement of the Church at Gosport. 

Chureh at GJiichestet opened. 

New Missions opened at Hooley Lodge (Reigate), Botleigh Gxtftfif^i 
Peokhanif and WimhIado|i, 



CHURCHES, CHAPEtS, &C. 51 



III. DIOCESE OF HEXHAM. 

Comprehending Cumberland, Durham, Northumberland, and 
Weatinpreland.— Population 968,934. 

FATRON SAINTS OF THE DIOCESE : 

St. Cuthbert, 20th March. 
Got Blessed Lady, conceived without Sin, 8th Dee. 
Right Rev. WILLIAM HOGARTH, Bishop. Consecrated 
Aug. 24, I84S. Translated from Samosata, Sept. 29, 1850. Re- 
sidence, Darlington, 

Very Rev. William Fletcheh, IVoVost and Vicar-Gene- 
ral, D.D., Durham. 

. CATH^ftn^ Chapter. 

Very Rev. William Fletcher, D.D., Very Rev. Ralph Piatt, Canon 
V.G., Provost Penitentiary. 

Thos. Augustine Slater. Robert Smhhw 

■■ Jos. Bi^owti, senior. -■ ^ Michael Gibson, 
— Philip Kearney. Canon TheoU, S.T.P., D.D. 

■ Wflliam Knight. — ■ Wm. Thompson* 

■ Nicholas Brown. ** " Joseph Humble. 

N.B, The pnfix R. denotes that the Church U a Missionary Rectory. 



CUMBERLAND.— Population 195,487. 

R. t Carlisle, Lowther-street, ftt. JUatl^il SOCfi Jbt Jowpft'fl. 
RevT. Luke Curry and J. George Flint. 

Cleator, |bt ISeffflT^tf. Whitehaven. Rev. W. Holden, O.S.B. 
CocKERMouTH. (1847.) Rev. Robert OrrelL 

The Catholics of this town .are compelled, for want of better acoom- 
modation, to assemble fbt divine worship in a hay-loft open to the tile^, 
and immediately over public stables. Land has been purchased for a 
new Church ; funds are still wanting } biit thr new Church will ba 
immediately commenced. 

MARYFoRt, S>t IPattitiCfl. (1847.) Rev. Francis Williams, 
O.S.B. 

Penrith, Sbt <ttatterine'«. (1850.) Very Rev. Robert Canon 
Smith. Mass on Sund and HDs at 10|. 

IVarwickhridge, CarMe, St>t MaW^. (1841.) Rev. William 
Ryan, O.S.B, 

t Whitehaven, ftt <®ttgjrt»*fl. (1834.) Revv. Thos. M. 
Shepherd, P. Leavy, and Edward B. Pafllet, O.S.B. 

t WioTON, gt. ©UtPcrt'ft. (1837.) Very Rev. Cation Nicho^ 
las Brown. Mass on Simd at lOi. Attn Prayers »t 6. Mask on 
HDs at 7; WDs at 8. 

New Schools have been erected. - ' 



52 DI0C£S£ OP HEXHAM* 

f WoitKiNOTON, Sbt 0Litiail% Rev. Cutbbert Clifton, O.S.B. 
Mass on Sund and H Ds at 10, and V at 6}. 



DURHAM.— Population 411,532. 

R. it Durham, J^t €xA%l$tV^. (1827.) Very Rev. Provost 
Fletcher, VG, D.D. 

Barnard Castle, |bt 4Sar8'0. (1847.) Rev. W. F. Allen. 
BiHley, Fence Houses, Durham, J^t JfOfiqifg. (1842-43.) 
Rev. J. Swale, O.S.B. 

Bishop Auckland, ^t USAilMf^. (22d July, 1845; 12th 
Oct., 1847.) Rev. Richard Singleton. 

t Broanu, Gateshead. Rev. Francis Kearney. 
Carmel Hotue^ Convent, Darlington. Very Rev. Joseph 
Canon Brown. 

Crooke, Darlington. Rev. S. Rooke. 
f Croxdale Heul, Durham. Rev. John Smith. 
R. t Darlington, Paradise-row, J^t AttgitStttK'f. (1827.) 
Right Rev. the Lord Bishop ; Rev. Thos. Smith, chaplain. On 
Sund and HDs Mass at 10. Evng prayers at 6, Instruc at 1|. 
R. f Eth Laude, Durham. Very Rev. Canon Thompson. 
Mass at 10. Aftem serv at 3. 

The Felling, Gateshead, g^t Vatridt'0 e^^aptl (1841.42.) 
Rev. John Kelly. 

Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On HDs at a quarter to 9. 
Catech at 2 and V at 6. 

Oainford, Darlington. Rev. Thos. Witham. 
Gateshead, HHx 3la^ OSllr J^i WHlfttH'f. Served from St. 
Mary's Cathedral. Ground has heen purchased, and with the aid 
of the charitahle a church will foe built. 

R. ft Hartlepool, dtttci ot t^t immacttlffte Cotieeyttoit. 
(1851 .) Very Rev. William Canon Kniffht. 

On Sund Mass at 10|. Catech and Instruct at 3« Evng 
ierv at 6|. V and Benedic Ist Sund of the mouth. . 
Boys* and Girls' Schools. 

Houghton-le-Spring, ^t ^itlaers. (1837.) Rev. A. 
Watson. 

R. t Hution Hottse, Castle Eden, HbJb. V^tei: avitt VauI. (1825.) 
Very Rev. T. A. Canon Slater. 

Seaham Harbour. A new station between Sunderland and 
Hartlepool, served from Sunderland. 

t Sedgefield, Ferry Hill, Jbt JfOtt^i'S. Rew William Mark- 
land. Mass at 10 and Evng Prayers at 6, here and at Thomleyy 
on alternate Sunds. 

R. t Stella^ Newcastle-on-Tyne, S>t fSULt^ weUH |bt CjftOIIIM 
ftqiuinaf '. (1831.) Very Rev. Ralph Canon Piatt, 

New Schools haye been opened. 



tliURCRES, CHAPELS, &C. 53 

t Stockton-upon-Tees, Jbt. ^fftfi'd. (1842.) Rev. Joseph 
Cullen. 

t South Shields, ^t l^tW%. (1849.) Rev. E. Jos. Kelly. 

R. f Sunderland, JM ^aru'tf, midge-8t. (1835.) Very Rev. 
Philip Canon Kearney, Revv. John Bamber and Francis Kirsopp. 

Thomley, Ferrv Hill, ^i, iSolrm'ft. (1850.) Rev. W. 
Markland. Mass at 10, and Afcn Prayers here at 6, and at 
Sedgefield on alternate Sundays. 

Ushaw College, Durham, ftt. CutHiiert'd. RigJit Rev. Monsig. 
Charles Newsham, D.D. 

t Wolsingham. (1849.) Jbt CJomatf Of Catttiriitttfi'tf . Rev. 
Thomas Wilkinson, jun. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10^. Aftn serv at 3. Benedic 
at 6^. On W Ds Mass at 8. 



NORTHUMBERLAND.— Population 303,535. 

+ Hexham, Jbt. iHar2)'0. Rev. Michael Singleton. 

f J Nevtcastle-on-Tynb, Cathedral Church op Jjbt. iHflftJ, 
(1844.) Very Rev. Joseph Canon Humble, and Revv. George 
J. Lloyd Cra\?ley, and Very Rev. Canon H. Thrower. 

Mass every morng at 8. On Sund at 8 and 9. High Mass 
at 10.45. On HDs Mass at 8 and 10. Catech on Sund at 3; 
Baptisms at 4 ; V and Benedic at 6^. On Thurs Benedic at 8. 

The Confessionals attended on Wed morng at 10 and on Frid 
and Sat aftns at A\. 

Confraternities. — The M H Rosary; the Holy Guild of the 
B V M and St. Joseph ; the Society of the B V M and St. Eliza- 
beth for visiting the Sick ; the Association of the Sacred Heart of 
Mary for the conversion of Sinners; the Brotherhood of St, 
Vincent of Paul. 

t Newcastlb-on-Tynb, l^t ^n^retD'0. (1841.) Revv. Joseph 
A. Browne and Tobias Bolton. 

Mass on WDs at 8 J, and on Sund at 8, 8|, 9 (for Schools 
only), and High Mass at 11 ; Catech a quarter to 3 ; Baptisms 
at 31. Comp with Lect and Benedic at 6, from 1st Oct. to 1st 
May, and at 7 from 1st May to 1st Oct. On H Ds Mass at 8| 
and 10, Benedic at 7. 

Confessionals attended on Tues and Frid morngs at 10, and 
on Sat from 2 to 4 and 6 to 10 p.m. 

Confrat of M H Rosary, the Guild of the BVM and St. 
Joseph, and the Brotherhood of St. Vincent of Paul. 

Amble. Served by Rev. J. S^ Rogerson, from Longhorsley. 

t Alnwick, S^t MatS'0. (8th Sept. 1836.) Rev. Joseph 
Gibson. 

t BelUngham, Hexham, a>t. ©fitoa^'H. (1839.) Rev. E. 
Hothersall. 



04 DIOCMS OF HKXBAlf. 

t Bkrwick-upok-Tweed, ^ur fk ftalry mib 91 €nt%htTt:%, 

Ravensdown-street. (1829.) Rev. Thomas Hanegan. 

t BiddUtton, Rothbury. Rev. Thomas Hogget. 

Callaly Castle, Whittingham. Rev. T. Ord. 

iX Cheesehum Gtangty Newcastle. Rev. Edward Gosford. 

t Cotvpen, Morpeth, J^t. €«t|ifrf0. (1841.) Rev. James 
Burchall, O.S.B. 

Ellingham, Alnwick. Rev, George Meynetl. 

Felton Park, Felton. Rev. Samuel Day, O.S.B. 

t Haggerstone Castle, Berwick-upon-Tweed, ^«r l^UkS*tf anil 
Jbi Cutfliiirrf 0. Very Rev. Monsignor Charles Eyre. 

f Longhorsley and Witton Shields, Morpeth. (1841.) Rev. 
J. S, Rogerson. 

Minsteracres, Newcastle-on-Tyne. (1834.) Rev. Jotepli 
Watson, 

t Morpeth, J^t. Stoiiert'd HLhht^, Rev. George A. Lowe, 
O.S.B. 

Mass on Sund at 10 J. On HDs at 9. Aflern Prayers at 
3 during summer, and from first Sund in Adv until Easter Sund 
at 6 P.M. On days of Dev Mass at 8|, and on W Ds at 8 in 
summer, and 8^ in winter. 

R. t North Shields, ^t. €tlt|tot*«. (1817-21.) Revv, 
Thomas Gillow and J. W. Bewick. Mass on Suud at 8^ and 
10^. On H Ds at 8 and 10. On W Ds at 9. 

Seatom Delaval. a new Mission, served from Cowpen. 

Swinburne Castle, Hexham. Rev. Peter AUansoni O.S.B. 

t Thropton Hall, Rothhury, SlU S^ainW. Rev. Jannea Huh- 
hersty. 

Wall Knowl, Jbt l^trtdt'fl. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Served from 
St. Andrew's. Mass at 10 on Sund. 

Walker. A new mission will shortly he commenced here^ 
half-way between Newcastle and Shields. 

WooLBR. St. Ninian's Mission House* (1847.) Revv. 
James Chad wick, Edward Consitt, and Robert Suffield, 



WESTMORELAND. -Population, 58,380. 

DoDDiNG Green. Vacant. 

R. t Kendal. Revv. T. Wilkinson and James Gibxon« 



RURAL DEANERIES AND DEAKS. 

Vicariate of St. Maiiy IhMaculatk. 

Newcastle Gateshead Cowpen 

North Shields Stella Seaton Delavftt. 

Very Rev. Ralph Piatt, Canon Penitentiapy, JDmh. 



CHUKCnes, CHAPRLl, &c. 55 

Vicariate or St. Cuthbsiit. 

Durham. 
Sunderland-bridge Bishop Auckland Sbotley Bridge 
£ah Laude Wolsingham Crooke. 

Brooms 

Very Rev. William Fletcher, V. G., Dnm. 



ViCARIATfl OF St. JoHH or BEVERLtY. 

Hexham Minsteracres Cheesebume- 

Swiobume Castle Bellingham Grange. 

Rev. Edward Hothersall, Dean. 

Vicariate op St. Bede. 

Sunderland Felling Shore Hough ton-le- Spring. 

South Shields Birtlej 

Very Rev. Philip Canon Kearney, Dean, 



VfCARiATB OP St. Hixda. 

Stockton Hartlepool Sedgefield-cum- 

Darlington Hutton House Tliornley 

Barnard Castle Gainford Carmel House. 

Very Rev. Thomas A. Canon Slater, Dean, 



Vicariate op St. Herbert. 
Carlide Penrith Wigton. 

Kendal Warwick Bridge 

Rev. Wflliam Ryan, O.S.B., Dean. 



Vicariate of St. Gregory, 

Whitehaven-cum-Cleator Workington 

Cockermouth Maryport. 

Rev. William Holden, O.S.B., Dean, 



Vicariate op St. Paulinus. 

Thropton Biddleston Longhorsley 

Callaly Castle Morpeth Felton. 

Rev. Samuel Day, Dean, 



Vicariate op St. Ninian, 

Alnwick Ellingham Wooler 

Berwick-on-Tweed Haggerstone Castle Amble. 

Very Rev. Monsignor C. Eyre, Dean. 



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56 DIOCESE OF BBXHAM. 

Ecclesiastieal StatUties of the Diocese 

Priesta -f ^^ *^® Mission . 
\ At Ushaw College 

Churches and Chapels 61 

College (St. Cuthbert's, Ushaw) 1 

Convents (Religious Women) 3 

Order of St. Teresa, at Mount Camiel, Darlington. 
Order of the Sisters of Mercy, at Sunderland. 

Ditto ditto at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Charity Schools .15 

One at Newcastle for boys. School at Sunderland for girls, con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Additional schools for boys and girU 
are much wanted in Newcastle. Boys' school in Sunderland conducted 
by Brothers of the Presentation. 

Opened. 

A new Church at Gainford, Darlington. 

A new Chapel and Convent at Newcastle for Sisters of Mercy, with 
Schools for poor girls. 

A new Chapel and Convent for the Poor Clares, now at Scorton, to 
be transferred to Darlington. 

A new Mission at Seaham Harboiu:. 



A new Church erected at Black Hill, Shetley Bridge, Gateshead. 
A new Church commenced at Cockermouth. 
A new Church is in course of erection at St. Niuian's, Wooler. 
A new Church is in course of erection at Felton, Northumberland. 
New Schools built at Stella, and at Wigton, Cumberland. 
Schools enlarged and improved at Darlington. 
Ground purchased, and new Schools to be built at Bishop Auck- 
land. 



CHURCHBa, CHAPELS, &C. U7 

IV. DIOCESE OF BEVERLEY. 

Comprehending Yorkshire. 
Population, 1,788,767. 

Patron Saints of the Diocese. 
The Blessed Virgin Mary. 
St. John of Beverley, 2oth of October. 

^'?oL^®''- "^9^^ BRIGGS, Bishop; consecrated June 29. 
1833; translated from Trachis, Sept. 29, 1850. Residence. 
York.. ' 

Very Rev. Joseph Render, Vicar-General. 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. Joseph Render, Pro- Very Rev. George Heptonstell. 

^^^ ^ _ Robert Thompson. 

James Piatt. John Thompson, 

Edward Crane. Penitentiary. 

• ^ , Robert Tate, D.D., Richard A. Browne. 

Theologian, Thomas Harrison. 

John Walker. 



Beverley, S>t. Jfoljn'i. Rev. Henry Walker. 

tJ York, S>t WHlttiSfH, Little Blake-street. Very Rev. 
Provost Render, V.G.; Revv. James Hostage and Joseph Geary, 
On Sund. and H.Ds. Mass at 8J and lOj. V. at 6J. 

Jbt. George's. (1849-50.) Served from St. Wilfrid's. 

Convent. Very Rev, John Canon Thompson, • 

\Aberford, Milford Junction, Rev, Thomas Atkinson. 

AUkew, Bedale. Rev. Joseph Sherwood. 

t Ampleforth College, York, Jbt lLatornice'«. Rev. P. M. 
Anderson. 

\X Barnsley, Rolj? €rO08. (1832.) Rev. H. J. Cooke. 
Battey-cum-BirstaUy Dewsbury. Rev. James Wells. 

This Mission was opened in 1853, and numbers about 600 Catholics. 
A chapel and school much wanted. 

t Bishop Thornton^ Ripley, Leeds. Very Rev. James Canon 
Piatt. 

t Bradford, |bt ill«t«'«. (1825.) Very Rev. Thomas 
Canon Harrison, Revv. Timothy O'Connell and John Power. 

Bradford. Sbt |(0«epj% Queen-street, Manchester-road. 
Served from St. Marie's. 

*t. Vatricft's. (Opened July 13, 1852.) Revv. Tho- 

mas Lynch and Stephen W^ls. 

Bramley. Rev. Joseph M'Phillips. 

Brand^if Hall, York. Served from Ampleforth. 



^$ DIOCBSE OP BEVSRLBT. 

f Brouffh Hall, C&tterick, Sbt9ftu\inu%*9. (1834-37.) Rev. 
Walter Clifford. 

Broughton Hail, Skipton. Rev. Andrew Barrow. 
Burghwallis, Doncaster. • Served from Don caster. 

t Carfton, Selby, S>t. ^8ar»'fi. (1841-42.) Very Rev. George 
Canon Hep ton stall. 

Clare (Si,) Convent, Scorton, Oatteriek. Rev. R. Kellet. 

t Clifford, Tadcaster. C^tlte) Of *t. €BW»attr, ttittg onlT €im:s 
fWMt. (1841-48.) Rev. Edward L. Clifford. 

Mast on Sund and HDs at 10. V at 8. MaM on Fea«ts of 
Dev at 9, and on WDs at 8^. Devs of the 7 My»terie> of the 
Precious Blood, on Frid at 6 p.m. Rob on Sat at 8 p.m. 

A branch of the Young Men's Society established here. 

St. Joseph's Convent of 0ttr ILol^S 0f ^rtCS in Clifford. 

f Crathorne (cum Yarm). 

Dewsbury, ibt. Sflttlmufi'tf. (1849.) Rev. Edward 0*Leary. 

t Doncaster, Jfet. Vtttt*B* (1833.) Rev, Robert Gibson* 

Easingwold. Rev. John Dowding. 

fEgton Bridge, Grosmont, York, J^t. JS^ettWd. Rev. A« 
Macartney. 

t Everingham, Hay ton, Ibt. ^ars*d. (I83d.) Rev. FF. 
Joseph Arnoux and Patrick Hickey. 

The Grange, Pontefract, CJurrJ o( tje SbacrelT l^eattof JfeSUtt. 
Very Rev. Robert Canon Thompson. 

f Halifax, St. Ittafg's. Rev. Matthew Kaven&gh. 

f Hazeluood Hall, Tadcaster, ^t. H^Aarlr'ft. (1286.) Very 
Rev. Robert Canon Tp.le, D.D. 

t Hedon, Hull. (1803.) iS>. ^m^ atllJ JfOfiepj^^d. Rev. 
J. C. Fisher. 

Holme, H^yton, York. Rev. Thomas Cockshoot. 

+ Hornby Castle, Catterick. Rev. J. P. H. Maubach. 

j^©M^A/o«^a//,Brough, Yorkshire. (1829.) Rev. John Glover. 

HowDEN, Rev. Thomas Danson. 

HuDDERsFiELD, Jt. ¥atrtdt*0. (1832.) Rev. W. Arnold. 
Mass on Sund at 8^ and 10}. V and Lect at 6}. Mass on HDs 
at 9. Benedic at 8. 

t Hull, Sbt C^atles iSorromrD'0, Jarrett-st. (1835.) Revr. 
Mich^iel Trappes and John Motler. 

Mass on Sund at 8|. High M&ss at 10|, with Serm. V 
Instruct and Benedic at 6|. On WDs Mass generally at 7 
and 8 in summer^ and at 8 and 9 in winter. Instruct and 
Benedic on Thurs evngs at 7* 

t Keighley, Bradford, g^t. Slltlt'd. (1840.) Rev. Jatoes Col- 
limore. 

t Kilvington, Thirsk. Very Rev. Edward Canon Crane. 
Mass on Sund at 10|, and on HD« at lOw 

t KNARfisliRd', J^t 98iatjf%, Rev. William Hampsoa. 



CHURCHES, CHAPBLSf &C. 1^9 

f Lartington, Barnard Castle. Rev, Michael Ellis. 

JMOwklandf Clapham, Lancaster. Rev. George Gillett. 

•f J Leeds, J^t ttttlWB. (1838.) Very Rev. Richard A. Canon 
Browne, and Rev. Georee Brown. 

Jbt Max^'i, Fathers Robert Cooke (Provincial), Fran- 
cis Lynch, Patrick Kirby, and John Gobert, O.M.J. 

Convent of the S^i%Un 4^!ilate0 o( fSUirjS! Immariilate, 

lately efltabliahed in the same locality as St. Mary's. 

The rules of these ladies consist in impartinff instruction to the 
iemale poorer classes, more particularly the children, and in visitiug 
the sick and indigent at their own homes. 

tt *t *atridt'0. (1831-32.) Revv. M. O'Donnell 

and J. Kelly. 

On Sund Mass at 7, 8|, and i to 11, during summer, and 
at 8, 9, and 11 in winter. On HDs at 8| and 10. On WDs 
at 8|. Exhortation at the two first, and a Sermon at the last 
Mass, on Sund. V with discourse on Sund at 6|, and on 
HDs at 7|. Benedic on 1st Sund of the month, and all the 
principal festivals. Confessions from 6 to 10 on Frid and Sat 
evengB and on the eves of festivals. 

f Leyburtiy Bedale. Rev. Richard Bolton. 

Linton-upon-Ousej York. (Vacant.) 

Malton. Rev. Thomas Middlehurst. , 

f Marton, Skirlaugh, Hull. Very Rev. Robert Hogarth. 

f 3/fl«6ro', near RoTHERHAM, Jbt. ISelre'd. (1841-42.) Rev. 
William Smith. 

Middlesbro'-on-Tees, llbt.i^m'0. (1848.) Rev. Andrew 
Bums. Mass on Sund at \0\, Catech and Instruc at 3^. V 
and Evng Serv at Q\. Mass on WDs at 8^, on HDs at 10. 
Evng Serv at 7\, 

Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne. Rev. Arthur Wilson. 

■f Myddieton Lodge j Otley. Rev. Thomas Jackson. 

Newland Park, Wakefield. Served from Wakefield. 

Otley. 4^ur ltal^s'0 atllr 2IU JbatlttS. (June 24, 1851.) Rev. 
Matthias A. Macdonnell. On Sund Mass at 10^. Catechism 
at 2. Baptisms at 3. Evng Serv at 6^. On WDs Mass at 7^ 
in summer, and at 8 in winter. 

PocKLiNOTON. Served from Everingham. 

+ PoNTE^RACT. Revv, William Lomax and Henry Thompson. 

f Richmond. Revv. Robert Johnson, Walter Lomax, and 
Thomas Meyrick, who serves the Dales Mission. 

RicHMoiTD, Cotihent of out Hairs ot ^tatt. 

RiPON. Rev. Robert Garstang. 

t Scarborough. (1839.) Very Rev. John Canon Walker. 

ScarMngweU Hall, Tadcaster. Rev. Charles A. O'Neill. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 10. On WDs at 8^. On Sund 
«nd HDs Instruct for Children and Adulta at 2, after which 
Evng Serv and Lect« 



00 DIOCESE or BEVERLEY. 

t Selby. (1839.) Rev. John Rigby. 

Shefpield, S>t. Maxit'B. (1846-1850.) Revv. William 
Fisher, Joseph Hill, and Francis Callibert. On Sund Mass at 8, 
9 J, with a Discourse, and at 11 with Serm, Catechet Instruc and 
Devs for Children at 3. V, Serm, and Benedic at GJ. On HDs 
Mass at 8, 9i, and High Mass at 11. Serm, V, and Benedic at 8. 
On WDs Mass at 8^ 

Sbt. Vinnni of |P«ttl. Rew. Michael Burke, CM. 

(Superior), Thomas Piunkett, CM.,, Peter DuiF, CM., and John 
Meyers, CM. The hours of Divine Service the same as at St. 
Marie's. This Mission was opened on the first Sunday of Advent 
1853, and placed under the care of " The Priests of the Congre- 
gation of the Mission,*' or, as they are generally called, " The 
Missionaries of St. Vincent of Paul." The extensive female 
Schools of this Mission are conducted by the Sisters of Notre 
Dame. A new Mission has been opened at Reville Grange, 
Stanington, attended by one of the Priests of the Mission. A 
Day, Night, and Sunday School has been established there. 

At present one of the school-rooms serves for a temporary chape) ; 
but it is hoped that before long a new church will be erected through 
the liberality of the Catholics of Sheffield and other places. 

Li/8 MariCf Sickling Hall, Wetherby. Rev. FF. Gustave 
Richard, Charles Fox, and William Bennet, O.M.J. 

t Skipton, l^t. S^tepjen'tf. (1836-42.) Rev. George Bridges, 
S.J. 

f Stourto?iy Knaresborough. Rev. J. B. Bridge, S.J. 

t Ugthorpcj Whitby, Jjbt. ^1111*9. Rev. N. Rigby. 

t Wakefield, Jjbt. aufititt'fi. (4th March, 1828.) Revv. 
John Baron and Richard Corr. 

t Whitby. (1805.) Rev. George Keasley. 

t Wycliffe, Dariington. (1849.) Rev. Samuel Walshaw. 

Yarm, Rev. Patrick Lynch. 



YORKSHIRE BRETHREN'S FUND. 

This fund was established by the secular clergy of Yorkshire, in 
the year 1660. 

Its objects are: 1. To constitute a perpetual retribution fund, by 
means of which the benefactors may secure for themselves or for their 
friends, for the living or for the dead, the benefits of the Holy Sacrifice ; 
2. To furnish aid and support to the secular clergy of Yorkshire dur- 
ing temporary sickness, and to provide a maintenance in old age for 
those who are no longer equal to the duties of the mission. 

Its register is a memorial of Catholic piety. It bears evidence how 
anxious the Catholics of this country have uniformly been to make 
some provision for those '* who have borne the burden of the day and 
tlie heats" in their service ; and, at the same time, to avail themselves 
of the prayers of the Chursh and the sacrifice of the altar. 



CHURCHES, CHAFBL8, &C. 61 

Any person wishing to become a benelactor to the Brethren's Fund, 
may be informed of the advantages derivable from this institution, and 
of the condition required for participating in them, by making applica- 
tion to any of the Yorkshire secular clergy, or to the undermeBtioned 
officers. 

Treasurer, Rev. John Glover, Houffhton Hall, Brough, Yorkshire ; 
Secretary, Rev. William Fisher, St Marie's Presbytery, Sheffield. 

Sheffield, Oct. 1855. 



EccUnattical Statistics of the Diocese, 

-o ' L / On the Mission . • 83 \ ^.^ 

rnests 'I At Ampleforth College . 6/ • * ' ^^ 
Churches and Chapels 75 

Religious Houses of Men 2 

Ampleforth. 

Lys Marie, Sickling Hall. 

Convents (viz.) : 6 

St. Mary's, Micklegate Bar, York. 
St Clare's Convent, Scorton, Catterick. 
St Joseph's Convent of our Lady of Mercy, Clifford, with 
Girls' School attached, conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 
Our Lady of Peace, Richmond. 
Sisters Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Leeds. 
Sisters of Charity of St Paul, Leeds. 
Sisters of Notre Dame, Sheffield. 

Charity Schools 31 



2 



$2 DiocBSB or LIVtftrOOL. 



V. DIOCESE OF LIVERPOOL. 

Comprehending the Hundreds of West Derhy, Leyland, Amotin* 

derness, Lonsdale south of the Sandsi and Lonsdale north of 

the Sands, and the Isle of Man. 
Population of Lancashire, 2,0^3,913. Of the Isle of Man, 

52,116. The population cf the ahove-named Hundreds not 

known. 

Patron Saint of the Diocksb. 

Our Blessed Ladv, conceived without sin, 8th Decemher. 
Right Rev. GEORGE BROWN, Bishop; consecrated Au- 

fust 24, 1840; translated from Tloa, Sept. 20, 1850. Resi^ 
ence, 17 Catherine Street, Liverpool. 
Right Rev. Alexander Goss, Bishop of Gerens, Coadjutor; 
consecrated Sept. 25, 1853. Residence, St. Edward's Col- 
lege, Everton, Liverpool. 
Very Rev. James Crook, D.D., Vicar-General. 
Very Rev. George Corless, D.D., Vicar for the Hundreds of 
Amoundemess and Lonsdale. 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. James Crook, D.D., Very Ret. Richard Hodgson. 

V.(r., Provost. " . John Walmsley, 

John Maddocks. Canon Penitentiary. 

Thomas Cookson. — — .~ Henry Greenhalgh. 

John Henry Fisher, » • James Abraham. 

D.D. Edward Keorick. 

— Thomas Newsham. 



N.B, The prefix R. denotes that the Church is a Misstonary Rectory » 

•\X Liverpool, Warren-street, Copperas-hill, Cat||dh:aIClhttr1) 
Otjbt. ^td^olas. (1812.) Very Rev. James Provost Crook, DJ>,^ 
Revv. John . Wallwork, Jas. Carr, and John Hawksworth. On 
Sund Mass at 7\, 8|, 9|, and High Mass at 1 1 ; V and Catech 
at 3 ; Rosary and Benedic at 6\, On HDs Mass at 5, 7\y and 
9, and High Mass at 11. On Thurs Benedic at 1\ p.m. On 
WDs Mass at 7|, 8, and 9. 

R. t: , Park-place, S>t. IPatricifg. (1821-24.) Very 

Rev. Edward Canon Kenrick (Missionary Rector), Revv. Pierse 
Power, Roger Arrowsmith, and Patrick Joseph Phelan. Mass on 
Sund at 7i, 9, 10, and High Mass at 11, Rosary, Catechism 
and Benedic for School Children, at 3. V and Benedic at 6. 
On H Ds Mass at 5, 7, 8^, and High Mass at 10. V and Benedic 
at 7. On Wed evngs Benedic at 7, and on Sat evners Litany 
of BVM at 7. 

, 3bt VitataX of Vatirtf. A temporary mission, till 

a church qan be built, has been opened in Norfplk-street, Rey v. 



Bernard 0*Retl1y, Richard S^ed^ and Pet«r Holmes, who reside 
at 82 Great George-street. Mass on Sund at 7^, 8}, 10, and 
11 ; Catech at 3, Baptisms at 3. Ros, Serm, and Benedic 
At6|. JVIass on HDft at 5, 7^ 8^, fl^ ; Ros and Benedic at 
7J. On WDs Mass at 7i and SJ. On Frid evngs Stations of 
the Way of the Cross and Benedic at 7|. 

t LIVERPOOL) Edmund-street, |bt Jltats'd. (1844-45.) Revv. 
James Sheridan, Thomas Almond, P. Callaghan, and B. Jolly. 

Maas on Sund at 7, 8, 9 and 10. High Mass and Serm 
at 11. Christ Doctrine and Baptisms at 3. V Discourse and 
Benedic. at 6. Mass on H.Ds. at 5, 8, 9, 10, and 11. Prayers, 
Disc and Benedic at 7^. Mass on WDs at 7, 8, and 8|. Ros 
and Benedic at 7| on Wed. 

t , Seel-street, Jjbt. 9et^S. f Built in 1788, and 

enlarged about 1818.) Revv. Thomas Bonney, James Dew- 
hurst, and William Davey. On Sund Mass at 7, 8, 9}, and 11 ; 
Catechism at 3^ ; V and Benedic at 6|. 

R. + , Scotland-road, |tt. atttf|im8'«. (1833.) Very- 
Rev. Thomas Canon Newsham (Missionary Rector), Revv. F. 
Dujardm, S. Walsh, and Thomas Walton. Mass on Sund at 7, 
8, 9, 10, 11. 

R. , Grosvenor-street, Jjbt. jD^OSepJi'd. (1846.) Revv. 

Maurice Duggan (Missionary Rector), ITiomas Tobin, and P. 
M^Grath. 

Mass on Sund at 7$, )Cii)|^i) ^^^ High Mass at 11 ; V and 
Catechet Instruct at 3. Ros and Benedic at 7 p.m. On Frid 
Benedic at 7; on 1st Thura^ibf month Benedic at 7. 

, St ^lbdn% Athol-street, Great Howard-street. 

(1848-49.) Rev. Thomas Kelly. 

Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On HDs at 9; on WDs 
at 8^. On Sund V Lect and Benedic at 6^ ; on Frid Benedic 
at 7i. Confessionals attended every morning, and on Frid and 
Sat evngs from 5 to 9. 

, Ibt. aitfftl»ttne*B, Great Howard-street. Revv. C. F. 

Cook, William A. Bulbeck, and J. Duck. 

Mass on Sund 7i, 8 J, and 9§. High Mass and Serm at 11. 
Catech 2 J. Baptisms 3. Comp Serm and Benedic 6. On 
WDs Mass at 7 and 8^. Confess attended every morning from 
7| until 9. On Frid and Sat evenings from 5|. 

9 fIdlSsCtOW. Fathers John Noble, Edward Brad- 

shaw, Charles Jolivet, Francis Cooke, and Peter Dutertre. 

, Cemetery, Edge-hiil, Jjbt ^nxu*», (1843-46.) 

Revv. William O'Sullivan, J. B. Caldwell, and John O'Brien. 

, Cunbmt oC t^t Ibifttent of iHerts, dedicated to st, 

J?Mf^6ttr^e, Mount Vernon-street. (1842.) Rev. John Walmsley. 

* , Everton, jbt. SlYtDarlr'tf College. (1843.) Very 

Rev. John Henry Canon Fisher, Revv* John Walker, and 
Ch«rje» T©«bay, 



64 DIOCE8B or LIVERPOOL* 

Liverpool, Salisbury-street, |^t. ;ftanti$ XnbtCt'f. (1845-49.) 
Revv. Charles H. Coliivns, Richard Sumner, Richard O'CarroUy 
Ignatius Grant, and Eaward Watteville. 

, Catholic Institute, Curators ot §bt Vl^tltp Ncri. 

Revv. James Nugent and Henry Gibson. On WDs Mass at 
8). On Sund at 9 and 11. Evng Serv on Sund. Prs. of 
Confr. of the M. P. Blood, Serm and Benedic at 6^. Wedn 
Prd. and Benedic at 8 ; Frid the Way of the Cross and Benedic 
at 8. Rosary every evng at 9. The Confessionals attended on Sat 
mrngs from 10 to 12, and on Frid and Sat evngs from 5 to 9. « 

Public Institutions, 46 Moon-street, Rev. J. 

Fleetwood. 

X , <S)urllatrfiof ICecottciliatiott, Black Stock-street, 

Rev. Richard Vandepitte. 

Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. Catech Instruct at 2. Bapts 
at 3. Benedic and Serm at 6| p.m. On HDs Mass at 5 and 
8^ ; on WDs at 7 ; and Benedic at 7^ p.m. 

R. t Lancasterf Dal ton- square. (1798.) Rev. Richard Brown 
(Missionary Rector). 

Aighurth, Liverpool, J^t. 2lU0tUt'0. (1840.) Rev. Richard 
Prest. 

t AUton Lane, Preston. Rev. Henry Sharpies. 

f Appletouy Warrington, Jj^t. l90l)e'0. (Mission established 
about 1750. 1847-50.) Rev. George Fisher. 

Mass on Sund at 8 and 10^, on HDs at 10; Comp and 
Benedic at 3. Mass on WDs at 8. 

t Ashion-lc' Willows, Warrington, S^t. ©fitoaltr'g. Rev. Henry 
Newsham. 

f Aughton, Ormskirk, Jbt. iBar$'0. Rev. Edmund Power. 

t Bedford Leigh, Manchester, J^t 3^Wjfy*%, Rev. John 
Middlehiirst. 

t liirchley, Billinge, Wigan. Rev. Patrick Fairhurst. 

Bishop Eton, Liverpool. <S)ttt EalTl) of tfje aimunciatiott. 
Served by the Redemptorist Fathers, J. B. Laus, Leo Vander- 
stichele, John Furniss, and John Gibson. 

Mass daily at 7^, on days of Dev at 7| ; and on Sund and 
HDs at 7^ and 10^, with Serm. Evng Serv on Sats feasts of 
Dev and HDs at 7. On Sund at 6^. First Sund of month 
Way of the Cross at 6 p.m ; on 4th Sund Preparation for 
Death at 6. Every 25th of month, Dev to LitUe Infant Jesus, 
if week day at 7, and if a Sund at 6. 

This Chapel is not intended to be a Parochial Chapel ; hence the 
Fathers do not baptise children, or assist at marriages and funerals, 
except iu cases of necessity; but they are always ready to hear confes- 
sions, visit the sick, administer the sacraments, preach, and instruct. 
The principal vocation of the Fatliers is to give Retreats in public and 
in their own Convent. 

Blackpool. Served by S.J. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 65 

R. t Blaekbrookf St. Helenas. WtWtti Matp Immantlote. 
''1^44-45.) Rev. John Flynn (Missionary Rector). On Siind 
' /^s at 10. y Benedic and Catecli at 3 in summer and 2^ in 
wintes^ On Ist Siind of the month and the greater Festivals 
Mitaa ^Stuitata. On HDs Mass at 9, Ros Benedic and Instruct 
at 7 P.M. T^n WDs Mass at 8 in summer and 8i in winter. The 
Way of the Cross on 2d Sund of the month and Frid in Lent. 

Booth, Liverpool, Sbt. JfatnWfi. (1846.) Rev. Henry 
Cooke. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. Catechet Instruc at 2\, 
and Ros and Benedic at 7 in summer and 6 in winter, 

J Brindle, Preston, *i^t. J|fO0ep1^'0. Rev. Joseph Smith. 

t Burscough Hall, Ormskirk, ^t. JfOl^1l'0. Very Rev, Richard 
Canon Hodgson. 

Mass on Sund and H Ds at 10 : Afternoon Prayers at 3 in 
summer, and 2\ in winter. Mass on WDs at SJ. 

Chorley. (1847.) Rev. John Doherty. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10. V on Sund at 3, and on 
HDs with Benedic at 1\, 

R. t Claughton, Garstang, Jbt. C^omas'S. Rev. Henry Grad- 
well (Missionary Rector). 

tj Clayton Green, Chorley, |^t. lliitif%. Rev. J. Dowding, 
jun. 

t Cottam, Preston, S>t. 2lttlrreto'«, U^OfitU. Very Rev. George 
Corless, D.D., Vicar. 

t Croft, Warrington, Sbt. iUtolVfi. (29th May, 1827.) Rev. 
Wiliiam Gillett. 

f Euxton Hall, Chorlev, Sbt. ittfltg'fi. (1730.) Rev. John 
Worthy. 

R. t Fernyhalgh, Preston, Jbt fSiWCl^*^* Rev. Rich. Gillow 
(Missionary Rector), 

Fleetwood-on-Wyre, J^t. iCKars'0. (1841.) Rev. Thomas 
E. Gibson. 

R. Forpiby, Liverpool, it%VLt^ ot tje U/F.^. Rev. T. 
Crowe (Missionary Rector). 

t Garstang. (1784.) Rev. Michael Hickey. 

t GiUmoss, Liverpool, ^l SjtoitJm'iJ. (About 1820.) Rev. 
Edward Morron. 

Goosenargh, Preston, Jbt Jf raitcfe'fl. Rev. E. Dinmore. 

t Great Crosby, Liverpool, S>|b. IPetet flirlr ^aul'lJ. (1826.) 
Rev. James Fisher. On Sund Mass at 8 and 10. V Benedic 
Cateeb Instruc at 2\, 

t Great Eccleston, Garstang. (1835.) Rev. W. S. Maddocks. 

t Hindley, Wigan, J&t. VeitelTtcf 0. Rev. William Corlett, 

Hornby, Lancaster. Rev, Geo. Gibson. 

Ince BlundeU, Liverpool. Verv Rev. Peter Greenough, Prov. 
EW, O.S.B. 

Lea, Preston. Rev. Charles Walker. 

Upland, Pretton. (1846.) Rev. E. G. Lynass. 



06 DiocsflB or LITBftroOL. 

f Little Cro^y, LiT«rpoo1, |^t fRmtjft, (1845, 8th Sept. 
1847.) Rev. James Hilary Dowding, senior. 

t Lydiate, Maghull, Liverpool, ^t 9ja^*% €^im^. Rer. 
Thomas Speak man. 

R.f £y^A0jri, Preston, f^t.^etet'f. (1839.) Rev. J.Walmaley 
(Missionary Rector). 

Mawdesley, Rufibrd, Ormskirk, |^t Hetft't. (1831.) Rev. 
John Dawher. 

t Netherton, Liverpool, |^t. IS«tttt$f0. Rev, A. Ahram. 

Newshamy Preston. Rev. R. GiUow. 

R. OW^oran, Liverpool, Jj>t©»toa&*9. (1842,) Very Rev. 
John Canon Maddocks (Missionary Rector), and Rev^ Thomas 
Bennett. Mass daily at 7 and 9. On Sund at 7^, 8|, and High 
Mass at 11. Ros and Benedic at 3, Baptisms and Catech at 4. 
Comp Instruct and Benedic at 6|. On HDs Mass at 5, 7» and 9. 
Ros and Benedic at 7. Every Thurs evng Ros and Benedic at 7 
in winter, and 7| in summer. 

t OaMSKiRK, J^t. #fitoalb'0. Rev. George Caldwell. 

Orrelly Wigan, ^t Jlamef'S. Rev. Thomas Adamson* 

j Porticoy Prescott, Jbt 1^icfjokiJ*«. Rev. William Cotham. 

R. Potdtonrin-the-Fylde, Preston. (1813.) Rev. P. Orrell 
(Missionary Rector). Mass on Sund and H Ds at 10. 

t Preston, f^t. liaHafrO^'i, Chapel-st. (Originally ih 1793 
— Rebuilt 1843 ; Lady-Chapel in 1844.) Revv. James Etheridge, 
John Gosford, and Thomas Williams. 

, ^t Mat^'fi, Friargate. (1761— re-opened 1845.) 

Served from St. Wilfrid's. 

t , J&t lEgtlfltiWH, Meadow-street. (May 27, 1833 ; 

May 5, 1836.) Revv. William Mitchell, Richard Cooper, and 
George W. Clifford. 

R. 1 1 , St. Augustine's-place, J^t. ^npmtim^H, Ap. of 

England. (1838-40.) Very Rev. Thomas Canon Cookson 
(Missionary Rector), Revv. Edward Swarbrick and Robert Grad- 
well, E.A. 

, Jbt. ffiManmrge'S. (Whit-Monday, 1850— Aug. 3, 

1854.) Revv. Thomas Weston and Joseph Bond. 

t Rainhill, Prescot, Sbt. ISartftoIometo'fi. (1838-40.) Rev. 
T. Kieman. Mass at 10^. V at 3 in summer, and 2\ in 
winter. 

Eixton, Warrington, Sbt 98i\t%BtV%. (1831.) Rev. P. Dunn. 

Scarisbrick Hall, Ormskirk, ^t, fi^rj9*%. Rev, R. Hoole. 

t Scholet, Wigan, $t. »«tricif«. (1847.) Rev. Hugh N. 
M'Cormick. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. V and Benedic at 
6|. On HDs Mass at 10. 

Scorton, near Garstang. Rev. Robert Turpin. 

f Singleton^ Kirkham. Rev. J. Anderton. Mas^ on Sund 
at 10. Evng Prayers at 2. 

t SoiUh HiUf Chorley. |^t. C|«^'V. Rev. J. Beaoiiioht, 



CHVftCHEl, CHAPBLt, ftc. 07 

R. t SouTHPOKT, |M« JIUrS'f. (1840.) Very Rev. James 
Canon Abraham (Missionary Rector). Maaa on Sand at 8 and 
10 1 . V Catech an 4 Benedic at 3. 

Standith HaUt Wigan. Rev. Richard Tyrer. 

t St, Helen's, Lowe House. (1793.) Revv. Thomas Ulla- 
thorne, Edmund Costello, and Bernard Jarrett. 

Sutt0»j Sbt flUrie'ft St. Helen's. Very Revv. F. Bemardine 
(Rector), FF. Xavier and Leonard. Mass on Sund and HDs at 
6, 8, and 10^, with- Serm Catech Lect and Benedic at 3. On 
WDs 1st Mass at 6. 

Thumkam, Lancaster, Sb§b.€i9mM am^ £U>ateti'0. ( 1 847-48.) 
Rev. James Shepherd. 

•f Ulvrutok, Fountain-street, |^t. JRars'tf. (1823.) Served 
by S.J. 

f Warainotom, Bewsey-street, Jbt. SlIfNlll'V. (1823.) Revv. 
J. Molineux, D.D., John Hall, and James Poole. 

t Weld Bank, Chorley, Sbt <Bttq0Vi% (1774-1818.) Very 
Rev. Henry Canon Greenhalgh. Mass on Sund at 10^. Catech 
and V at d. On HDs Mass at 10. Benedic at 7^. 

t WiQAN, Standish Gate, |^t. Jol^tt'tf. (1819.) Revv. 
Thomas Seed and Joseph Howell. 

ft , Sbt maVJi% (1818.) Revv. William Wells 

and John Hardman. 

t WillowBf KirkhAm, |bt. J[o|tt*0. Revv. James Swarbrick 
and Frederick Hines. On Sund and H Ds Mass at 8 and 10}. 
y Catech Instruc and Benedic at 2^. Thurs Benedic and Lect 
at 7 P.M. 

t JTooJi/ofi, Warrington, lbt.lletnr'0. (1834.) Rev. J. Carter. 
Mass on Sund and H Ds at 9. Aftn Serv at 6. 

Wooiton-Mueh, Liverpool, Jbt. lBmtUf% 9rtors. Very Rev. 
R. P. Burchall, D.D., Pres Gen O.S.B., and Charles Kershaw. 

WrightingUm Hall, Wigan. Rev. Thos. Margison. 

Yealand, Lancaster. Rev. William Henderson. 



ISLE OF MAN. 

Douglat, Rev. J. Holeward. 

Cattieton, Served from Douglas every Sunday. 

DEANERIES. 

Deanery of St. Thomas. 

St. Nicholas's, the Pro- St. Patrick's. St. Peter's, 

cathedral. St. Vincent of Paul's. St. Anne's. 

St. Joseph's. ITie Oratory of St. Old Swan. 

St Francis Xavier 's. Philip. Bishop-Eton. 

Woolton-Much. Aigburth. 

Very Rev. Jphn Canon Walmsley, Dean, 



68 



DIOCESE OF LIVERPOOL. 



Deanery op St. Edward. 

Seminary of St. Ed- Gillmoss. Castleton. 

ward. St. Anthony's. . St. Mary's. 

Holy Cross. St. Alban's. St. Augustine's. 

Bootle, Formby. Great Crosby, 

Little Crosby. Douglas. 

Very Rev, John Henry Canon Fisher, D.D., Dean* 



Lancaster. 
Garstang. 
Goosen argil. 
Yealand. 



Deanery of St. Charles. 

Claughton. Hornby. 



Thumham. 
New House. 



Scorton. 

Great Eccleston. 

Ulverston. 

Very Rev. Richard Brown, Dean* 



Deanery of St. Augustine. 

Preston. Fleetwood. Poulton. 

Willows, Kirkham. Singleton. Lytham. 

Cottam. Fernyhalgh. Alston Lane. 

Lea. Brindle. South Hill. 

Clayton Green. 

Very Rev. Thomas Canon Cookson, Dean* 



Mawdsley. 

Lydiate. 

Southport. 



Deanery of St. Oswald. 

Burscough. Ormskirk. 

Aughton. Scarisbrick. 

Netherton. Ince Blundell. 

Very Rev. Richard Canon Hodgson, Dean, 



Wigan. 
Wild Bank. 
Wrightington. 
Hindley. 



Deanery of St. Gregory. 

Scholes. Standish. 

Cliorley. Euxton. 

Leyland. Orrell. 

Very Rev. Henry Canon Greenhalgh, Dean, 



Appleton. 
Rain hill. 
Warrington. 
Croft. 
Sutton. 



Deanery of St. Bede. 

St. Helen'?. 
Ashton-in-the-Wil- 

lows. 
Rixton. 
Blackbrook. 

Rev. George Fisher, Dean* 



Portico. 
Birchley. 
Woolston. 
Bedford Leigh. 



CHURCHES, CHAFELS, &C, 69 

Ecclesicutical Statittica of the Diocete, 

Missionary f On the Mission . .1371 ,.^ 

Priests l At St. Edward's College 3 J ' ' • A*« 

Churches and Chapels 90 

College, viz. — St. Edward's, Everton. 

Convents of Religious Women, viz. : . • . . 6 

Order of the Sisters of Mercy, Mount Vernon, Liverpool. 

• , Lancaster. 

Order of the Sisters of Notre Dame, Mount Pleasant 1 

^ Falkner-street It* i 

Order ofthe Holy ChildJesus, Rupert House, Everton f ^"veT^'o^- 
Faithful Companions of Jesus, Great George-square J 
Schools conducted by Religious Orders, viz. : , . . 5 

Brothers of the Christian Doctrine, St. Patrick's, Liverpool. 
Ditto ditto St. Nicholas's, ditto. 

Ditto ditto ' Sc. Augustine's, Preston. 

At Liverpool, an orphanage for girls, under the care of the Sisters 
of Notre Dame, in Falkner-street, who have also the charge of the 
girls' poor schools of St. Nicholas', St. Mary's, St. Peter's, and St. 
Ann's. The girls' schools at St Anthony's are under the charge of 
the Ladies of the Holy Child Jesus. 

A new Church has been opened at Bedford Leigh. The founda- 
tions ofthe new Church of St. Edward, at Everton, were laid on Sept, 
10. A Mission has been opened at Blackpool. 



CATHOLIC BLIND ASYLUM, 
20 St. Anne-street, Liverpool. 

This Institution was established in 1841, by the exertions of a few 
zealous Catholics, under the patronage of tlie Right Rev. Dr. Brown, 
the present Bishop of Liverpool, and was presided over by the late la- 
mented Dr. Youens, up to the time of his death. It has since re- 
ceived the cordial approval of his Holiness the Pope, who, to mark 
his earnest desire for its success, has bestowed upon it his Pontifical 
benediction. 

Under such distinguished auspices, as might be anticipated, it has 
continued to realise the purposes for which it was founded. Demands 
for admission have been so great, that the Committee, a few years ago, 
were compelled to engage a larger house, with more ample accom- 
modation. 

Its Objects, 

The promoters have in view to protect the poor blind from danger 
both as to body and soul ; to train them up religiously ; and to teach 
them some trade adapted to tlieir capacity ; whereby they can here- 
after, if they so wish it, wholly or partially provide for their own sub- 
listence. 

Its Resources of Maintenance, 

It has no other available means of support than : 

1. The scanty and inadequate pensions ofthe pupils. 2. The sale of 
work executed in the school, which does little more than meet the cost 



70 LIVERFOOli CATHOLIC BLIMO ASYLUM. 

of the raw materiaL 8. Ocoasioilal miiBical cntertaintaientfl givpn by 
them to the public. 4. A list of subscriptions axid doBation«» priad* 
pally confined to the Catholics of LiverpooL 

Its ClaitM upon the Public. 

Assuredly a School and an Asylum for the Blind have the highest 
claims upon Catholic charity, independently of the peculiarly distress- 
ing privation to which the inscrutable dispensations of a merciful Pro- 
vidence have subjected them, in the fact that it is the only establishment 
of the sort belonging to Catholics in the United Kingdom. The in- 
mates at the present time, male and female, number about thirty ; col- 
lected together from the remotest localities in England and Ireland. 

The following particulars may be useful and interesting to the 
public : 

Rules atid Kegulations for the government of the CATHOLtc Blind 
AisYLUM, established in Liverpool, a.d. 1841. 

I. This Institution is under the patronage of ths Blessed Virgin 
Mary and St. Joseph, and is called the " Catholic Blind Asylum»" 
its objects being to affbrd to the Catholic Blind an elementary educa- 
tion, and instruction in those branches of industry which shall be found 
suitable to each pupil's capacity ; dnd to bring them up in the prin> 
ciples of their religion. 

II. The property of the Institution shall be invested in five Trus- 
tees, namely, three Clergymen and two Lay Gentlemen of the Town ; 
and the formation of rules and the government of the Institution shall be 
confided to a Committee, consisting of the Catholic Clergy of Liver- 
pool, of all Governors for Life, and of a President, Vice-President, 
Treasurer, Secretary, two Auditors, and six Gentlemen, to be elected 
at the Annual Meeting of the Subscribers. 

III. The Committee shall hold Monthly Meetings to transact the 
ordinary business of the Institution, and the President shall be em- 
powered to cftll Special Meetings as often as he shall deem it neces- 
sary. 

IV. A donation of Ten Guineas shall constitute a Governor ibr 
Life, and any Clergyman who shall make a Colledtitfn for th« Institu- 
tion of Ten Guineas or more shall be a Governor for Life. 

V. A Subsoription of a Sovereign or more, per ytoit^ shull entitle 
the Subscriber to a vote at the Annual Meeting. 

VL AU applications for admission shall be laid before the Com- 
mittee, at their first meeting after the uppUcants' names havfebeeti 
written in the Minute-book of the Secretary. The Committee shall 
admit or reject such applicants at their discretion. 

VII. The Committee shall hate the appointment of all the Officers 
And Servants of the Asylum. 

VIII. The inmates will be required, under penalty of dismissal by 
the Committee, to obey the Rules and Regulations of the Institu- 
tion. 

IX. Applicants must be ten jrears of aget they must produce a 
testimonial of good moral character, as also a certificate of health 
signed by a medical gentleman, and a Register of baptism* 

N.B. Applicants subject to fits ars inadmiHible. 



LIVERFOOL CATHOLIC BLIND ASYLUM. 



n 



X. Every applicant must be recommended by a Subscriber, and 
have a sufficient guarantee for the payment of the pension required, 
and must be provided with the following articles of clothing : 



4 Shirts, 

4 Neckerchiefs, 

3 Handkerchiefs, 
2 Night Caps, 

4 Shifts, 

2 Uudercoats, 

2 Uppercoats, 

3 Dresses, 
2 Aprons, 



MALES. 

4 pair Stockings, 
2 BodycoatS) 

1 Greatcoat, 

2 pair Trowsers, 

FEMALES. 

1 Shaw], 

4 Handkerchiefs, 
4 Night Caps, 
4 pair Stockings, 



2 Waistcoats, 
2 pair Shoes, 
2 Hats or Caps. 



2 pair Shoes, 
2 Bonnets, 
1 Cloak, 
] pair Stays. 



XI. When a pupil is about to leave the Asylum, the said pupil 
shall be removed by his or her friends, at their expense, on receiving 
one fortnight's notice from the Secretary. 

Persons desirous of leaving a Legacy to this Asylum are requested 
to do so in the following manner : 

" 1 bequeath to the Treasurer for the time being of the Catholic 
Blind Asylum in Liverpool, the sum of £ , to be applied towards 
the purposes of that Institution ; and I direct that the receipt of the 
person who shall be Treasurer of the same institution at the time when 
the above Legacy in favour thereof is paid shall be a sufficient dis- 
charge to my Executors." 

N.B. The Legacy must not be out of, or charged upon, any Free- 
hold, Leasehold, or Copyhold Estate. 



Articles of Work made by the Pupils of the Catholic Blind 
Asylum, No. 20 St. Anne-stbeet, and sold there for the Benefit 
of the InatitutioD. The Goods are manufactured under the super- 
intendence of competent teachers, and are of the best material : 

Hearth rugs ; fancy door mats of approved patterns ; cocoa chain 
^sls of all sizes, and made to order ; cocoa and Manilla foot-bears ; 
ahre-loom matting, adapted for office or house floors ; market, reti- 
cule, clothes, and plate baskets ; black and coloured gipsy and melon 
l^wkets ; fire-screens ; cribs and cradles ; nursery -chairs ; children's 
carriages : bottle-baskets and hampers ; patent sash cord ; thread gir- 
*^la ; fancy knitting in great variety, and stockings ; church and hall 
**t» of all sizes. 

^e Pupils form a Singing Class each Wednesday at Two o' Clock, 
*hen any friends visiting the Asylum may have att opportunity of hear- 
»»«Acm. 

Contributions will be thankfully received by the Very Rev. Canon 
]j;AL]fsLEY, President, 53 Ashton-street ; Mr. Edward Dunn, 
Tieasurer; Mr. John Lynch, Secretary, 14 James-street ; by the 
Catholic Clergy of the town ; and by the Matron, Mrs. Macnab, 
*^ the Asylum, 20 St. Anne-street, Liverpool. 



72 DIOCE8B OF SALFORD. 



VI. DIOCESE OF SALFORD. 

Comprehending the Hundreds of Salford and Blackhurn. 

Patron Saints of the Diocese. 

Our Blessed Lady of Mount Carmel, 16th July. 

St. John Apostle, 27th December. 

St. Augustine, B.C., Apostle of England, 26th May. 

Right Rev. WILLIAM TURNER, Bishop, consecrated in the 
Cathedral Church, July 25, 1851, by His Eminence Cardinal 
Wiseman. Residence, Bishop's House, Salford. 

Very Rev. Provost Croskell, Vicar-General. 
Very Rev. Peter Canon Beuoit, Bishop's Secretary. 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. Robert Croskell, Very Rev. Laurence Tcole. 

V.G., Provost. James Wilding, Pe- 

James Boardman. nitentiary. 

'-7^ Thomas Irving. — ^— — Edmund Cantwell. 

Matthias Formby. v- Peter Benoit, Theo- 

John Rimmer. logian. 

■ — John Kershaw. _— — Edmund Carter. 



Presidents of Conferences. 

/S7. Cliad*Sy Manchester, — Very Rev. Provost Croskell. 
St, Alban'i, Blackburn, — Very Rev. P. Kaye, Rural Dean. 
St, Mary*8, Bury. — Very Rev. Canon Boardman, Rural Dean. 

N. B, The prefix R. denotes that ike Church is a Missionary Rectory, 



t Salford, Manchester, CJe (ffaftetrtfll CJutC^, g>t. J[0l^n*S. 
(1844-48.) Right Rev. the Lord Bishop, Very Rev. Peter Cauon 
Benoit, Rev. Denis Byrne, and John Fraser. Mass on Sund at 
8, 9, 10, and 11. 

t Accrington, J&t <©8toani*«. (1851.) Rev. Edward Why te. 

Ashton-under-Line. Rev, John Quealy and Lorenzo 
0*Mara. 

Bacup. Rev. Henry M. J. Mulvany. Mass on Sund at 10, 
On H Ds at 9, and on WDs at 8 J. On'Sund V Catech and Ros 
at 3. 

R. t Bartm-on-Irioellj Manchester, ail ^bM%\ Very Rev. 
John Canon Kershaw (Missionary Rector). 

t BilHngton, St. Mary's. Served from Stonyhurst by Rev. 
r. Cooper. 



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CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 73 

R. t Blackburn, J&t. ^Vban*li. (1824.) Very Rev. P. Kaye 
(Missionary Rector), and Rev. R. Parker. Mass on Sund at 9, 
10, 11 J. V and Bcnedic at 3i. Mass on H Ds at 5, 8 J, r^d 10. 
Beuedic at 8. 

, S>t. 2lime'«. (1849.) Rev. Joseph Vincent 

Meany and 6. Meany. Mass on Sund at 8$, 9^, and 11. 
Catech and Instruc at 3|. V Lect and Benedic at 6^. Mass on 
HDs at 5, 7|, and 10. Ros and Benedic at 8 p.m. Mass on 
W Ds at Tf. Confrat Prayers and Benedic every Thurs evng at 8. 
The Confessionals attended on Thurs evngs at 5 and on Sat at 3. 

Blackeley, Manchester. Rev. Peter de Blon. 

Blackrody Chorley. Rev. Henry Jones. 

R. BoLTON-LE-MooRs,Pilkington-8treet, ^^.Ij^tUt OViti'^mxVi, 
(1800.) Very Rev. Edmund Canon Carter (Missionary Rector). 
Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On H Ds at 5 and 9. On WDs at 8. 
On Sund Pr and Instruc for Children at 3 p.m. Benedic and 
Disc on Sund at 6^ p.m., and on HDs at 8 p.m. 

t , Jbt mam'fl. (1847.)' Rev. T. Smith. 

Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On HDs Mass at 9. 

t Brown Edge, Preston, fbt. fAaXT^li. Rev. T. Walker. 

R. t Burnley, |^t. ^latjf'ft. < 1846-49.) Very Ilev. John 
Canon Rimmer (Missionary Rector), and Rev. Thomas Flanagan. 

R. ft Bury, <S)ttr WeftWlT Italrg'iJ. (1842.) Very Rev. James 
Canon Boardman (Missionary Rector). 

f Chipping, Preston, Jbt. D9atl»'0. (1828.) Rev. J. Bateman. 

t Clitherob, J^lb. ^tc^ael sntr Jlol^n t^t iSFbangeltsfs. 

(1847-50.) Rev. Edward Bird. 

DroyUden, Manchester. Rev. R. Grey. 

^w/J<rW, Accrington, J^t. ^Uts'0. (1819.) Rev. J. Lead- 
better. 

Failnoorth, Manchester. Rev. William Daly. 

Famworth, Manchester. Rev. William Taylor. 

Htulingden* Rev. Thomas Martin. 

Heywood, Rochdale. Rev. Arthur McCann. 

Hodder, Whalley. Rev. P. Gallway. 

JLee House, Preston. Vacant. 

JLevefuhulme, Manchester. Rev. H. Marshall. 

R. t Manchester, ^t %Xi^%Xint\ Granhy-row. (1820.) 
Very Revv. Robert Canon Croskell (Missionary Rector), V.G., 
James Canon Wilding, and Rev. George Green. Mass on Sund 
«t 8, 9, 10, and 11. Catech and Devs at 3^. V or Comp with 
Benedic at 6}. Benedic at 7^ each Thurs evng and on HDs. 
Mass on H Ds at 5, 8, and 10. 

R. f ^ l^t. CJalr*«, Cheetham-road. (1846-47.) 

Revv. William J. Sheehan (Missionary Rector), John F. Browne, 
and Thomas Wrennall. Mass on Sund at 8, 9^, and 11. V at 6^. 
On HDs Mass at 7, 8^, and 10. Benedic at 7|. Mass in the 
Workhouse at 10. 



74 PIOCESB OV SAtFOHD. 

R. t MANCHBfTER, ft fSUitu'fk, MulbeiTy-Btrcet. (X795 ; 
rebuilt 1848.) Very Rev« Matthias Canon Formby (Miaiionary 
Rector), Rev. Edward O'NeiU. Mass on Sund at 8^, 9|, aii4 
HigH /lass at 11. V Serm and Benedic at 6|. On HDs Mf^9^ 
at 8 f;;id 10. V and Benedic at 7}. Mass on WDs at 8. On 
Tb rs evnga Rob Serm and Benedic at 7^. 

• R. t , St. ^Patrick's, Livesey-street. (1832.) Very 

-Kev. Edmund Canon Cantwell (Missionary Rector), Reyv. James 
Snnpe and Michael Moriarty. Mass on Sund at 8, 9, and 10. 
High Mass at 11. On HDs Mass at 8, 9, and 10. Evng Serv 
on Sund at 6^, s^nd on Thurs and HDs at 8 ; Baptisms on ^und 
at 4 P.M. 

Besides the two Schools mentioned in the Statisties attached to 
St Patrick's, in which about 900 day, and 1000 Sunday School ekiU 
dren receive the blessings of education, there i^re two other Schools, 
conducted by secular teachers, one for boys and the other for girls ; 
also used for Sunday Schools, at which about 800 children attend. 

R. t , Jbt. Caitlfltlr'f* Bedford-Street, Hulme. 

(1842.) Very Rev. L. Canon Toole (Missionary Rector), Revv. 
William Dunderdale and Thomas BiUington. Mass on Sund at 
8, 9, 10, and 11. Catech at 3^. Corop Benedic and a Disc at 6^. 
On HDs Mass at 5, 8, and 10. Compl and Benedic at 7^. 
Benedic every Thurs at 7^. 

, Sbt. ^nn'fl, Junction- street, Aneoats. (1847-48.) 

Revv. Thomas Allen and Peter Verraeulen. Mass on Sund at 8, 
9^, and 11. Cutech ai 3} p.m. Baptisms at 4:(. Evng Serv 
and Benedic at 6|. Mass on HDs at 5, 8, 9}. Evng Serv and 
Benedic at 7^. On WDs Mass at 7| and 8. Benedic on Thurs 
at 7i evng. 

> Sbt. JlOJjepS'fl' Golden-street. Revv. Peter Noel 

St6phan and Peter Liptrott. Mass on Sund at 8, 9|, and 11. 
Catech from 2 to 3|. Baptisms at 4. Ros at 5, V, Benedic 
and Instruc at 6^. Mass on HDs at 8 and 9. Evng Serv and 
Benedic at 7^. On WDs Mass at 8 and 9. Benedio on Thurs 
Evng at 7i. 

, §tt ^lofifliiw'j, Ogden^strcet, Ardwick. Rev. 

Edward Hogan. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On WDs at 8|. 
y Benedic and Catech Inatnic at 6| on Sund evngs. Schools 
are attached, and a Christian Doctrine Confi'at. 

, Grofvenor-square. Catholic Collegiate Institttle. 

Rev. Henry Browne* 

tt Oldham, Jj^t. 4ftat5*S> Shaw-street (1838.) Rew. Jamea 
Conway and Peter Cardinael. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On HDs 
at 5 and 9. On WDs at 8^. Catech on Sund from 3 to 4. Evng 
Serv, Lect and Benedic at 6|. On H Ds Serv and Benedie at 7|» 

OfbaldestoHf Blackburn, Jj^t i)tol^'«. (1836.) Very ReT. 
Thomas Canon Irving. 

Pendlehury^ Manchester. Served from Farnworth* 



CBUftOHM, CHAPELSy frc. 75 

Over Darwin. Served from Blackburn. 

A temporaiy place has been taken in the old CathoHo chapel, «old 
long since for accumulated ground-rent. Ground has been taken for 
a new school and chapel ; but there are not sufficient funds jet. Do- 
nations will be thankfully received by the Rev. J. V. Meany for this 
new and very poor Mission. 

t Pleasingtan Prkrfft Blackburn, Jbt. Utef'tf antr S^t Jo^lt 
t^e ISapttftt'K. Rev. John Peduzzi. 

t MawtenttaUj Manchester, it 3am$ t|e IUm. (1836«45.) 
Rev. Joseph Scott. 

Itamtbotiom. SierveA front Rawtenstall every Sund. 

f RocBDALc,|btXotn'0. Revv. John Dowling and Desiderius 
Vandenweghe. Mass on Sund at 8, 9, and 11. V and Instruct 
at S. On HDa Mast at 5 and 9. Benedtc at 7. Mass on W Ds 
at 8. 

+ Samlesburyy Preston. Rev. WilHam Payer. 

t Stonyhurst Collboe, Whalley, Jj^t flhrt'f.- (1832-35.) 
Revv. James Walker and Peter Gallway. 

Stydd Lodge, Ribchester, Blackburn. Rev. Roger Glasa- 
brooke. 

WaltoUy Preston. Rev. James Proctor. 

RocUtiastical Slatutics of the DioeeM. 

^ . . r On the Mission . 60 \ ^„ 

rriests ^ ^^ Stonyhurst Colfege 12 / ' • ' ^^ 

Churches and Chapels . . . . .47 

College, (vizO Stoiiyburst , . , . .1 

Convents of Religious Women, viz. : . . .9 

Order of the Presentation, Livesey- street, Manchester. 

Ditto Faithful Companitms of Jesus, Salford. 

Loretto House, St Wilfrid's, Bedford-street, Hulme. 

Sisters of Notre Dame, St Chad's. 

Faithful Companions of Jesus, St. Augustine's. 

Sisters of the Holy Family, Levenshulme. 

Ditto ditto Ashton-under-Lyne. 

Charity of St Paul, Burnley. 

- NoUe Dame, Blackburn. 

' Schools conducted by Religious Men, vis. : ' . .3 

Brothers of the Christian Doctrine, St Patrick's. 
Xaveriaii Brothers, St Augustine's. 
————— St Aloysius', Ardwiek. 

An orphanage for girls under the care of the Presentation Kuns, 
who also conduct a School of about 450 day and 500 Sunday 
Scholar!. 

Church opened : at Blakeley, in June last. 

Cburehes are being built at Pendlebury, Heywood, and Baeup. 

New Mission opened at Walton, near Preston. 



76 DIOCBBB or fHRBWBBVRT. 



VII. DIOCESE OF SHREWSBURY. 

Comprehending Salop, Cheshire, and North Wales. 
Population, 1,082,617. 

PATRON SAINTS OP THE DIOCESE. 

Our Blessed Lady, Help of Christians, 24th May. 
St. Winefrede (for the northern part of Wales), 3d Nov. 

The Right Rev. JAMES BROWN, Bishop; Consecrated July 

27, 1851. Residence, Salterns Hall, Newport, Salop. 
^. ^ y ( Very Rev. John Hall, D.D., Macclesfield, 

vicars -ireneraj, ^y^^.^ y^^ Michael Trovell, Newport, Salop. 

CATREDRAt ChAPTER. 

Very Rev. John Hall, D.D., Provost, 

CANONS. 

Very Rev. Edward Carbery. Very Rev. Ambrose Lennon. 

Michael Trovell. Randolph Frith. 

Richard Colgan. Edward F. Browne. 

■ Eugene Egan. ■ Robert Chapman. 

. ' James Pemberton, John Reah. 



SHROPSHIRE.— Population, 245,019. 

f Shrewsbury, ^t. ^lar^'fl. Rev. John Tobin. 

t Acton Burnell, Shrewsbury, Jj^t Vrtnr'tf. (1845-46.) Rev« 
T. C, Smith. 

t Aldenham Priory, Bridgenorth, Jbt. fSU^'n* (1837.) Rev. 
F. O'Neil. Mass daily at 8. On Sund at 11. V at 3^ 

Bridgenorth. Served from Aldenham every alternate Sund 
at 8^ A.M. 

t Madeley, Jbt. iBar^'ft* Rev. William MoUoy. Mass on 
Sund at 11. On WDs at 8. Benedic and Rosary on Sund at 
6\ P.M. Benedic and Rosary on Thurs at 7 p.m. 

Mawley, Cleobury Mortimer, |bt iHats'd. (1776.) Rev. 
Thomas Green. 

MiDDLETON. Served from Aldenham every alternate Sund 
at 8^ A.M. 

t Newport, SbSb- ^t\xt flttlT ©afurjl. (1832.) Very Rev. 
Michael Canon Trovell. 

f Plowden Hall, Lidbury-North. Very Rev. Richard Canon 
Colgan. 

t Wellington, Sbt Votrick'fi. (1836-38.) Rev. James 
Oliver, 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 77 

CHESHIRE.— Population, 433,438. 

t Chester. Very Rev. Edward Canon Carbery. 

Mass on Sund at i before 9 and 11. Rosary and Catech at 
3. V Benedic and Lect at 6^, from Oct to April, and at 7 
irom beginning of April to end of Sept. 

t AUringham, (1847.) Rev. W. S. Walton. 

Mass on Sund. at 11|, and on HDs at 8^. 

t Birkenhead, Jbt. QSfterelbtttge'0. (1835-37.) Very Rev. 
Edward F. Canon Browne, Revv. Henry England ana John 
Roger son. 

On Sund Mass at 8, 9|, and 11. Burials at 2\ p.m. Bap- 
tisms at 3 (punctually). Comp and Benedic at 6| from Oct to 
April, and at 7 from beginning of April to end of Sept. On 
HDs Mass at 5 J and 9. Benedic every Thurs evng at 7 J. 
Devs of the Stations of the Cross, 1st Frid of the month at 7| 
P.M., and every Frid evng in Lent. Confraternities of the 
M.H. Sacrament, of the Ilos, of Christ Doct, of the Way of the 
Cross, and the Arch Confrat of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 

There is a chapel now established at the Emigration Depdt at the 
Docks served from St. Wereburge's. 

BoUinffton, Macclesfield, S^t ©tegots'tf. (1834.) Rev. P. 
Power. 

t CoNGLETpN, West-road, fbt ^ars*«. Rev. Hugh Lynch. 

Crewe. (1846.) Rev. Henry Alcock. 

Mass on Sund at 10. V. and Benedic. at 6|. Mass on 
WDs at 7. Benedic. on Thur. evng. at 8. 

t Duckinfieldy Aston-under-Lyne, Jbt. iBats'0. Vacant. 

JErwood Ball, §bt ^arg'«. Vacant. 

GfLLBRooK. Served from Lingdale House. 

JEfyde, Manchester. (1848.) Rev.. J. Hill. 

Rnutspord. Served from AUringham every Sun. Mass at 9. 

Lingdale House, Oxton, Birkenhead, Conbeitt Of tl^ ^faif^tul 
CompantOlttf of Jesutf. Rev. Roger McCarte. 

Liscard, J&t 'SVban'n. (1842.) Very Rev. Ambrose Canon 
Lennon. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. V and Benedic at 6 p.m. 
Mass on HDs at 10. V and Benedic at 7 p.m. 

t Macclesfield, S>t. aiiwtt**. (1839-41.) Very Rev. John 
Provost Hall, D.D., V.G., Rev. W. Godwin. 

MiODLEWicH. Served from Northwich. No chapel or per- 
manent provision for religious purposes. 

Nantwich. Served from Crewe. 

t Neston (1843) and Parkgate, St WHxtift^'H^ Very 
Rev. James Canon Pemberton. Hours of service on Sund and 
HDs at 10. Aftem serv at § past 3. 

Northwich, S>t. ©aaiWrOl'fi. Rev. Michael Power. 

Puddington, Chester. Rev. Peter F. Baron. Mass on Sund 
and H D^ at 10. Evng Serv at 3. On W Ds Mass at 8. 



78 DIOCESE OF SHREWSBURY. 

t Runcorn, |^t C^artr*fl. (1846-7.) Rev. James A. Carr, 
sen. Mass on Sund with Serm at 10|. Aftn Prayers with 
Catech at 3 in summer, and 2^ in winter. 

Sandbach. Served from Crewe. Mass occasionally in a 
private room. Catholics, ahout 100. 

t Stalybridge, Jtt. 9eter'0. (1838-9.) Very Rev. Eugene 
Canon Egan, Revv. Garret Prendergast and J . Fennelly. 

Mass on Sund at 8, 9, and 11, with Serm, Ros and Catech 
at 3. V Serm and Benedic at 6^ p.m. Mass on UDs at 5 
and 9. Evng Serv &c. at 8. 

Stockport, J&J&. ^Ptltlip aitlT Jfames's. (1799.) Very Rev. 
Randolph Canon Frith, Rev. Peter Lahaye. 

Mass on Sund at 8^ and 11. On HDs at 8} and 10. On 
WDs at 8^. Benedic on Sund at 6^ p.m. On HDs and Wedns 
at 7 p.M, 

■5 ' — ^t fHit'^Vn, Rev. John Coulston. 

gwETTENHAM IIall, ^Jb- d^omAS atllT DSats'tf. Served 
from Macclesfield. Mass on Sund i before 11. On HDs at 9. 
Vat 2. 

Whitchurch, Served occasionally from Crewe. 



NORTH WALES.— Population, 404,160. 
CAERNARVONSHIRE. 

Bangor, Sbt. Mars'0. (1834-44,) Rev. J. Jones. 
Mass on Sund at 11, and V at 3 p.m. with Catech. 



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DENBIGHSHIRE, 

t Wrexham, |bt. l9abOr'0. (1828.) Very Rev, Canon Reah. 
Llewesog, ^t. JfOtfeptl'S. Served from St. Beuno's College 
every Sunday. 

Stations at Welch Pool and Newton. 



FLINTSHIRE. 

St. Asaph, |bt. ^tn^tlre*0. (1854.) Served from St. 
Beuno's every Sunday. 

Holywell, J^t QlUmrfrfire's. (1833.) Rev. Charles Blackett. 

Mass on Sund at 10^. On HDs at 9, and on WDs at 8 in 
summer, and 8^ in winter. A novena for the Feast of the Patron 
Saint. Rosary, &c. on Mond evngs. His Holiness has been 
pleased to grant a perpetual daily plenary Indulg., which can be 
gained by all who, after Confession and Communion, shall pray 
in the above church for the progress of our holy religion in 
England, and especially in the diocese. 

St, Beuno's College, St. Asaph's, Cl^tttcl^ of tje Rolff JUmu. 



CHURCHES, CHAPEI.S, &C. ^9 

(1848-49.) RevT. William Cardwell (Rector), Daniel Jones, 
Joseph Holden, George Kinidon, &c. 

Flint, Jj^t. fiSlavji'i' Served from Pantasaph every Sunday. 

Mold. Served from Chester. Catholics about 300. No 
Cbapel. No Mission-house. No School-house. 

Rhyl, J^t. ^[ars'0. Served from St. Beuno's by Rev. Francis 
Laing. 

Talacre HaU, Rhyl. Very Rev. Robert Canon Chapman. 
Pantasaph, Holywell, J^t. I9abtlr'0. (1852.) 

ANGLESEY. 

Holyhead. Rev. J. Gibbon. 

The assistance of the charitable is earnestly solicited in support of 
this Mission. 



MERIONETHSHIRE— MONTGOMERYSHIRE. 

No Chapel. No Mission- house. No Sohool-house. No Mission- 
iund. Ko Missioner. 

From the above note, it will appear how desolate is still a large 
part of the Diocese of Shrewsbury. The Bishop most earnestly recom- 
mends this portion of his charge to the charity of the faithful. Were 
there means to establish Missions in Wales, he has no doubt that soon 
a vast number of souls would be brought by instruction and example to 
the hlessings of the true faith. There are yet remaining amongst the 
Welsh many Catholic traditions and practices, and they would soon 
recognise the reality of that of which they still admire even the shadow. 
Whatever means may be placed at his disposal, either for the establish- 
ment of Missions or for the education of Clergy, shall be most care- 
fully and faithfully administered ; and the benefactors of the Diocese 
shall have a constant remembrance in the Holy Sacrifice, — the only 
retiun, and the best, he has to offer. 



RURAL DEANERIES. 
Deanery of St. Mary. 

Shrewsbury, Madeley, Plowden, 

Acton Burnell, Mawley, Wellington. 

Aldenham, Newport, 

Place of conference — Shrewsbury. 
Rural Dean — Very Rev. Canon Trovell. 

Deanery of St. Alban. 

Bollington, Stalybridge, Stockport, 

Congleton, Duckinfield, Errwood, 

Macclesfield, Hyde, Altringham. 

Place of conference — Stockport. 

Rural Dean — Very Rev. Provost Hall. 



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DIOCESE OF SHREWSBURY. 



Crewe, 
Chester, 
Birkenhead, 
Lingdale House, 
Keston, 



Deanery of St. Alfhonsus. 

St. Beuno's, Talacre, 

Puddington, Wrexham, 

Runcorn, Bangor, 

Liscard, Pantasaph. 

Holywell, 

Place of Conference — Birkenhead. 

Rural Dean — Very Rev. Canon Browne. 



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Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese 

Priests — On the Mission . . . .36 

„ At St. Beuno's . . . .12 

Churches and Chapels 
Stations .... 
Religious communities of Women . 

Convents of the Faithful Companions of Jesus, at Lingdale House, 
at Chester, and at Hampden House, Birkenhead. 

Churches opened at Flint and St. Asaph's. 

Churches building at Shrewsbury, Nantwich, and Duckinfield. 



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14 

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CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 81 



VIII. DIOCESE OF NEWPORT AND MENEVIA. 

Comprehending Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, and South 

Wales: 

PATRON SAINTS OF THE DIOCESE. 

Newport, our B. Lady, conceived without sin, 8th Dec. 
Of Menevia, St. David, 1st March. 

Right Rev. THOMAS JOSEPH BROWN (O.S.B.), Bishop. 
Translated from Apollonia, Sept. 29, 1850; consecrated 
October 28, 1840. Residence, Chepstow. 
Very Rev. Joseph P. Wilson, of Uske, Vicar-General. 

Chapter not yet appointed, 
rural deans. 

Rev. Lewis Havard, Caermarthen, Rural Dean of the Deanery 
of St. David^ comprising Caermarthenshire and Pembroke- 
shire. 

Rev. Charles Kavanagh, Swansea, Rural Dean of the Deanery 
of St. Illtyd, comprehending Glamorganshire and Brecknock- 
shire. 

Rev. Samuel Fisher, Llanarth, Rural Dean of the Deanery of 
St. Dubritius, comprising Monmouthshire. 

Rev. Francis Jarrett, Hereford, Rural Dean of the Deanery of 
St. Thomas of Hereford, for the County of Hereford. 



MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

Newport, |bt. iOatfi'd CDuttJ. (1840.) Revv. Dominick 
Cavalli and Henry Hopkins. Mass on Sund at 8| and 11. 
Catech at 3. V Serm and Benedic at 6^. Mass on HDs at 
5, 7 and 10. V and Benedic at 7. On WDs Mass at 7 and 
8. Ros on Mond Wed and Frid evngs at 7. Benedic on 
Thurs evngs at 7* 

No Mission- fund. Catholics, 3,000, exclusive of soldiers and their 
fitmilies, in the extensive barracks newly erected. About 300 poor 
children receive education ; the girls from the Sisters of Providence, 
the boys from the Brothers of the Institute of Charity. The income 
of this Mission derived entirely from the congregation, almost wholly 
composed of the labouring class. 

Abergavenny, Jbt. fRU^Vfi. Rev. James Millward, O.S.F. 
Catholics about 600. 

Chepstow, J^t. ilSar5*0> Rev. Francis Trappes. Mass with 
a Discourse on Sund at 10^ ; Catech at 3. V with Serm at 6. 
Mass on HDs at 9. Mass at 8 in summer, and 8^ in winter. 

No Mission-house. A small School-house lately built Catholics 
about 200. 



82 DIOCESE OF NEWPORT AND MBNEYIA. 

Coedangrydj Skenfrith, near Hereford. Cfllttc]^ Of t|e Int- 

moculate Conception. (1845-47.) Rev. J. A. Arquis. 

Mass on Suud at 10. On HDs at 9. V on Sund and HDs 
at 3. On WDs Mass at 8. Catholics 70. 

Charity truly Catholic has provided for this new Mission a heautiful 
Church, with a good Mission-house and School-house. Means, how- 
ever, adequate to the support of an incumbent, are yet wanting. 

LlanaHth Court. Rev. S. Fisher, O.S.F. Catholics 275. 

Llansanffraidf Raglan. Rev. John Bonomi. 

Monmouth, Jbt. ittatg'g. (1837.) Rev. T. Abbot. On 
Sund Mass at 10. Aftn Prayers at 3. On WDs Mass at 9. 
Catholics 250. 

Pbnlltn. Rev. A. Percy. Catholics at Penllyn 250, and 
Stations about 1000. 

t PoNTYPooL, CJttWjOf l^t. ailban's. (1844-46.) Rev. A, 
Clarkson. 

No School- house : no Mission-fund. Catholics (almost without 
exception the lowest class of labourers), about 1500. 

Tredegar and Stations. Rev. John Dawson, 
t UsKE, Sbt. jTtanufe Xabwr'S. (184647.) Very Rev. Jo- 
seph P. Wilson, V.G. Catholics 130. 



HEREFORDSHIRE. 

Hereford, |bt. iPtanctS XabCet*0. (1837-39.) Rev. Francis 
Jarrett, S.J. Catholics about 400. 

Belmont, Hereford. Rev. D. Lambe. 

Courtfield, Ross^ Rev. Edward Madden. Mass at 10. V. 
and Benedic. at 3|. Catholics about 160, including Ross. 

Longworth, Hereford. Rev. T. Rolling, O.S.B. 

Hotherwas, Hereford. Vacant. 

Weobly, Jbt. C|oma0 0( f^txetotti'tt. (1834.) Rev 

Caldwell, O.S.B. 



SOUTH WALES. 

BRjeCKNOCKSHlRE. 

Brecon. Rev. Peter Lewis. Mass on Sund. at 10| in winter, 
and at 11 in summer. V. in winter at 3 p.m. and in summer at 
6 P.M. Mass is said at Blaen Senny on H.Ds. solely at 10. An 
entirely Welsh congregation. 

No School-house. Catholics, 150, exclusive of soldiers ^nd their 
families, amounting sometimes to 200 more. This interesting Mission 
consists almost entirely of Welsh Catholics (the only one of the kind 
^ow existing), there having been, it appears, a Missioner always here 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 83 

till the death of the Rev. William Lloyd, in prison under sentence of 
death for his faith, in 1679. From that period there was no resident 
Priest, for a considerable time, at Brecon, till 1788, since which time 
it has been seldom vacant. 



GLAMORGANSHIRE. 

Cardiff, Jj^t SiabtH's. (1841-42.) Revv. Fortunatus Sig- 
nini and Stephen Bruno. On Sund Mass at 8, 9^, and 11. 
Catech at 3. V Serm and Benedic at 6|. On HDs Mass at 5, 
8, and 10. Evng Serv at 7. On WDs Mass at 7 and 8. Ros 
on Mond, Wedn and Frid EvngS at 7. Benedic on Thurs 
Evngs at 7. 

Catholics about 6000, the great bulk being poor Irish labourers. 
The grievousness and urgency of the wants of this important Mission, 
as regards both school and church accommodation, can hardly be 
overrated. 

After strenuous efforts, pefsevered in for more than a long year, in 
Cardiff and elsewhere, to collect funds, the new Schools are at last in 
the course of erection, and are expected to be £nished before May 1856 ; 
but a large amount still remains to be obtained. The case of a con- 
gregation of 6000 souls, and whose present Schools are only made to 
accommodate 80 children (!!), is surely well deserving of generous 
sympathy ; especially when it is known that unremitting exertions are 
not spared in the locality itself to forward the work. 

Aberafon and Statioks. Rev. Williaih Marshall. 

Catholics about 1000. No Chapel. No Mission- house or School- 
bouse. 

Aberdare. Served fortnightly from Newbridge. Mass at 
11^ Catholics about 200. 

DowLAis, Sbt IltutUfl*. (1844-46.) Revv. Patrick Millea 
andThos. Muldone. Mass on Sund. at 9 and 11, with Serm. 
Catech. a,t 3 p.m. Y. with Catechet. Instruct, at 6 aftn. On H.Ds. 
Mass at 9, and Evng. Prs. at 7. On W.Ds. Mass at 8. 

No Mission- Aind ! Catholics about 1500. 

Newbridge. Rev. Austin Neary. Sund Mass at 8 and 10. 
Vat 6. 

Catholics about 700. No Chapel ! No School-house ! No Mis- 
sion-fund ! Catholics all labourers. 

Tredegar and Stations. Rev. John Dawson. 

Catholics above 1000. No Mission-house : no School-house. No 
fond. Mass is celebrated, through total want of means for providing a 
decent place of worship, in a room engaged for Sunday worship, con- 
nected with a public-house. 

Swansea, Jbt lEBohOs'i. (1846-47.) Rev. Charles KavanagB. 
No Mission-house I A large School-house has been recently 
erected. Catholics 700. 



84 DIOCESE OF NEWPORT AND MENEVIA. 

PEMBROKESHIRE. 

MiLFORD AND Haverfordwest. Vacant. 
Pembroke Dock. (1846-47.) Rev. Oliver Murphy. 

A Chapel in the pointed style is erected at Pembroke Dock, or Pater, 
as it is commonly called, a rapidly increasing town, and a military and 
marine station — the site of her Majesty's dock-yard, where about 1400 
shipwrights and labourers are employed. A large Catholic congre- 
gation will in all likelihood be formed- here, now that the chapel is 
completed ; -but as yet the Mission falls heavily for support upon the 
Bishop. Catholics about 400. 

The adorable sacrifice will be occasionally celebrated in Tenby, a 
cheap and delightful watering-place, for the accommodation of the no- 
bility and gentry who wish to visit this healthy and picturesque locality, 
upon their giving notice to the Rev. Oliver Murphy. 



CAERMARTHENSHIRE. 

f CaermartBen, Ibt. ^arg'e. Rev. Lewis Havard, junior. 
Mass on Sund. at 11. Catec. i'rom 2 till 3^. Evng. Prs. at 6, 
with a Discourse. On W.Ds. and Ds. of Dev. Mass at 8. 

Catholics at Caermarthen and its several widely-separated stations, 
about 350. Mrs. Arengo Cross has a school for the poor children at 
Caermarthen. 

The Mission is dependent for support entirely upon alms, and the 
scanty resources of the Diocese. 

Abermarlais Park, attended from Caermarthen on last Sund. 
of each month. Aberystwith and Cardigan occasionally attended 
from Caermarthen. 



CARDIGANSHIRE. — RADNORSHIRE. No Chapel, 
Mission-house, or School-house. No Mission-fund or Missioner. 



Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese* 

Priests " . .28 

Churches and Chapels . . . .21 
Stations 15 

Convent of Sisters of Charity, of St. Paul, Belmont, near 
Hereford. 

Church building at Belmont. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 85 



IX. DIOCESE OF CLIFTON. 

Comprehending Gloucestershire, Somersetshire, and Wilts. 

Population, 1,116,715. 

PATRON SAINTS OF THE DIOCESE. 

Our Blessed Lady, conceived without sin, 8th December. 
SS. Peter and Paul, Apostles; 29th June. 

Most Rev. GEORGE ERRINGTON, Archbishop of Trebizond, 
Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of CHflton . Residence > 
Clifton. 

Rev. F. R. Neve, Secretary to the Archbishop, Bishop's House, 
Clifton. 

Very Rev. Monsig. Brindle, D.D., Vicar-General, Prior Park. 

Cathedral Chapter. 
Constituted June 28, 1852. 
Very Rev. Monsig. Brindle, D.D., Very Rev. T. F. Hooker. 

V.G., Provost. Jacob lllingworth. 

Thomas Rooker, D.D., C. Parfitt. 

Theologian. = — — Monsig. Ferdinand 

John Williams. English, D.D. 

Leonard Calderbank. F. R. Neve* 

■ Thos. Shattock. 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE.— Population, 419,475. 

t Clifton, iSf^uXt^ ct tje ftpostles. (1848.) Very Rev. 
F. R. Canon Neve, and Rev. P. Miott. 

, Conbent ot S>t i^tai^ttiw of Ibienna. Dominican. 

t Bristol, Sbt fSlat^'ikf on the Quay. (1843.) Rev. P. 
O'Farrell, O.S.F., Rector. Rev. William Johnson. 

f ^ Trenchard-street, Jj^t. J|O0ep1^'0. (27th June* 

1790.) Revv. William Johnson and William Knight, S.J. 

, Penny Well, Stapleton-road, |bt. ^tcj^oto's. 

Very Rev. Canon Illingworth. 

, (ttonbent of <®ttr fLaUg of ^ercg, Dighton-street. 

Gloucester, 5>t. Voter's. (About 1790.) Very Rev. Leo- 
nard Canon Calderbank. 

Mass on Sund at 10^, and on HDs at 9. On WDs at 8 in 
summer, and 8J in winter. Night Prayers, Lect and Benedic on 
Sund and HDs at 6^. Catechism at 3. 

Arno*8 Court, Brislington, near Bristol. Very Rev. John 
Canon Williams. 

+ Cheltenham, Somerset-place, Jbt <5teg0ttt'*. (1838.) 
Revv. James Cotham and H. J. Blount, O.S.B. 

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86 D10CE8E OF CLIFTON. 

Campden House, near Broadway. Rev. — Anderdon. 

Chiffing-Sodburit. Rev. R. M. Cooper, O.S.B. 

Cirencester. Rev. E. A. Glassbrook, O.S.B. 

Fairford, S^t CJomas of (ttantnrburg'ft. (1845.) Served 
from Cirencester the second Sunday of every month. 

Kemerton, Tewkesbury, |bt. Uninet'fi. (18th July, 1843.) 
Rev. Peter Ridgway, O.S.B. 

Nympsfibld* Rev. J. A. Maltus, O.S.D., who resides at 
"Woodchester. 

Swindon. Served from Cirencester the first Sunday of every 
month, at 10^. 

FUiiation Convent, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, Cl^ittefl Vt t|e 
Immacitlate Conception. (8th Dec. 1835.) Rev. Abb6 Maes. 

Woodchester, near Stroud, Jjbt. iWflts'fl ^tinXT^ Ot tje ^XiXmXfr 
Utetiott. (1847-49.) Very Rev. J. D. Aylward, Prior, O.S.D., 
Revv. J. B. Morewood, Lewis M. Joseph Gerard, and F. P. Utili, 
&c. 



SOMERSETSHIRE.— Population, 456,237. 

t Bath, Pierrepont-street, Jbt. Jfojtt t|< <Dbangelt0t'0. (3d 
Dec. 1809.) Revv. J. C. Worsley and Rev. Laurence Shepherd, 
O.S.B. 

— , Montpellier, Jbt. ^Sarfl'tf. Served from Prior Park. 

Bedminster. (Vacant.) 

Bonham House, Stourton, Wilts. Rev. Thos. Wassail, O.S.B. 

t Bridgewatkr, gft. JIO0ep9'0* (1846.) Very Rev. T. F. 
Canon Rooker. 

There is a school attached to this mission under the patronage of 
St. Joseph. 

\ Cannington, Bridgewater. (1831.) Very Rev. Monsignor 
Ferdinand Canon English, D.D. 

Downside College, Bath, Jbt i^tegots's. (1823.) Rev. J. A. 
Morrall, O.S.B. On Sund and HDs Mass at 7^ and 8, and 
High Mass at 10^. V at 3§. Mass on other days at 8|. 

Fromb. (1851.) Rev. Richard Ward. 

Midford Castle, Bath, ^^Mxt% Of tje Jmmacttlate Conteyttott. 

Very Rev. Charles Canon Parfitt. 

Prior Park, Bath. (1844.) 

t Shepton Mallet, 5>t. ^icjolw'g. (lSOl-1804.) Rev. 
James Dawson. 

t Shortwood, Temple Cloud, Bristol, 5>t. i^tcj^oers. (I5th 
May, 1806.) Rev. T. M. McDonnell. 

t Taunton, g^t <Qreotge'0. (1821.) Rev* John Mitchell. 

; — , Cottbentofotttaalrijof lioloitw. (1808*) Rew. 

John Jenkins and Canon Vals. 

Weston-super-Mare. (Vacant.) 



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87 



WILTS.— Population, 241,003. 

Salisbury, gtit <!^inttnlr'0. (1847-48.) Rev. H. J. Green. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 10^. V on Sund at 3, on HDs 
at 7 P.M. On Sund Catechet Instruct at 3^. On WDs Mass at 
9. Confessions every mrng before Mass, and on Sat and the 
eves of festivals from 4 p.m. till 10. Benedic on Thurs at 7. 
Rosary on Sat evngs at 8. 

Swindon. Served from Fairford. 

t Wardour Castle, Salisbury, ail JbaitttS*. (1776.) Revr- 
Henry W. Walmsley and John Grimston, S.J. 
Chippenham. Served from Frome. 






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Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese* 

Priests — On the Missions 

At Prior Park 

At Downside 
Churches and Chapels 
Stations 
Colleges, viz : 

SS. Peter and Paul's, Prior Park. 
St. Gregory's, Downside. 

Religious Houses (of Men), viz : . . . .2 

Benedictines Somersetshire, Downside. 

Dominicans Gloucestershire, Woodchester. 

Convents of Religious Women, viz : . . .5 

Sisters of Mercy . . . . . • Gloucestershire, < S . '^ ®® ' 

Dominicans .. •( .. .. Clifton. 

Order of the Visitation . . . . ■ Sales House. 

Franciscans • Somersetshire, Taunton. 

f Amo's Court, 



Sisters of the Good Shepherd 



Brislington. 

Church building at Cheltenham ; the old chapel about to be con- 
verted into schools. Subscriptions earnestly requested. 

Bedminster. Schools (to be used in the mean time as a chapel) 
under erection. 

Penny Well, Bristol. Schools just finished and opened. 

St, Mary^Sj Bristol. A fine school for boys lately opened. 

New chapel lately opened at Chippenham. 



88 DI0CE8E OF CLIFTON. 

' SOCIEXy FOR THE REi;.IEF OF INFIRM PRIESTS 
IN THE CLIFTON DIOCESE. 

There formerly existed in the Western District a fund for the relief 
of such poor Priests as, from old age or other infirmity, were no longer 
ahle to live hy the altar they had served. The want of such a fund has 
been deeply felt, and it is our ohject to revive it ; in fact, a sum of 
money has been already bequeathed for the purpose. 

We can scarcely conceive a work more truly useful and charitable 
than this ; for Priests ought surely to have some provision against old 
age and infirmity ; and it could not be expected or wished that they 
should either be always, even to the very last moment of their lives, 
battling with extreme want, or should contrive to wring enough out of 
the meagre resources of their ministry to supply not only food and rai- 
ment for the present, but also this necessary provision for the future. 
All who are acquainted with the pecuniary condition of our Missions 
will know that we are not exaggerating their poverty ; and we have, 
consequently, some claim on the laity for assistance towards this fund. 

All Priests of the Diocese are alike invited to become members of 
our Society, though the Secular Clergy are more especially considered, 
because, as a matter of course, they can have no share in the provision 
so properly made by the religious bodies for their own members. In 
fact, it would be well to correct, in some degree, this apparent anomaly : 
that the Secular Clergy should, in temporals, be so much worse pro- 
vided for in their old age than their religious brethren. 

Earnestly, then, and lovingly, we commend this charity to all friends 
of the Clergy — to all, indeed, who esteem " the labourer worthy of his 
hire," even though his life be prolonged beyond his power to labour ; 
and we have only to add, that, in grateful return for all charity, the 
Holy Sacrifice will be offered up every year by each of the rev. mem- 
bers for all benefactors, living and dead ; and every donor to the amount 
of 10/. and upwards shall have, besides, one Mass offered up on his be- 
half by every one of the members. 

W. J. Vaughan, Chairman 
Ferdinand English, Treasurer 

and Secretary f Committee of 

F. Neve ) Management, 

R-Ward 
W. Buckle / 

' N.B. Further particulars may be obtained of the Very Rev. Fre- 
derick Neve, at the Bishop's House, Clifton ; or of the Very Rev. 
Ferdinand English, D.D., at Cannington, near Bridgewater; and 
donations to the Society will be gratefully received by either. 

Bequests may be left in the following form : 

"7, A. B., do bequeath to the Very Rev. Ferdinand English, D.D., 
of Cannington, near Bridgewater, Secretary, or to the Secretary for 
the time being, of the Institution called * The Society for the Relief of 

Infirm Priests in the Clifton Diocese^' the sum of 

for the ben^t of that Institution ; and I direct that the same shaU be 
paid out of my personal estate, and not out of my real estate^ or chat' 
tels reaU* 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C, 89 



X. DIOCESE OF PLYMOUTH. 

Comprehending Devonshire, Dorsetshire, and Cornwall, 

with the Scilly Islands. 

Population, 1,106,466. 

Right Rev. WILLIAM VAUGHAN, Bishop; consecrated 
Sept. 16, 1855, at the Holy Apostles, Clifton, hy Cardinal 
Wiseman. Residence, 2 Victoria Place, Stonehouse, Plymouth. 



Cathedral Chapter. 
Very Rev. George Oliver, D,D.f Provost. 

Canons. 

Veiy Rev. Robert Piatt. Very Rev. John Brande 

■ Ralph Brindle. Morris. 

Herbert A. WooUett, Hon. William Clif- 

Penitentiary. ford, D.D., Theologian. 
— Maurice Power. Thomas Tubury. 



DEVONSHIRE.— Population, 572,207. 

t Plymouth, Stonehouse, |bt. AUrg's. (20th Dec. 1807.) 
The Lord Bishop, Revv. Walter Buckle, J. Shortland, and 
Richard Schofield. 

' t Exeter, 5>t. Nicjoto'ft Stiotfi. (1790— 6th Jan. 1792.) 
Rev. James Eccles, S.J. 

AxMiNSTER, Ibt ilSats'0. (15th Aug. 1831.) Rev. Thomas 
Lynch. 

Barnstaple, Jj^t. ^atfi'0. (24th Oct. 1855). Very Rev. 
Ralph Canon Brindle. 

FoUalon House, Totnes. (1801.) Very Rev. Robert Canon 
Piatt. Mass on Sund at 11 ; on HDs at 10 ; on WDs at 8^ 

Tawstocky Barnstaple. (9th Dec. 1827.) Very Rev. R. 
Canon Brindle. 

Teionmouth. #ut BIe00etriLalrs anlr Jbt Clftattoi'd. (1854.) 

Hev. Henry Brigham, S.J. 

Tiverton, ^t Jlolftn'0. (1837.) Rev. Michael Carroll. 

Torquay, CJe aMUmptioH. (Feb. 17, 1854.) Very Rev. 
Maurice Canon Power. 

Tor Abbey, ^i. Jbabiour'tf. (1779.) Served from Torquay. 

Ughrookej Chudleigh, ^t. Csprtan'0. Rev. C. Lomax, S.J. 

Ybalmpton. (Opened 4th July, 1852.) Very Rev. John 
Brande Canon Morris, 



90 DI0CB8B OF PLYMOUTH. 

DORSETSHIRE.— Population, 177,597. 
t Bridport, 5bSb. IKatfi anil Catj^eritu's. (1845— 22d July, 

1846.) Rev. Patrick F. Cass. 

Mass on Sund. and H.Ds. at 11. Evng. Service at 3|. 

f Chioeock. Rev. John Sinnot, O.S.B. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10. V and Catech Instruct 
and Benedic at 4. On Thursd evngs Devs of the Cbnfrat 
of the M. P. Blood. Instruct and Benedict 1st Sund of the 
month. Devs of the Bona Mors, Mass on WDs at 9. 

t Ltdworth Castle y Wareham, Jj^t. 4(lars*0. (1790.) Rev. 
Rohert Havers, S.J. 

t Lyme, J^^.iCltctiaelaillr<$eotge'0. (27th Aug. 1837.) Rev. 
Joseph Bunn. Mass on Sund and HDs at 10^. Prayers and 
Benedic at 3. Mass on WDs at 9. 

t MamhuU, Blandford. (3d July, 1802.) Rev. W. Casey. 

t PooLB, 5bt. ASatS'ft. (Opened July 16, 1839.) Very Rev. 
H. A. Canon WooUett. Mass on Sund and HDs at 10^. V 
and Benedic on Sund at 6 ; and on HDs at 7. Mass on WDs 
at 8. 

t Spetisbury, Blandford, CJ^ittcl^ Of tl^elimnarttlate Coitceptfoit. 

(8th Sept. 1830.) Rev. W. S. Agar. Mass on Sund at a i before 
7, and High Mass on Sund and HDs at 9}. 

\JStapehill, Wimbome, Coiibent Of our 1$. Hairs of I9oloiir0. 

(1847— July 16, 1851.) Rev. Francis A. Hawkins, O.C. High 
Mass on Sund and HDs at 10, preceded by English prayers, 
and followed by an Instruct. V at 4 in sum. and 3 in wint., 
after which Benedic, the living Rosary, and an Instruct. 

t Weymouth, Jbt. attgtt8titte*tf. (1833— 22d Oct. 1835.) Very 
Rev. Thomas Canon Tilbury and Rev. L. Smith. Mass ou Sund 
and HDs at 11. Aft Serv at 3^. 



CORNWALL.— Population, 356,662. 

Bodmin, SbtiHatg**. (24th Sept. 1846.) Rev. JohnToohey. 

Camborne. Rev. Richard Mansfield. 

t Falmouth, Cjutcj Of Otlt Immanilate ltal>l?. (1821.) Rev. 
James Carey. 

Llanheme, St. Columb, Jblb. JIO0^9 aiUT 2lnn$'0. (24th Oct. 
1797.) Rev. Patrick Walsh. 

Penzance, Cj^utc) Of ttje Immaculate Conc^tton. (26th Oct. 
1843.) Rev. William Laffan. 

Trelawny, Liskeard, Polperro. Rev. Luke Kelly. High 
Mass on Sund at 10. V and Benedic at 3. Mass on WDs at 7. 



RURAL DEANERIES. 
1. Devonshire: 

Dearly Very Rev* Canon Brindle. 
Place of Conference — Exeter. 



churches, chapels, &c. 91 

2. Dorsetshire : 

Dean, Very Rev. Canon WooUett. 
Place of Conference — Poole. 

3. Cornwall : 

Dean, Rev. P. Walsh. 

Place of Conference — Camborne. 



Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese, 

Priests on the Missions 29 

Churches and Chapels ....... 27 

Convents of Religious Women, viz. : 3 

Teresians . • . • • • Llanheme, Cornwall. 

.... r Spetisbury House, Dorset- 

Augustmians | ^^^^^^^ 

CistercjaDS • • • • • • Stapehill, Dorsetshire. 

Church opened at Barnstaple 24th October 1855. 



92 DIOCESE OF NOTTINGHAM. 



XI. DIOCESE OF NOTTINGHAM. 

Comprehending Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, 

Lincohishire, and Rutlandshire. 

Population, 1,202,619. 

PATRON SAINTS. 

Our Blessed Lady conceived without sin, 8th Dec. 
S. Hugh, B.C., 17th Nov. 

Right Rev. RICHARD ROSKELL, Bishop; consecrated in the 
Cathedral, September 21, 1853, by his Eminence Cardinal 
Wiseman. Residence, St. Barnabas's, Nottingham. 

Very Rev. Francis Cheadle, D.D. V.G., St. Bamabas's, Notting- 
ham. 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. James Simkiss, Very Rev. Theodore Fauvel. 

Provost. Thomas Tempest. 

Francis Cheadle, D.D. ^ Thomas Sing. 

Vic-Gen. and Canon Peni- Joseph Daniel. 

tentiary. James Griffin, 

— — — James Jones. Canon Theologian. 

— • John Gascoyne. John Joseph Mul- 

' James Waterworth. ligan, Sec. to the Chapter. 



The prefix R. denotes that the Church is a Missionary Rectory. 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 
Population, 294,438. 

f Nottingham, Cathedral Church of, Jj^t. ISotHOtol's. 
(1842-4.) Very Revv. Francis Canon Cheadle, D.D. (V.G.), 
John Jos. Canon Mulligan, and Rev. James Canon Griffin. 

t Newark, Parliament-street, jE^olS €xinitjl> Very Rev. 
James Canon Waterworth. 

t Worksop, Sbt JlSats's. (1838-40.) Very Rev. James 
Canon Jones. 



DERBYSHIRE.— Population, 260,707. 

R. t Derby, |bt. ^atfig C^tttetl. (1838-9.) Very Revv. 
Thomas Canon Sing (Missionary Rector) and Joseph Canon 
Daniel, and Rev. Michael Gogarty. Masses on Sund at 8, 9^, 
and 11. V at 3, and Evng Serv at 6|. On HDs Masses at 
5:^, 8, and 11. Evng Serv on Sund at 8. Daily Mass at 8. 

AsHBURNE. Rev. R. Raby. 

Birdhohne. Served from Mount St. Mary's College. 

Buxton, Jj^t. ^Illte'd. Rev. Edward M'Greavy. Mass on 
Sund at 11. Evng Serv at 6. Mass daily at 8. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 93 

Chesterfield, C()Urc]^ of t^t SnitunetattOtt. (1854.) Rev. 
Thomas M. Hill. Mass on Sund at 10| ; on H Ds at 9; 
Evng Prs at 6 half of the year, and at 3 the other half. 

t Glossop, Manchester, aU §bain\fi\ (1834-7.) Very Rev. 
Theodore Canon Fauvel. 

R. t Hassop, Bakewell, ftll Jbatltts*. (1818.) Rev. J. Nic- 
kolds (Missionary Rector). 

t Hathersage, Bakewell, J&t. tSiis^V%. (1806.) Rev. P. 
Le Dreau. 

New Mills, Stockport, S^t itorj?'*. (1843-5.) Rev. Bryan 
O'Donnell. 

Mount St. Mary's, Chesterfield, Cj^uteD Of tfie immantlate 
Cont^tton. (1844-6.) Revv. the Superiors. 



LEICESTERSHIRE.--Population, 234,938. 

t Leicester^ Wellington-street, jE^olS CrO00. (1818-19.) 
Very Rev. W. T. Nickolds (Prov. O. S. D.), and Revv. F. A. 
Dent, &c. Mass on Sund at 8 and 10 1 ; Rosary and Instruct at 
3; V Serm and Benedic at 6|. On HDs Mass at 7 and 10|. 
Evng Devs and Benedic at 8. On other days. Mass at 7 and 8^ ; 
Evng Devs at 8. 

AsHBY-DE-LA-ZoucH. Servcd from St. Bernard's Abhey. 

Barrow, Loughborough, Jj^t Allban'0. (1839.) Served from 
Loughborough. 

Bosworth Hall, Welford. Rev. Edward Whitehouse. 

Colston Basset. (1840.) First Sund. of month. Rev. J. 
Bick. 

R. t EastweU, Melton Mowbray. (1798.) Rev. J. Bick 
(Missionary Rector). 

t Grace Dieu Manor, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, J^t. ilSar5*0. 
(1837.) Rev. Nicholas Lorrain. 

tj Hinckley, g)t. Seter'8 Snotg. (1824.) Very Rev. S. 
A. Proctor, Prior, O.S.D. On Sund and HDs Mass at 8 and 
10; Evng Serv at 6. On WDs Mass at 8. 

Holt, Market Harboroiigh. Served from Leicester. 

t Loughborough, S^t. Aat8'«. (1835.) Rev. Andrew Egan. 
Mass on Sund at 8 and lOi ; Catech at 3^ ; Evng Serv at 6J. 
Ou HDs Mass at 5^ and 8. Serm and Benedic at 8 p.m. Mass 
on WDs at 7i. 

Melton Mowbray. (1840.) Rev. George Bent. On Sund 
Mass at lOJ ; Ros and Disc at 3 p.m. j Evng Serv at 6. On 
HDs Mass at 9^ ; Benedic at 7^ p.m. Mass on other days at 
8. Night Prayers in summer at 7\, and in winter at 7. 

Ratcliffe, Loughborough, CalUge Of tl^e Itnmacttlate Concep- 
tion. (1847.) Rev. Peter Hutton. 

St. Bernard's Abhey, Loughborough. (1837-44.) Right Rev 
Father Burder, Abbot. 



94 PI0CB8E OF NOTTINGHAM. 

Shbpshbd, Jbt. Wiinttttti*i, Rev. F. Luke. 
JVhitwickj Ashby-de-la-Zouch, f^olQ CrO00. (1837.) Served 
from Mount St. Bernard by Rev. Father Ignatius Sisk. 



LINCOLNSHIRE.— Population, 400,266. 

t Lincoln, No. 18 Silver- street, §^^, Jfojn tje Uapttet av^ 
JlOJftn tje iBbangeU0t'0. Rev. John Holden. 

Barton-on-Humber. Rev. John Lawrence Burge. 

t Boston, |bt. Hflarg'fi. (1827.) Rev. John Rigby. 

Brigg. (1815.) Rev. H. Swale. 

Gainsborough. Served from Brigg. Mass on every alter- 
nate Sund at 10^. V and Evng Serv at 6^. A Sund School 
from 9 to 10^ a.m., and from 2 to 4^ p.m. 

t Grantham, S>t. ^tars'0. (1832-33.) Very Rev. Thomas 
Canon Tempest. Mass on Sund at 10^. OnHDs, not falling 
on a Sat, at 9. When on a Sat at 7^. 

Hainton, Wragby, Jbt iPratlcte of ^Ie0'. (1836.) Very 
Rev. James Provost Simkiss, VG, and Rev. Dr. Donovan. Mass 
at 10 on Sund and HDs. 

Irnham Hall, Colsterworth, g^t. |lftars'0. Very Rev. John 
Canon Gascoyne. 

R. Louth, J^t. Atars'0. Rev. H. Hall (Missionary Rector). 

Market Raisen, f^ol|> ItoolT Cia|iel. (1823.) Rev. Thomas 
Clarke. 

Oagodhy^ Market Raisen. Rev. James King. 

f Stamford. Rev. T. J. O'Connor. 



Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese* 

PriPst« J °" ^^® Mission 33 \ 4^ 

f nests I .j^ Communities 14 / *' 

Churches and Chapels 40 

Colleges, viz. : . 2 

St. Mary's and Ratcliffe. 

Religious Houses (of Men), viz.: 3 

Cistercians . . • • . . St. Bernard's Abbey. 

Dominicans .. .. .. Hinckley. 

Institute of Charity . . . . Ratcliffe. 

Convents of Religious Women, viz. : 4 

Sisters of Mercy, Our^R Lady's 1 Nottingham. 



Derby. 



- Providence . . . . Loughborough. 

- Charity of St. Paul . . Glossop. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C, 95 

XII. DIOCESE OF BIRMINGHAM. 

Comprehending Oxfordshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, and 

Worcestershire. 

Population, 1,407,510. 

PATRON SAINT OF THE DIOCESE. 

Our Blessed Lady conceived without sin, 8th Dec. 

Right Rev. WILLIAM BERNARD ULLATHORNE, O.S.B., 
Bishop ; consecrated June 21, 1846 ; translated from Heta- 
lona, Sept. 29, 1850. Residence, Bishop's House, Birming- 
ham. 

VICARS^OENERAL. 

Tery Rev. Monsignor Henry Weedall, D,D,, St. Mary*s College, 

Oscott. 
George Jefiiies, Bishop's House, Birmingham. 

CHAPTER OF THE DIOCESE. 
PROVOST. 

Very Rev. Monsignor Henry Weedall, D.D., V.G. 

CANONS. 

Rev. Edward Huddleston, Pe- Rev. John K. Dunne, 

nitentiary. James F. Jones. 

Rodolph Bagnall. John Moore, D.D. 

Henry Richmond. George JeflHes, V.G. 

- — > James Jeffries. ■ ■ Thos. Flanagan. 

George Morgan, Theo- 
logian, D.D. 

VICARS FORAN. 

Oxfordshire.—Rev. Wm. Tandy, D.D. 
Stqfordshire, — Rev. J. K. Dunne, Canon. 
Warwickshire, — Rev. J. Moore, D.D., Canon. 
Worcetfershire, — Rev. Thomas Flanagan, Canon, V.F. 

PRESIDENTS Of CONFERENCES. 

St Mary's College, Oscott, — Very Rev. H. Weedall, D.D, 

V.G., Provost. 
Sedgley Pdrifc.— Rev. G. Rolfe. 
Creswell. — Rev. J. K. Dunne, V.F., Canon. 
Leamington, — Rev. J. Jeffries, Cation. 
Banbury.— Uey, Wm. Tandy, D.D., V.F. 
Worcester, — Rev. Thomas Flanagan, Canon, V.F. 
Bishop's Secretary. — Rev. Edgar Estcourt, Bishop's House, Bir* 
mingham. 

WARWICKSHIRE.— Population, 479,479. 
BiRiiwoHAM, Cathedral Church of Sbt ©*aXr. (1839-41.) 
RightRev.BishopUUathome. Very Rev. G.JeffHes, Canon, V.G., 



96 DIOCESE OP BIRMINGHAM. 

Revv. M. O'SuUiTan, H. Formby, Wm, Grosvenor, Louis 
Groom, and E. £stcourt. 

Birmingham, Jjbt. Ij^tttX^i, St. PeterV place. (About 1786, 
enlarged in 1802, and in 1825.) Revv. Bernard Ivers and John 
O'Connor. 

Mass on Sund at 8| and 11. Catech Instruc. at 3. V 
Benedic and Serm at 6^ p.m. On HDs Mass at 7| and 10. 
y and Benedic at 71 p.m. On WDs Mass at 7i and S^. 
Benedic and short Discourse on Wedn at 7i p.m. 

, Convent of <©ttr iUlTiJ of fiSUttU* Hands- 

worth. Rev. John Moore, D.D., Canon, V.F. 

Mass on Sund at 7^, and High Mass at^lO^. V Catech 
Instruc and Benedic at 3^ p.m. 

, Oratory of J5>t. ^j^ilqi f,ttU Hagley-road, 

Edgbaston. (1849.) Very Rev. J. H. Newman, D.D. 

, Sbt. ftnite*8, Alcester-street. Rev. John Wyse. 

» St>t f>it'^0\afi\ Park-street. (1847.) Rev. 

John Sherlock. Mass on Sund at 8 and 10^. School and 
Catech at 2^. Baptisms at 4. Evsg Serv at 7. Mass on 
WDs at 8 in winter and 7^ in summer. 

, S^t. Jlosep1^'0» Cemetery, NechellVgreen. 

Served from St. Chad's. 

Abbot's Salfordj Evesham. ( 1 837 — . ) Rev. James Doherty. 

Atherstone. Convent of ^uv I$le00elr iUl)S Of f^t lECOMtV. 
(1841.) Rev. John Ferry. 

Avon Dassett, ^t jfoseyj^'s, Banbury. Rev. William 
O'Grady. 

Baddesley C/m^on, Warwick, SbtiFrattcifl Of 2lMWfg. (1800.) 
Rev. Bartholomew Crosbie. Mass on Sund at 10. On H.Ds at 
8. Evng Serv on Sund at 6. 

t BraiUsy Shipston-on-Stour, SbJb* V^tet attlT VOttl'S. (1726, 
enlarged 1834.) Rev. James Duckett, 

t Coventry, Cl^utcl^ Of Qe |lftO0t fl^ols Sbattwmnt Hill- 
street. (1843-45.) Revv. Ralph Pratt, Henry Sutton, and 
William Price. 

f Coughton Court, Broomsgrove. Rev. F. R. Davis. 

Erdington, ^^. C1^oma0 Attlr (Sflmtttnlr of <!Canter]torfi*0. 

(1848-50.) Rev. Daniel Haigh. 

■\ Foxcote, Shipston-on-Stour. (1813.) Rev. A. Lempfried. 

t Hampton-on- Hilly Warwick, Sbt. Ctatle0 i$orromeo'0. 
(1819, enlarged 1830.) Rev. Thos. Longman. 

Kenilworth, Jbt. 2lU8tftt'g. Rev. John Walker. 

f Leamington Priors, J^t. fetet'S. (1841.) Rev. James 
JefiHes, Canon. 

Nuneaton, |bt. flSiax^'%. (1838-40.) Served from Hinckley 
by Rev. F. P. Sablon. 

Mass on Sund at 10|. Rosary and Catech at 3. Complin 
Serm and Benedic at 6. On HDs Mass at 8^. 



CHURCHESj CHAPELS, &C. 97 

Princetkorpe, Coventry, Jj^t. Atars'0 9rtors. (1837.) Rct. 
Charles Comberbach. 

t Redditch, HHt IBLatiti of Mount €atvx$Vi. (1834.) Rev. 
James Kendal. 

RuoBY, Jj^t. ^larie'ft, Dunchurch-road. (1847.) Revv. Rich- 
ard Richardson and Michael Garelli. On Sund and HDs High 
Mass and Serm at lOj^. Catech at 2 j. V Benedic and Serm at 
3^, except from 1st Sund in May to 1st Sept, when the Oatech is 
at 3 1, and Serm and Benedic at 6. Low Mass daily through the 
year at 7 and 7 J. Rosary, Serm, and Benedic every Wed at 8. 

Sbt. ^ars'0 College, Oscott, Birmingham. (1836-38.) Rev. 
R. Bagnall, Canon. 

Solihull, ^t auffttrtftie oC ^SfnglattlT'S. (1839.) Rev. E. 
Hodson. 

Stratford-on-Avon, Notre 19ame I^e la J^alette's. (Opened 

Sept. 19, 1852.) Rev. Alfred J. Dayman. 

Mass on Sund at 10^. Evng Serv and Benedic at 6^. On 
WDs Mass at 7, Rosary on Frid at 8 p.m. 

Studley, ^t Atars'S. Rev. Nicholas Hodgson. 

t Sutton Coldfield, JIoIj CttnttS* (1834.) Rev. J. B. 
Gowing. 

Wappenhuri/j Leamington. (1849.) Rev. Richard Marsh. 

Weston Hall, Bulkington, Jbt. illar||'0 Of Bet^lel^em. Served 
from Hinckley, by Rev. F. P. Sablcn. 

Wootton Hallf Hen1ey-in-Arden, #ur ISlesselT Ua^ autf 
Sbt Benelriet's. (1814.) Rev. Peter Jos. Hewitt. Mass on 
Sund at 10 J. V Catech and Benedic at 3, Mass on HDs at 
9, Vesp and Benedic at 3. On WDs Mass at 8^. 



OXFORDSHIRE.— Population, 170,286. 

t Oxford, Jbt IgTtatittg*0, High-street, (1793.) Rev. 
Francis Cbadwick. Mass daily at 8^, on Sund and HDs at 10|. 
Evng Prs at 6J. 

t: Banburt, a>t. f Ottt'0. (1838.) Rev. W. Tandy, D.D. 
V.F. 

Mass on Sund at 10 1. Evng Serv and Benedic at 6. 
Benedic on Thurs evng at 7 J. 

t Chipping Norton, J^oIs Cttntts. (1836.) Rev. Joseph 
Abbott. 

Dorchester, Jbt ISirtntts'. (1849.) Rev. Robt. Newsham. 

Heihe, Bicester, J^ols Crintt|>. Rev. Joseph Robson. 

tt Heythrop, Chipping Norton, Jbt. illats'0. (1831.) Rev. 
P. Hefieman. 

ft Radford, Enstone, J^olfi Cr(nit». (1840.) Rev. E. W. 
Winter. 

Souldern Hotae, Brackley. Served from Hethe. 

t Stonor, Henley-on-Thames. Rev. Henry Birks. 



98 DIOCESE OF BIRMINGHAM. 



STAFFORDSHIRE.— Population, 630,506. 

X Alton Towers, Cheadle, g>t. 9eter'0. (1833.) 

t AUon, Cheadle, ^t j|otn'0. Rev. Henry Winter, D.D. 

Ashley, Market Drayton, 0ttt I$le00elr Hitl^ anlr g^t Jfogn 
lteptwt'0. (1824.) Rev. F. Magrath, 

t Aston, Stone, |bt. Mic^Vii* (1847.) Served from Stone. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 6, 8, and 10^, with Serm 
Catech Lect and Benedic at 3 p.m. 

t BiLSTON, }^ol|> Crtntts. (1834.) Revv. P. Davies and 
James Terry. 

t Bhxwich, Walsall, g^t C1ftoma0'0. (1808.) Rev. W. 
Ilsley. 

t Brewood, g^t |lftars'0. Rev. Philip Kavanagh. 

Brierly Hill^ |bt. ^at9'0. Served from Stourbridge. 

Burton-on-Trent. Rev. Thos. Telford. Mass on Sund at 
11. On HDs at 9. Evng Pri^yers and Instruct at 6. 

Cheadle, gbt. ({Bftle0'0. (1846.) Rev. James F. Jones, 
Canon. 

t CoBRiDGE, Staffordshire Potteries, |^t. 19^ter'0. (1780 or 
81, and afterwards enlarged.) Rev. Thomas M- Leith. 

t CresweU, Stone, £t. jNaflr9'0. (181Q.) Rev. John K. 
Dunne, Canon, V.F. 

Great Haywood, Stafford, Rev, Benjamin J. Butland. 

Haunton Hall, Tamworth.. Served from Burton. 

t Leek, Jj^t. ^ar|?'0. (1828-29.) Rev. Michael Power. 

Lichfield, Jj^t CrO00'0. (1803, enlarged 1834.) I^v. J. 
Parke. 

t Longton, Staffordshire Potteries, |^t* <Ste0Ot$*0. (1819, 
enlarged 1834.) Rev. E. Daniel. 

Maryvale, Perry Barr, Birmingham, J5>t. fSLax^*^ CottbOtt. 
Rev. John Gibbons. 

Newcastle-dnder-Lyne, HoIi; t^nitCtS. (1833.) Rev. James 
Massam. 

Oulton, Stone, J^t |ltar5'0 Wttj^. Rev. Francis Fairfax. 

t RuGELEY, g^$^, Jlo0epf anlr lBtt|eltel»a'0. (1849-51.) Rev. 
John S. Grenside. Mass on Sund at 10^. On HDs at 10. 
In winter months Evng Serv at 6^. Sum months at 3. 

I^t. i$enelrtct'0 Vrtors, Stafford. Rev. James Dullard. 

Sedyley, Wolverhampton, ail gbaintfi\ .(^^23.) Rev. Thomas 
Tysan. 

f SedgleyPark, Wolverhampton. (1763.) Rev. George Rolfe, 
Canon of Westminster, Rev, James Moore. 

t Stafford, g^X, att0titt'0. (Originally in 1791.) Rev. Ed- 
ward Huddleston, Canon JPenitentiary. 

Store-upon-Trent. Rev. John Dowling. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 99 

Stone, Convent of Jt l9omCntr. Rev v. F. W. Trenow and 
Eyre Stuart Bathurst. 

t Swynnerton Parky Stone, #ur I$le00el^ HoIrS ^^ ^t- 
ClftoinaS Apostle's. Rev. John Harkness. 

St. Wilfrid's, Cheadle, g>t. 5l8aiUriVg. (1846-48.) Very 
Rev. F. Louis (Rector), Revv. FF. Salvian and Charles. On 
Suud and HDs Mass at 6, 8, and 10^, with Serm ; Catechism, 
Lect and Benedic at 3 p.m. 

Tamworth, Jbt. Jfol^n Baptt0t*0. (1830.) Rev. James Kelly. 

TuNSTALL, Staffordshire Potteries, Jj^t. ^srs's. Rev. Henry 
Davey. 

t Uttoxeter, ^t ^ats*0. (1838-39.) Rev. Peter Holland. 
Mass on Sund and HPs at 10. Evng Serv at 6. 

t Walsall, ^t ^arg'fi, St. Afary's Mount. (1825-27.) 
Revv. Walter Lovi and M. Payne. 

Wednesbury, JIbt. ^tats'0. Rev. George Montgomery. 

X West Bromwich, git. ^tcl^aers. (1832-36.) Rev. T. 
ReviU. 

Wolverhampton, g)f>. fSLBTJ^ flttlT Jloj^n'0, Snow Hill. (Ist 
May 1855.) Revv. John Fanning, James Bond, and Joseph Ken- 
nedy. Mass on Sund at 8 and 9, and High Mass at 11. On 
HDs at 6, 9, and 11. Benedic at 7\, Catech Instruct at 3. 
y and Benedic at 6|. St. Patrick's Schools, Serv on Sund and 
HDs, Mass at 8, Catech at 3. 

t -^ JbSb ^eter antr ¥atir0, North-street. 

(About 1743, rebuilt 1826.) Revv. G. Duckett and John Gallagher. 

Mass 'on Sund at 8 and 10§ ; on HDs at 7^ and 10^. On 
Sund Catechet Instruct at 3, and V and Benedic at 6|. On WDs 
Mass at 7 J. On Thurs Benedic at 7 § p.m. 

— ^ i Sbt. 9atttclt'0, Little's-lane. Served 

from St. Mary's. 

f Woodlane, Burton-on -Trent, ^X, iPraitCttf 0( J5>ale0'. (1795, 
enlarged in 1834.) Rev. P. O'Sullivan. 

WORCESTERSHIRE.— Population, 126,739. 

t Worcester, Jjbt. i!^eorge'0, Sansom-place. (About 1685, 
rebuilt in 1829, again in 1842.) Revv. James Laurenson and 
Ralph Cooper, S.J. 

Broadway. (1823.) Very Rev. F. Raphael (Rector), 
Revv. FF. Bernard, Raimond, Albert, and Paul Mary. 

On Sund and IJDs Mass fit 6, 8, and 10^, with Serm; 
Catechism, Lect and Benedic at 3 p,m, 

Dudley, ^vx BU00elrlLaIr5 anlT Ibt. C1^oina0 of Cantetlittts'0. 

(1842.) Revv. George Fox and William Dunne. 

t Grafton Manor, Broomsgrove, <©ur I3le00ed UatTfi attlT Sbt. 
^idiaeFs. Rev. Henry Campbell. • 

Hanley, Upton-on-Sevem, ®tir l$le00elr ILaJrfi anlr g>t. 211- 
9f|On0O'0. (1844-46.) Rev. Thomas Canon Flanagan, V.F. 



100 



DIOCESE OP BIRMINGHAM. 



t Harmngton Hall, Kidderminster, Sbt fiSUo^^i. (1825.) 
ReT. J. Brownlow. 

t Kidderminster, KolsCrimfg. (1834.) Rev. P. Courtenay. 

Little Malvern, Malvern Wells. Rev. William Scott. 

Stanbrook, Worcester. (1838.) Very Rev. Thos. Heptonstall 
(D.D.), Prov, O.S.B., Revv. Joseph Short and Lewis Spain. 

X Spetchley, Worcester. Rev. Matthew McCann. 

t Stourbridge, aU §^ini%\ New-road. (1822.) Rev. W. 
Keen. 

Upton-on-Severn, l^t. JIO0e9J^'ll. Rev. A. L. Delerue. 



CONFERENCES. 

1. OscoTT College, St, Mary's, 

Lichfield Tamworth Solihull 

Maryvale Birmingham Erdington 

St. Mary's College Sutton. 

2. Sedglet Park, St, Charles Borromeo's. 



Bilston 


Stafford 


Dudley 


Brewood 


Wolverhampton 


Stourbridge 


Bloxwich 


Walsall 


Harvington 


Sedgley 


Wednesbury 


Kidderminster. 


Sedgley Park 


West Bromwich 


L 




3. Creswell, St, 


Chad:8, 


Ashley 


St. Benedict's Priory Stoke-upon-Trent 


Alton Towers 


Swynnerton 


Stone 


Aston 


Woodlane 


Uttoxeter 


Burton 


Cheadle 


Rugeley 


Cobridge 


Longton 


Great Haywood 


Tunstall 


Newcastle 


St. Wilfrid's. 


Leek 


Oulton 






4. Leamington, SL 


Gregory^, 


Atherstone 


Princethorpe 


Hampton 


Leamington 


Kenil worth 


Rugby 


Coughton 


Redditch 


Stratford 


Wootton 


Baddesley 


Studley. 


Coventry 


Wappenbury 






5. Banburt, St, u 


^ttsiins. 


Dorchester 


Hethe 


Chipping Norton 
Radford 


Foxcote 


Stonor Park 


Banbury 


Brailes 


Oxford. 


Heythrope 


Avon Dassett 




6. 


Worcester, St, Francis Xavier^s. 


Worcester 


Hanley 


Salford 


Stanbrook 


Little Malvern 


Broadway. 


Spetchley 


Grafton 





CHURCHE6, CHAPELS, &C» 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese, 
At St. Mary'8 College 



101 



{At St. Mary'8 Co 
In Missions 
In Communities 



8 
96 
29 



} 



Churches and Chapels 

College, — St. Mary's College, Oscott 

Religious Houses (of Men), viz. : 

Passionists, Broadway. 

St Wilfrid's. 

Fathers of the Oratory, Birmingham. 

Institute of Charity, Rugby. 

Convents of Religious Women, viz. : • 

Benedictine, St. Mary's Abbey, Oulton. 

St. Mary's Priory, Princethorpc. 

St Benedict's Priory, Rugeley. 

Stanbrook. 

Dominicanesses, Atherstone. 

Poor Clares, Baddesley. 

Sisters of Penance of St. Dominic, Stone. 

Sisters of Charity of St. Paul, Banbury. 

' Birmingham. 

. Leamington. 

Ursulines, Oxford. 
Sisters of Mercy, Alton. 

— Birmingham. 

. Cheadle. 



133 

91 
1 
4 



17 



— Handsworth. 

— Maryvale. 
Wolverhampton. 



Poor Schools 76 

Schools conducted by Religious : 

Boys' School, St Wilfrid's, by the Passionists. 



Alton. 
Girls' Schools, Birmingham 
■ Cheadle 



:}"' 



the Sisters of Mercy. 
Wolverhampton 

Atherstone, by the Dominicanesses. 
Baddesley, by the Poor Clares. 
Stone, by the Sisters of Penance. 
Banbury 



»By the Sisters of St Paul. 



■ • Birmingham 

Erdington . 

-' Leamington 

. Wallsall . 

Radford 

Oxford, by the Ursulines. 

Charitable Institutions : 

Training School for Schoolmistresses, St. Chad's Convent, Bir- 
mingham. 
Orphanage, St Mary's Convent, Maryvale. 

K 



102 DIOCESE OP NORTHAMPTON. 



XIII. DIOCESE OF NORTHAMPTON. 

Comprehending Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckingham- 
shire^ Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, and Suffolk. 

Population, 1,290,439. 

PATRON SAINT. 

St. Thomas of Canterbury, 29th December. 

Right Rev. WILLIAM WAREING, Bishop ; translated from 
Ariopolis, Sept. 29th, 1850; consecrated Sept. 2l8t, 1840. 
Residence, Bishop's House, Northampton. 

Very Rev.' F. C Husenbeth, D.D., Cossey, "j 

Norwich, > Vicars-General. 

Very Rev. M. Oleron, D.D., Northampton, J 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. F. C. Husenbeth, Very Rev. Henry Thrower. 

Provost. _^— — John Morris. 

John Abbot. ■ ■■ Mark Oleron, Theo- 

— — — John Dalton. logian. 

Thos. Quinlivan. Stephen Longman, 

George Rigby. Penitentiary. 

— — — Thomas Seed. .— — — .^« Thos. Fox. 

The prt^x R. denotes that the Church is a Missionary Rectory, 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.— Population, 213,784. 

t Northampton, CoHegtate CJurcJ Of |bt. iPelix. (1825.) 
Very Revv. John Canon Dalton and Mark Oleron, D.D. and V.G, 
Mass on Sund at 8 and 10^. Catech at 3. Evening Serv at 6|. 

t Aston-le-WalU, Banbury, Oxon. (1827.) Rev. John Duff. 

OuNDLE. Occasionally supplied from Peterborough. 

Peterborough. Very Rev. Thomas Canon Seed. Mass on 
Sund at 11. 

Weedon Barracks. Served from Northampton. 



BEDFORDSHIRE.— Population, 129,789. 

t Skeffordy Biggleswade, Jjbt. (ffiFeorge tje ^art£|t'0. Rev. 
Charles Cuddon. 



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.— Population, 143,670. 

Salt Hill, Slough. Very Rev. Canon Shepherd. Served also 
every Indulgence by the Rev, James Bamber. 

Aylesbury. Rev. M. H. Smith. Mass daily at 8 on WDs 
and at 11 on Sund. Evng serv at 6. 



CHURCHB8, CHAPELS, &C. 103 

R. tt Great M arlow, ^i. Jeter's. (1846.) Rev. Bernard 
Smith (Missionary Rector), Mass on Sund and HDs at 11, 
y and Benedic at 6. 

+ Weston Underwood, Newport Pagnell. Rev. Seth Eccles. 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE.— Population, 191,856. 

R. Cambridge, New Town, J5>t. SnlrretD'0. (1842-43.) Very 
Rev. Thomas Canon Quinlivan (Missionary Rector). 

Sawston Hall, Cambridge. Occasionally served from Cam- 
bridge. 

WisREACH. (1840-54.) #ttr Hairs antr St CJarlw iSorros 

meo'0. Very Rev. Thomas Canon Fox. Mass on Sund at 11 ; 
on H Ds at 9 ; and on W Ds at 8. V with Benedic at ©J. 



NORFOLK.— Population, 433,803. 

R. t Norwich, J5>t. Jfol^n'0, Maddermarket. (1790.) Very 
Rev. John Canon Abbot (Missionary Rector). 

Mass on Sund at 10^, and on HDs at 10^ On WDs Mass at 
8|. V on Sund and H Ds at 3. 

t — . Cfte iftols apofitlefi', Willow-lane^ (1827-29.) 

Revv. John Folding and John Fish wick, S.J. 

t Cossey, Norwich, g>t. ^2EaIstatt'8, (1834-41.) Very Rev, 
F. C. Provost Husenbeth, D.D., V.G. Mass on Sund and 
HDs at 10^. V at 3. 

+ Cossey Hall, Norwich, |bt. SujTUJJtitW'g of England. (1 809.) 
(Vacant.) 

\X Great Yarmouth, Jj^t. fRs,VT^\. Regent-road. Pastor, 
Rev. F. Daniel, S.J. 

Services on Sund at 10^ Gatechet Instruc at 2^^^ Evng. 
serv, at 7. 

R. t Lynn, Jj^t. ittars'tf. Very Rev. George Canon Rigby 
(Missionary Rector). 

t Oxburgh, Stoke Ferry, ©ur Hal^s m^ S:>i' JSargaret'fi. 

(1835.) Very Rev. Stephen Longman. 

Thelton, Diss, Supplied every Indulgence from Bungay. 



SUFFOLK.— Population, 165,26^. 

t Bury St. Edmund's, 23 Westgate-street, J^t. i^Krmtmll'jt. 
Revv. Jas. Brownbill and George Jenkins, S.J. 

t Bungay. (1822.) Rev. W. Brindle, O.S.B. 

Ipswich, ^t ^tar^'S. (1838.) Rev. John C. Kemp. Mass 
on Sund at 11. Catech Instruc at 3. Ros Serm and Benedic 
at 6§. On WDs Mass at 8; Thurs Evngs Devs and Benedic at 
8. On HDs Mass at 9. 

No Mission-house. No School-house. Catholics about 200. 



104 DIOCESE OF NORTHAMPTON. 

Stanninsfield, Bury St. Edmund's, CtKiyel oCt|e ImntOCmlaU 
CoiirepttOll. Rev. William Poole. 

R. Stoke-by-Naylandj Colchester. Rev. Matthias Lane (Mis- 
sionary Rector). 

t Thbtford, Jbt 4flat|f'0. (1827.) Rev. John Taylor. 
Mass on Sund. at 10; on H.Ds. at 9. Aftem. Prayers at 3. 



Eccletiastieal Statistics of the Diocese, 

Missionary Priests . • • . •25 

Churches and Chapels . • • . .25 

Stations ....... 2 

Convent of the Sisters of Notre Dame, Northampton. 
« — ■ St. Paul, Great Marlow. 

Churches projected at Peterhorough and Northampton ; hut the 
means for huilding are greatly wanting. 



RURAL DEANERIES. 

Deanery of St. Thomas of Canterbury. 

Northampton Aston-le- Walls Great Marlow 

Weston-Underwood Ayleshury ShefTord. 

Weedon 

Rural Dean — Very Rev. M, Oleron, D.D., V.G. 



Deanery of St. Wilfred. 

Lynn Regis Wisheach Cambridge 

Oxburgh Peterhorough Oundle. 

Rural Dean — Very Rev. G. Canon Bigby, M.R. 



Deanery of St. Felix« 

Norwich Yarmouth 

Cossey Bungay. 

Rural Dean— Very Rev. F. C. Provost Husenbeth, D.D., V.G. 



Deanery of St. Edward. 

Ipswich Coldham 

Bury St. Edmund's Stoke-by-Nayland. 

Rural Dean — Rev. Matthias Lane, M.R« 



BASTBKN DISTRICT OF SCOTLAND. 105 

CATHOLIC CLERGY, CHURCHES, AND CHAPELS IN 

SCOTLAND. 



EASTERN DISTRICT.— Population, 1,172,530. 

Right Rev. Dr. JAMES GILLIS, Buhop of Limrya, Vicar- 
Apostolic; consecrated July 22, 1838. 



Edinburghshire^ or MiihLothian. — Pop., 258,215. 

t Edinburgh, g^t fSUlXJi% Broughton-street. (1813-14.) 
The Bishop, Revv. George Rigg, Patrick Macmanus, and 
Francis MackerrelJ. 

X Jbt. 9attick\ Lothian-street. (183435.) Revv. 

John Macdonald, Alexander O'Donnell, and Peter Grant. 

Sbt MstqaxtV% Conlinit Greenhill. (1834-35.) 

Rev. Alexander O'Donnell. 

Leith, Cl^rel^ of a^t Hsitijji Jbtar of t^t Ibea. (1853.) 
Rev. A. Macdonald. 

PoRTOBELLo, J^t. Jfol^lt's. (1835-47.) Rev. Joseph Donohoe. 

Dalkeith. (1853-54.) Rev. William M*Kay. 



Dumfriesshire. — Population, 78,025. 

Dumfries, g^t ftlt)rrelD'0. (1813.) Revv. Henry Small and 
George Macmahon. 

Annan, Jbt CjoUmWi* (1839.) Served from Dumfries. 



Fifeshire. — Population, 152,747. 
Dunfermline. (1846.) Rev. Michael O'Beime, who serves 
LoehaeUy and Culross, 

Kirkcaldy. Rev. John Stuart, who serves Cupar, 



Forfarshire. — Population, 174,368. 

Arbroath, ^t Ci^ma0'0. (1848.) Rev. A. Gordon. 

Dundee, i^t ftntrre)D*0. (1836.) Revv. Stephen Keenan, 
James Brown, Michael Kelly, and Lawrence Haydn. 

-; C|ttTC( Of <©ttr iUHs of 'FirtottW. (1851.) Revv, 

David McCartney and Augustine Kiusella. 

Forfar (1852), Montrose, and Brechin. Rev. Peter Cum- 
ming. 

WeWmm, Lochee, Dundee. (1847.) Rev. William Smith. 



Haddingtonshire. 
Haddington. (Station.) Rev. John Prendergast. 



106 EASTERN DISTRICT OP SCOTLAND. 

Kincardineshire. — Population, 34,739. 

St. Mary* 8 College, Blairs, Aberdees, (1829.) Very Rev. 
John MacPherson, V.G. 



1 



Kirkcudbright, {Stewartry.) — Population, 43,274. 
Kirkcudbright. (1845.) Rev. Andrew Smith. 



Dalbeattie^ Castle Douglas, ^\, l$t\tt'%. (1814.) Rev. 
J. Strain. 

New Abbey. Rev. George A, Griffin. 
Kirkconnell. Rev. Thomas Witham. 
7Wt&^/««, Dumfries. (1331.) Served from Dumfries. 
Gatehouse. Served from Kirkcudbright. 



Linlithoowshibe. 

Linlithgow. Rev. Andrew Dempsey, 
Bathgate. Served from Linlithgow. 



Peeblesshire. — Population, 10,580. 

Peebles. (1850.) Rev. James Clapperton. 
Traquair House ^ Peebles. (1831.) 



Perthshire^ — Population, 139,190. 

Perth, ^t. Jfojn'g. (1832.) Rev. John S. McCorry. 
Blairgowrie. (1837.) Rev. John Garment. 
Crieff. Served from Perth. 

Murthly Castle, Jbt SntJ^on^^S. (1846.) Rev. J. Mackay. 
Grandtully. (1850.) Tullymet. (1850.) Served from 
Murthly. 

Roxburghshire. — Population, 51,570. 

Hawick, g>Jb. iHai'i) attlT 29ai)ltr'fi. (1844.) Bev. P. Taggart. 
Galashiels. Revv. James Egan and Joseph Mangin, O.M.J. 
Jedburgh. (1855.) Rev. William Darc3\ 
Abbotsford. (1851.) 

Stirlingshire. — Population, 85,556. 

Stirling, e.%vxt% Of \^z p^olfi Cnntt|^. (1838.) Rev. 
Thomas Carlyle. 

Alloa. Served from Stirling. 

Falkirk, Sbt. iPmncw Xabierfl. (1843.) Rev. P. Mac- 
lachan. 

Kirkintilloch, Kilsyth, Strathblane, and Balfron. 
Served from Campsie. 



WESTERN DISTRICT OP SCOTLAND. 107 

Lbnnextown of Campsie, g^U 9attr0. (1846.) Rev. J. 
Gillon. 



WESTERN DISTRICT.— Population, 1,127,866. 

Right Rev. JOHN MURDOCH, Bishop of Castabala, V.A.; 
consecrated Oct. 20, 1833. 

Right Rev. ALEXANDER SMITH, Bishop ofParium, Coad- 
jutor; consecrated Oct. 3, 1847. 



Argyllshire. — Population, 88,460» 

Campbelltown, g^i, itCeran'0. (1850.) Rev. Michael Cro- 
nin, who attends Southend also. 

Drimnm in MorveUy Tohermory, Jjbt iEToIoinba'd. (1838.) 
Rev. Neil Macdonald. 

Glencoe, Sbt. ^un'0. (1836.) Served from Fort William. 

Ayrshire. — Population, 188,524. 

Ayr, 4t. Atargaret'0. (1827.) Rev. Wm. Thomson, who 
officiates also at Dalmellington. 

Dalrt, g>t. *allalriu«'». (1851.) Rev. William Burke. 

Kilmarnock, Jbt. Jfosepj^'s. (1847.) Rev. John Maclachlan. 

Girvan. (1850.) Rev. Walter Dixon, who officiates also 
at Mayhole. 

Saltcoats. (1853.) Rev. William Hallinan. 

Old Cumnock. Rev. Thomas Wallace. 

Largs. Served from Bute. 

KiLBiRNiE. Served from Dairy. 



Buteshire. — Population, 16,547. 

Kambb Bay, J^t. §eULXt\ SM\JBi fSUiXi^. (1849.) Rer. 
Andrew Black. 

Dumbartonshire. — Population, 44,724. 

Dumbarton, Sbt. 9airttft'0. (1830.) Rev. John Macdonald. 
DuNTOCHER. (1850.) Rev. Francis Danaher. 



Inverness-shire, West. — Population, 56,862. 

Ardkenneth (1829), Kilvanan (1820), and Benbecula (1790). 
North End of South Uist. Rev. .fames Macgregor. 

Badenoch, Laggan, Sbi, fStWiOtVfi, (1846.) Rev. Alexander 
Campbell. 

Barra, Dunvegan, Jbt Van. (1827.) Rev. William 
M'Donell. 

Bomith (1837), Daliborg (1827), South Uist. Revv. John 
Chisholm and Colin Macpherson. 



108 WB8TEKN DIITRICT OF SCOTLAND. 

Bunroy in Lockaber. (1826.) Rev. Donald Forbes. 

Canna Island^ Arisaig. Served from Eigg. 

Fort William. (1794.) Rev. Coll. Macdonald. 

Fort Augustus, Jbt Vetet'S. (1842.) Revv. John A. 
Chisholm and Donald M^Kenzie, of Northern District. 

Isle op Etoo. (1844.) Rev. Alexander Gillis. 

Keppochy Arisaig, Jj^t Hftors's. (1849.) Rev. William 
M*lntosh. 

Knoydart, Arisaig, |^t. ftntj^ons'0. Annexed to North Morar. 
(1850.) . 

Moidartj Strontian, Castle Chapel (1826); Langal Chapel 
(1834), Rev. Hugh Chisholm. 

North Morar, Arisaig. (1837.) Rev. Donald M'Kay. 

Glen FIN NAN. Served from Fort William. 



Lanarkshire. — Population, 530,989. 

Glasgow, Great Clyde-street, |^t. AnlTteiD's. (1816.) Right 
Rev. Dr. Murdoch, Right Rev. Dr. Smith, Revv. John Gray, 
James Russell, and Patrick O'Gorman. 

Abercrombie-street, Sbt. HlWCjffi. (1842.) Revv, 

Peter Forbes, Roderick Chisholm, and Richard Dunphy. 

Portugal-street, ^t jlol^lt'0. (1846.) Revv. Valen- 
tine Chisholm and Joseph Galletti. 

Great Hamilton-street, JJt. ft. iligiiorl^fi. (1846.) 

Revv. Thomas Cody and Michael Wall. 

Sbt. fSiunQO*fiy Stanhope-atreet. (1850.) Revv, 

Archibald Chisholm and Eugene Small. 

Sbt. Jfosepl^'s, North Woodside-road, Cowcaddens. 

(1850.) Revv. James Danaher and Alexander Reid. 

Ibt. 9attitk% Hill-street, Anderston. (1850.) 

Rev. Patrick Hanley. 

. — Conbenttf <ffif0I^Jb|e9|st^Dalbeth. Rev. Patrick 

M'Laughlin. 

Springhurn. (1855.) Rev. Dugald Macdonald. 

Partick. Rev. Daniel Gallagher. 

MaryhilL (1851.) Rev. P. E. Kenna. 

AiRDRiE, ^t. iBax%axtV%, (1839.) Revv. Duncan Macnab 
and Francis M'Culloch. 

Oarstairs. Rev. James A. Stothert. 

ROCHSOLES. (1853.) 

Coatbridge, J^t. 9atrtdt'0. (1848.) Revv. Michael O'Keeffe 
and John M'Kay. 

Hamilton, S^i, ^ftors'g. (1846.) Revv. Michael Condon 
and James Milne. 

Lanark. (1849.) Carluke, Carnwath, and Auekingray, Rev. 
John Black. 

Rutherglen. (1851.) Rev. John Shaw. 

Dalbeth, Glasgow. Patrick McLaughlin. 



NORTHERN DISTRICT OF SCOTLAND. 109 

Renfrewshire. — PopulRtion, 158,651. 

Greenock, East Shaw-street, Sbt fiSlatti'%. (1816.) Revv. 
William Gordon and Charles Reid. 

Sbt iLaiDrence*0» Main-street, Cartsdyke. (1854.) 

Rev. Hugh Gallagher. 

Paisley, J^t ASftttlt'tf. (1808.) Revv. Charles M'Kenzie 
and John Kerr. 

Barrhead, Jbt Jlof^ll tlje ^ShaHfltliiVi. (1842.) Rev. John 
Sheedy. 

PoLLOcKSHAWs, J^t fiStatj^^fi. (1849.) Rev. Adam Geddes. 

Port Glasgow. Rev. J^n Carolan. 

Houston, Sbt ifillan'tf. (1841.) Attended from Johnstone. 

Johnstone, J^t fiSUfVUatd*^. (1852.) Rev. Donald M'Eachen. 



Wigtonshire. — Population, 43,109. 

Newton Stewart, Jbt. ^tnintt'tf. (1831.) Rev. J. Buckley. 
Stranraer. (1845.) Rev. Thomas Maher. 

NORTHERN DISTRICT.— Population, 568,291. 

Right Rev. JAMES KYLE, Bishop of Germanicia, V.A., con- 
secrated Sept. 28, 1828. 

Abbrdbensuire. — Population, 214,448. 

Aberdeen, J^t. Iftttt*^. (1804.) Revv. Charles Gordon, 
John Sutherland, and William Stopani. 

BaUagk, Aboyne. (1812.) Rev. William Loggie. 

Braemar, Castleton of Braemar. (1839.) Rev. P. J. Grant. 

Corgarff, Strathdon. (1802.) Served from Glengaim. 

DeecastU. (1797.) Served from Ballogie. 

Glenoairn, Tullich, Aberdeen. (1785.) Rev. George 
Forbes. 

FoooTLOAN (1801), Newbyth (1815), and Fraserburgh. 
Served from Strichen. 

HuNTLY, Jbt. AHargotet'tf. (1834.) Rev. Terence Maguire. 

Inverury, Keithhall, C|ttrci( Of t(e IXOXBOUVMz Contqitioil. 
Rev. James O'Connor. 

Peterhead. (1851.) Rev. Charles Macdonald. 

Strichen. Rev. William Smith. 

Woodside. (1842.) Served from Aberdeen occasionally. 

Wardhouse. 



Banffshire. — Population, 53,829. 

Banff. (1797.) Rev. John Gall. 

Achinhalrig, Fochabers. (1772.) Rev. William Caven. 
Buckie. Served from Preshome. 

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110 . NORTHERN DISTRICT OF SCOTLAND. 

Chapeltoum, Glenlivat, Ballindallocb, Jbt. 49att;'0. (1829.) 
Rev. James Glennie. 

Duffiown, Mortlach, Sbt Keait'fi. (1825.) Revv. J. Kemp 
and George Gordon. 

Keith. (1831.) Rev. Charles Tochetti. 

Portsoy. (1829.) Rev. John Maceachron. 

Preshome, Fochabers, gbt. (Sregorjf'fl. (1788.) Right Rev. 
Dr. Kyle, Revv. William Clapperton, and John Ritchie. 

Tombae, Glenlivat, Ballindalloch, ^%VXt% Of t$e iltcantattOII. 
(1829.) Rev. Robert Stuart. 

rommtou/, Strathavon, ^t.iiltc]^r0. (1837.) Rev. H. Gall. 



Caithneiss- SHIRE. — Population, 38,422. 
Wick. (1838.) Served during the Herring Fishery season. 



Inverness-shire, East. — Population, 42,570. 

Inverness, ^t illar|^*0. (1837.) Rev. William Dawson. 

Beauly. (1843.) Rev. James Gordon. 

Eskadale^ Strathglass, Beauly, ^t. iilarfi'0. (1826.) Revv. 
Angus M^Keiizie and Thomas Chisholm. 

FasTifikyle, Strathglass, Beauly, Jbt. 1Seait'0. (1802.) Rev. 
John Macdonald. 

Glenmorriston. (1841.) 1 Rev. Donald M'Kenzie, 

Stratherrick. J alternately. 

Moray or Elginshire. — Population, 38,616. 

Elgin, |bt. Sbglbecter'tf. (1844.) Rev. John Thomson. 
Fochabers. (1828.) Rev. William Robertson. 



Ross AND Cromarty Shires. — Population, 82,564. 
Dornie, Lochalsh. (1790.) Rev. James Lamont. 



Changes aince the preceding pages were printed. 

Rev, Dr. Logan, Calehill. 

Rev. Dr. O'Toole, who attends the Camp of the British 
Foreign Legion at Shorn cliffe, and who will also serve, on Sun- 
days, a chapel to be opened at Folkestone. 

N.B. There are floating chapels for the Catholic sailors at 
Plymouth, Sheerness, and Portsmouth. 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. Ill 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

Of the Most Reverend, Right Reverend, Very Reverend, and 
Reverend the Clergy, Secular and Regular, in England and 
Wales ; with their Addresses, 

N.B. When more than one place is given after any name, the layt indicates the 

Pott TowUf unless otherwise stated. 



Canons are usually addressed " Very ReTerend." 

Abbot, John, Canon of Northampton ; St John's, Madder-market, 

Norwich 
Abbot, Joseph ; Chipping Norton 
Abbot, Thomas ; Monmouth 
Abraham, James, Canon of Liverpool ; Southport 
Abram, Abraham ; Netherton, Liverpool 
Acquarone, L. (LL.D.); Droylsden, Manchester 
Adamson, Thomas ; Serenus-place, Orrell, Wig^an 
Addis, Bernard ; Mount St. Mary's, Chesterfield 
Agar, W. S. ; Spetisbury, Blandford 
Ainsworth, John ; Kingston-on-Thames 

Alban, F. ; St. Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, £dgeware-road, London 
Alberry, Joseph ; Bishop's House, Winchester 
Albert, F. ; St. Saviour^s Retreat, Broadway 
Alcock, Henry; Crewe 
Allansou, Peter; Swinburne Castle, Hexham 
Allen, Thomas ; St. Ann's, J unction -street, Ancoats, Manchester 
Allen, W. F. (BA.) ; King-street, Barnard Castle 
Almond, Thomas ; St. Mary's, 12 St. Paul's-square, Liverpool 
Alonso, D. ; King-street, Hammersmith 

Aloysins, F. ; St. Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, Bdgeware-road, Lond. 
Amherst, F. K. ; St. Mary's College, Oscott, Birmingham 
Auderdou, -~ ; Campden House, Broadway 

Anderson, F. B. (F. Bartholomew) ; St. Bernard's Abbey, Loughbro' 
Anderson, Percy ; St Laurence's College, Ampleforth, York 
Anderton, J. ; Singleton, Kirkham 
Antony, Father ; Peckham, near London 
Applegath, Augustus ; Clewer Green, Windsor 
Arnold, W. ; Huddersfield 
Amouz, Joseph ; Everingham, Hayton, York 
Arquis, Joseph* A. ; Coedangred, Skenfrith, near Monmouth 1 

Arrowsmith, Roger ; St Patrick's, 20 Park-place, Liverpool ! 

Atkinson, Thomas ; Aberford, Milford Junction, Yorkshire I 

Aylward, Very Rev. J. D. (Prior O.S.D.) ; Woodchester, Stroud 

Brioos, Right Rev. John, Bishop of Beverley ; York 
Brown, Right Rev. Gborob, Bishop of Liverpool; 17 Catherine- 
street, Liverpool 
Brown, Right Rev. Jambs, Bishop of Shrewsbury ; Salter's Hall, 
Newport, Salop 



112 LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Brown, Rig>ht Rev. Thomas Joseph, Bishop of Newport; Chep- 
stow, Monmoathshlre 

BuRDER, Right Rev. G. ; Ahbot, St Bernard's Abbey, Longhboroogh 

Bagnall, R. (V.P.), Canon of Birmingham ; St Mary's College, Oscott, 
Birmingham 

Bagshawe, Edward G. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Bag^hawe, John, Chaplain to the Army in the East 

Baines, William ; Witham, Essex 

Baldacconi, A.M. (LL.D.); Middle-street, Gosport 

Ball, Anthod^ Joseph ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Ballard, Edward C. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Ballard, George V. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Balston, Francis R. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Bamber, James ; 6 Spanish-place, Manchester-square, London 

Bamber, John ; Bridge-street, Sunderland 

Bamber, John ; St Leonard's-on-Sea 

Bampton, George ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Barge, Thomas ; 78 Dean*street, Soho, London 

Baron, John; Wakefield 

Baron, Peter; Puddington, Chester 

Barrow, Andrew ; Broughton Hall, Skipton 

Bateman, James ; Chipping, Preston 

Bathurst, S. E. ; Convent, Stone 

Batt, Charles; 24 Golden- square, Loudon 

Beaumont, John; South Hill, Chorley 

Bennet, Thomas ; Old Swan, Liverpool 

Bennett, William ; Lys Marie, Sickling Hall, Wetherby 

Benoit, Peter, Canon of Salford ; Bishop's House, Salford 

Bent, George ; Melton Mowbray 

Bernard, F. ; St. Saviour's Retreat, Broadway 

Bernardino, F. ; St Anne's Retreat, Sutton, St Helenas, Laneaahire 

Bewick, John William ; North Shields 

Bick, J. ; Eastwell, Melton Mowbray 

Biden, John Xavier; Mount St. Mary's, Chesterfield 

Billington, Thomas ; St Wilfrid's, Bedford-street, Hulme, Man-eater 

Bird, Edward; Clitheroe 

Birks, Henry ; Stonor, Henley-on-Thames 

Bissot, AbbI ; St. George's Cathedral, St George's Fields, London 

Bittleston, Henry; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Blackett, Charles ; Holywell 

Blount, Henry J.; 10 St James's square, Cheltenham 

Boardman, James, Canon of Salford ; Bury , 

Bolton, Richard ; Leybum, Bedale 

Bolton, Tobias ; 73 Pilgrim-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Bond, James ; Snow Hill, Wolverhampton 

Bond, Joseph ; St. Walburgie's, Preston 

Bonney, Thomas ; St. Peter's, 37 Seel-street, Liverpool 

Bonomi, John ; Llansanfraid, Raglan, Monmouthshire 

Bonus, John, B.D. ; Tumham Green, Middlesex 

Bowden, John E. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Bower, Joseph ; Cowes, Isle of Wight 

Bowland, Francis ; Easeboume, Petworth, Sussex 



LIST OF THE CLEROT IN ENGLAND AND WALE0. 113 

Bowles, Frederick S. ; the Oratory, Edg^baston, Birmiiig>ham 

Bowman, Thomas, Canon of Southwark ; 1 Parker's-row, Bermondsey, 
London 

Bradley, A. ; Brownedg«, Preston 

Bradshaw, Edward ; Holy Cross, 10 Queen Anne-street, Liverpool 

Bridge, John Brice ; Stourton, Knaresboroug'h 

Bridg-es, George ; Brou^hton, Skipton 

Brigham, Henry; Teigfnmouth 

Brindle, Ralph, Canon of Plymouth ; Barnstaple 

Brindle, Very Rev. Monsignor (D.D.), Provost and V.G. of the Dio- 
cese of Clifton ; Prior Park, Bath 

Brindle, W. ; Bun^y 

Broadrick, Michael ; Crewe, Cheshire 

Brosnan, Daniel ; Wandsworth 

Brown, Georgfe; St. Anne's, Leeds 

Brown, Joseph, sen.. Canon of Hexham ; Carmel House, Darlington 

Brown, Nicholas, Canon of Hexham ; Wigton, Cumberland 

Brown, Richard ; Dalton-square, Lancaster 

Browne, Edward, Canon of Shrewsbury ; St. Wereburge's, Bhkenhead 

Browne, Henry F. ; Catholic Coll. Institute, Grosvenor-sq., Manchester 

Browne, John F. ; St. Chad^s, Cheetham-road, Manchester 

Browne, Joseph Aloysius ; 73 Pilgrim-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Browne, Richard A., Canon of Beverley ; St. Anne's, Leeds 

Brownbill, Francis ; New Hall, Chelmsfbrd 

Brownbill, James ; 23 "Westgate-street, Bury St. Edtnond's 

Brownlow, John ; Hanrington Hall, Kidderminster 

Bruno, Stephen ; Cardiff, Glamorganshire 

Buckle, Walter ; Stonehouse, Plymouth 

Buggenoms, Louis ; St. Mary's College, Park-road, Clapham 

Bolbeck, William A. ; St. Austin's, Great Howard-street, Liverpool 

Bunn, Joseph ; Lyme Regis 

Burchall, Very Rev. Dr., President of the English Benedictines ; St. 
Bennet's Priory, Woolton, Liverpool 

Burchall, James ; Cowpen, Morpeth 

Burge, George Lawrence ; Barton-on-Humber 

Burke, Michael ; 90 Garden-street, Sheffield 

Bums, Andrew; Middlesbro^-on-Tees 

Bury, Thomas ; St. Lawrence's College, Ampleforth, York 

Bntland, Benjamin J. ; Great Haywood, Stailbrd 

Butt, John ; St Leonard's-on-Sea 

Byrne, Denis ; 1 Encombe-place, Salford, Manchester 

Byron, L. ; Burton-green, Christchurch 

Caccia, Charles ; St. Mary's, Rugby 

Cahill, Thomas ; St. Joseph's, Bunhill-row, London 

Calderbank, Leonard, Canon of Clifton ; Gloucester 

Caldwell,—; Weobly 

Caldwell, George ; Ormskirk 

Caldwell, J. B. ; St. Anne's, Edg« Hill, Liverpool 

Callaghan, Henry ; St. Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, Ware 

Callaghan, P.; 12 St. Paul's-square, Liverpool 

Callibert, Francis Joseph ; St Marie's Presbytery, Sheffield. 



L 



114 LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Campbell, Henry ; Grafton Manor, Bromsgnrove 

Cantwell, E., Canon of Salford; St. Patrick's, livesey-street, Man- 
chester 

Carbery, Edward, Canon of Shrewsbury ; Qaeen-street, Chester 

Cardlnael, Peter; Shaw-street, Oldham 

Cardozzo, Fi*anci8 ; St. Mary's, Ruprby 

Cardwell, William ; St. Beuno's College, St. Asaph's 

Carey, James ; Falmouth 

Carpue (F. Alban); St. Bernard's Abbey, Loughborough 

Carr, James A., sen. ; Runcorn 

Carr, James ; St. Nicholas^ Warren- street, Liverpool 

Carrol, Michael ; Tiverton 

Carter, Edmund, Canon of Salford ; Pilkingfton-st., Bolton-le-Moors 

Carter, John ; Wools ton, Warrington 

Caitey, William ; Mamhull, Blandford 

Caswall, Edward ; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Cass, Patrick ; Bridport 

Cavalli, Dominick ; St. Mary's, Newport, Monmouthshire 
''Ceroni, Dominick ; Ratcliffe College, Loughborough 

Chadwick, Francis ; Oxford A 

Chadwick, James ; St. Ninian's, Wooler 

Champion, Cyrus ; 8 Albert-place^ Spitalfields, London 

Chapman, Robert, Canon of Newp. and Menev. ; Talacre Hall, Rhyl 

Charles, F. ; St Wilfrid's Retreat, near Cheadle 

Chaurain, S. ; 8 Albert-place, Spitalfields, London 

Cheadle, Very Rev. Francis (Vic-Gen. and Canon of Nott) ; Bishop's 
House, Nottingham 

Chevalier, Onesime ; Ramsgate 

Christie, James Albany ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Clark, Henry, Navy Chaplain ; Portsmouth. Letters to be addressed, 
'* Catholic Chapel, Portsmouth." 

Clarke, Thomas ; Market Raisen 

Clarke, Thomas Tracy ; Beaumont Lodg^, near Windsor 

Clarkson, A. ; Pontypool 

Cliiford, Edward L. ; Clifford, Tadcaster 

Clifford, Walter ; Brough Hall, Catterick 

Clifford, George William ; St. Ignatius's, Preston 

Clifton, Cuthbert ; Workington 

Clough, Francis ; President, Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Cockshoot, Thomas ; Holme, Hayton, York 

Cobb, William ; 9 Hill-street, Berkeley- square, London 

Coffin, Robert ; St Mary's College, Park-road, Clapham 

Coles, Cornelius; New-road, Woolwich 

Colgan, Richard, Canon of Shrewsbury ; Plowden, Lydbury-North 

Collingridge, Ignatius ; St. Peter' s-street, Winchester 

Collingridge, Peter, Canon of Southwark ; 1 Parker*s-row, Bermond* 
sey, London 

Collyns, Charles H. ; St Francis Xavier's, Salisbury-street, Liverpool 

CoUomb, T. B. ; Romford 

Comberbach, Charles ; St. Mary's Priory, Prinoethorpe, Coventry 

Connaty, Eugene ; Sutton Place, Guildford 

Connolly, James ; St Mary's, 22 Finsbury-circus, Moorfields, London 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALB8. 115 

-Coxmollyi John ; 6 Spanish-place, Manchester-square, London 

Consitt, E. ; St. Ninian's, Wooler 

Conway, James ; Oldham 

Conway, Michael ; Sheppey Cottapre, Sheemess 

Cook, Francis; St. Austin's, 139 Great Howard-street, Liverpool 

Cooke, Francis; Holy Cross, 10 Queen Anne-street, Liverpool 

Cooke, Henry; Bootle, Liverpool 

Cooke, Henry Joseph ; Barnsley 

Cooke, Robert (Proy. O.MJ.); St Mary's Mission House, Richmond- 
street, Leeds 

Cookson, Thomas, Canon of Liverpool; St. Augustine's, St Augustine's- 
plaoe, Preston 

Coop, Peter ; Burton Park, Petworth 

Cooper, Very Rev. Ralph ; President, St Lawrence's College, Ample- 
forth, York 

Cooper, Rtilph M. ; Chipping Sodbury 

Cooper, Ralph ; Sansom- place, Worcester 

Cooper, Richard; St. Ignatius's, Preston 

Cooper, Thomas ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Corless, George J. A. (D.D.) ; Cottam, Preston 

Corlett, William ; Hindley, Wigan 

Corr, Richard; Wakefield 

Corry, James ; 12 Earl- street, Westminster 

Costa, Joseph ; St Marie's, Loughborough 

Costello, Edmund ; Lowe House, St. Helenas 

Costigan, Thomas ; Prospect-place, Margate 

Cotham, James ; 10 St James's-square, Cheltenham 

Cotham, William ; Portico, Prescot 

Cotter, Jeremiah ; St George's Cathedral, St George's Fields 

Coulston, John ; St Michael's, Stockport 

Courtenay, P. ; Kidderminster 

Cowban, Richard; Barton-terrace, Preston 

Cox, Very Rev. Edward (D.D.,V.G.), Canon of Westminster j Bugle- 
street, Southampton 

Crane, Edward, Canon of Beverley ; Kilvington, Thirsk 

Crawley, George J. Lloyd ; 6 Derwent-place, Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Crookall, John, D.D , Canon of Westminster; Woolhampton, Newbury 

Crook, Very Rev. James, V.G. and Provost of Liverpool ; St Ni- 
cholas's, Warren-street, Copperas-hill, Liverpool 

Croebie, Bartholomew; Baddesley, Warwick 

Croskell, Very Rev. Robert, V.G. and Provost of Salford ; St Augus* 
tine*8, Granby-row, Manchester 

Croskell, Thomas ; St. Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 

Crowe, Francis, D.D. ; Cadogun-terrace, Sloane-street, Chelsea 

Crowe, Thomas ; Formby, Liverpool 

Cuddon, Charles ; Shefford, Biggleswade 

Cullen, Joseph ; Stockton upon-Tees 

CuUimore, James ; Keighley, Bradford 

Curry, Luke ; Carlisle 

■ 

Dale, J. H. ; 19 Cornwall-place, HoUoway 

Dalgaims, John ; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 



116 LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Dalton, John, Canon of Northampton ; BUhop^s House, Leicester- 
road, Northampton 

Daly, W. J. ; Failsworth, Manchester 

Danell, James; St. George's Cathedral, 8t George's Fields, London 

Daniel, E. ; Longi:on, Staffordshire Potteries 

Daniel, Francis ; Great Yarmouth 

Daniel, Joseph, Canon of Nottingham ; St. Mary's, Derby 

Daneon, Thomas ; Howden 

Darnell, Nicholas; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Davey, Henry; Tunstall, Staffordshire 

David, Abb^ ; Convent, Norwood 

Davies, Peter ; Bilston 

Davis, Edwin ; St. Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 

Davis, G. J. ; St. Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 

Davis, Richard ; Coughton-court, Bromsgrove 

Davy, William ; St. Peter's, 37 Seel- street, Liverpool 

Dawber, John ; Mawdesley, Rufford, Ormskirk 

Dawson, James ; Shepton Mallett 

Dawson, John ; Tredegar 

Day, Samuel ; Felton Park, Felton 

Dayman, Alfred J. ; Rother House, Stratford- on-A von 

De Blon, Peter ; Blackeley, Manchester 

Delerue, A. ; Spetchley, Worcester 

Dent, Francis A. ; WelUngfton-street, Leicester 

Dewhurst, James ; St. Peter's, 37 Seel'Street, Liverpool 

Dillon, Thomas ; Clarendon-square, Somers-town 

Dinmore, Edward ; Goosnargh, Preston 

Doherty, John ; 54 Lincoln' s-inn-fields, London 

Doherty, John ; Chorley 

Doherty, James ; Abbots Salford, Evesham 

Dolan, William ; 39 Duncan-terrace, Islington, Loudon 

Dolman, Alfred ; St Edmund's College, Old Hall Greeu, Ware 

Donovan, D. ; Crayfbrd 

Donovan, Jeremiah, D.D.; Hainton, Wragby 

Dowding, James H., senior ; Little Crosby, Liverpool 

Dowding, James, junior; Clayton-green, Chorley 

Dowding, John ; Easingwold 

Dowling, John ; Rochdale 

Dowling, John ; Stoke-upon-Trent 

Doyle, Very Rev. Thomas, Provost of Southwark (D.D.); St. George's 
Church, St George's Fields, London 

Doyle, Thomas ; St. Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, Ware 

DriscoU, Michael ; Gravesend 

Duck, James Basil ; St Austin's, Great Howard-street, Liverpool 

Duckett, George ; SS. Peter's and Paul's, North-st., Wolverhampton 

Duckett, James ; Brailes, Shipston-on-Stour 

Duckett, Thomas ; St. Mary's College, Oscott, Birmingham 

Duff, John ; Aston-le-walls, Banbury 

Duff, Peter ; 90 Garden-street, Shettield 

Duggan, Maurice ; St. Joseph's, 8 Grosvenor- street, Liverpool 

Dujardin, F. ; St Anthony's, Scotland- road, Liverpool 

Didlard, James ; St. Benedict's Priory, Colwich, Staffordshire 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 117 

Dimderdale, William ; St. Wilfrid's, Bedford^st, Hulme, Manchester 

Dunn, Patrick; Rixton, Warrington 

Dunne, J. K., Canon of Birmingham ; Cresswell, Stone 

Dunne, William; Dudley 

Dutertre, Peter; Holy Cross, 10 Queen Anne-street, Liverpool 

Errinoton, Most Rev. George, Archbishop of Trebizond, Coad- 
jutor of Westminster, and Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese 
of Clifton ; Clif%on, Bristol 

Eccles, James ; St Nicholas's Priory, Exeter 

Eccles, Seth ; Weston Underwood, Newport Pagnell 

Ecuyer, Joseph ; 8 Albert-place, Spitalfields, London 

Egtm, Eugene, Canon of Shrewsbury ; Staleybridge 

Egun, Andrew ; St. Marie's, Louf^hborougrh 

Ellis, Michael ; Larting^n, Barnard Castie 

Elwes, Henry ; Saloombe, Devon 

Emidius, Father; Peckham, near London 

Eng'land, Henry ; Birkenhead 

English, Very Rev. Monsig'. Ferdinand (D.D.), Canon of Clifton; 
Cannington, Bridg^water 

Estcourt, Edgar ; Bishop's House, Birmingham 

Etheridge, James; St. Wilfrid's, Chapel -street, Preston. 

Eugene, F. ; St. Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, Edgeware-road, 
London 

Ewart, Thomas Henry ; Chapel-place, Tottenham 

Eyre, Very Rev. Monsig. Charles ; Hagg^rstone Castle, Berwick-on- 
Tweed 

Eyre, Very Rer. Monsig. Vincent ; Cadogvm-terrace, Sloane-street, 
Chelsea 

Faa di Bruno, Joseph (D.D.) ; 64 Lineoln^s- inn-fields, Loudon 
Faber, Very Rev. Frederick W. D. D. ( Superior) ; the Oratory, 

Brompton, London 
Faenza, Sebastiano ; 12 Wine-office- court, Fleet- street, Iiondon 
Fairfax, Francis ; St. Mary's Abbey, Oulton, Stone 
Fairhurst, Patrick ; Birchley, Billiuge, Wigan 
Fanning, John ; SS. Marie and John's, Snow-hiU, Wolverhampton 
Faure, Ch. ; 8 Albert-place, Spitalfields, London 
Fauvel, Theodore, Canon of Nottingham ; Glossop, Manchester 
Fayer, William ; Samlesbury, Preston 
Fennelly, J. ; Stalybridge 

Fergusson, Thomas Tiemey, D.D. ; St. Thomas^, Fulham 
Fisher, George ; Appleton, Warrington 
Fisher, Very Rev. John Henry, D.D., Pres. of St. Edward's College 

and Canon of Liverpool ; Everton, Liverpool 
Fisher, James ; Great Crosby, Liverpool 
Fisher, Joseph C. ; Hedon, Hull 
Flsber, Samuel ; Llanarth, Monmouthshire 
Fisher, William ; St. Marie's Presbytery, Sheffield 
Fishwick, John ; Willow-lane, Norwich 
Fitssimon, Christopher ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 
Flanagan, John Stanislas ; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Binningham 



118 LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALEtf. 

Flanagan, Thomas, Canon of Birmingham ; Hanley, Upton-on- Severn* 

Flanagan, Thomas ; Burnley 

Fleetwood, James ; 46 Moon-street, Liverpool 

Fletcher, Very Rev. William, D.D., Provost and V.G. ; Diocese of 

Hexham, Durham 
Flint, J. George ; Carlisle 
Flynn, John ; Blackhrook, St. Helen's 

Foley, James ; 22 Colet-place, 'Commercial>road East, London 
Formby, Henry ; Bishop's House, Birmingham 
Formby, Matthias, Canon of Salford ; St Mary's, Mulberry-street, 

Manchester 
Fox, Charles ; Lys Marie, Sickling Hall, Wetherby 
Fox, George; Dudley 

Fox, Thomas, Canon of Northampton ; Wisbeach 
Fraser, John; 1 Encome-place, Salford, Manchester 
Frith, Randolph, Canon of Shrewsbury ; Stockport 
Fryer, Thomas W. ; 105 Pyle- street, Newport, Isle of Wight 
Furlong, Moses ; St. Mary'si Rugby 
Fumiss, John ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 

Grant, Right Rev. Thomas, Bishop of Southwark ; St. George's 
Cathedral, St. George's Fields, London 

Goss, Right Rev. Alexander, Bishop of Gerens, Coadjutor Bishop 
of Liverpool ; St. Edward's College, Everton, Liverpool 

Gallagher, John ; North-street, Wolverhampton 

Gallway, P. ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Garelli, Michael ; St Marie's, Rugby 

Garoni, H.; Ringrove House, Salcombe, Kingsbridge, Devon 

Garstang, Robert ; Ripon 

Gascoyne, John, Canon of Nottingham ; Tmham, Colsterworth 

Gastaldi, Laurence, D.D. ; St Mary's, Rugby 

Gates, R. P. ; Ipswich 

(lauci, Francis Azzopardi; Buckland, Farringdon 

Gaudentius, F. ; St. Joseph^s Retreat, The Hyde, £dgfeware-road, 
London 

Gautherin, J. ; 8 Albert-place, Spitaliields, London 

Geary, Joseph ; Little Blake- street, York 

Gerard, Lewis M. Joseph ; Woodchester, Stroud 

Gibbon, John ; Macclesfield 

Gibbon, John ; Holyhead 

Gibbons, John ; Maryvale, Parry Bar, Birmingham 

Gibson, George ; Hornby, Lancaster 

Gibson, Henry ; Catholic Institute, Oratory of St Philip Neri, Liver- 
pool 

Gibson, James ; Kendal 

Gibson, John ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 

Gibson, Joseph ; Alnwick 

Gibson, Michael, D.D. (V.P., Canon of Hexham); St Cuthbert's 
College, Ushaw, Durham 

Gibson, Robert; Doncaster 

Gibson, Thomas ; Fleetwood-on- Wyre 

Gilbert, Daniel; St Mary's, 22 Finsbury- circus, Moorfields, London 



l^IST OF THE CLERGY IN BNOLAKI) AND WALES. 119 

Glllett, Greorgfe ; Lawkland, Clapham, Lancaster 

Gillett, William; St. Lawrence's College, Ampleforth, York 

Gillett, William ; Croft, Warring-ton 

Gilligun, James ; Great Prescott-street, Minories, London 

Gillow, Charles; St. Cuthbert's Colleg-e, Ushaw, Durham 

Gillow, Georg-e ; Latham-street^ Preston 

Gillow, John ; St. Cuthbert's CoUeg-e, Ushaw, Durham 

Gillow, Richard, sen. ; Chorley 

Gillow, Richard ; Femybalgh, Preston 

Gillow, R.; Newsham, Preston 

Gillow, Thomas ; North Shields 

Glassbrooke, £. A. ; Cirencester 

Glassbrooke, Roger ; Stydd Lodge, Ribchester, Blackburn 

Glenie, John Melville ; St. Mary's, Brook Green, Hammersmith 

Gloag, Thomas D.; the Oratory, Brompton, Loudon 

Glover, John ; Houghton Hall, Brough, Yorkshire 

Gobert, John ; Mount St. Marie's, Richmond-street, Leeds 

Godwin, W. ; Macclesfield 

Gogarty, Michael ; St. Mary's, Derby 

Gordon, William T. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Gosford, Edward E. ; Cheesebum Grange, Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Gosford, John ; St. Wilfrid's, Chapel-street, Preston 

Gowing, J. B. ; Sutton Coldfield 

Gradwell, George ; Victoria Cottage, Preston 

Gradwell, Henry; Claughton, Garstang 

Gradwell, Robert ; St. Augustine's, St. Augustine's-pl, Preston 

Grant, Ignatius ; St. Francis Xavier's, Salisbury-street, Liverpool 

Green, George ; St Augustine's, Granby-row, Manchester 

Green, Henry James ; Salisbury 

Green, Thomas ; Mawley, Cleobury Mortimer 

Greenhalgh, Henry, Canon of Liverpool ; Weld Bank, Chorley 

Greenough, Very Rev. Peter (Prov. Ebor. O.S.B.) ; Ince Hall, 
Crosby, Liverpool 

Grenside, John ; Rugeley 

Grey, R. ; Clitheroe 

Griffin, James, Canon of Nottingham ; Nottingham 

Grimston, John ; Wardour Castle, Salisbury 

Groom, Louis ; Bishop's House, Birmingham 

Grosvenor, William ; Bishop's House, Birmingham 

Guelle, Abb^ ; Claremont 

Guidez, Amadeus ; St. Pierre, Guernsey 

Hbndren, Right Rev. Joseph William, Bishop of Getra; 3 War- 
wick-place, Francis-street, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Hogarth, Right Rev. William, Bishop of Hexham ; Darlington 

Haigh, Daniel ; Erdington, Birmingham 

Haleward, J. ; Douglas, Isle of Man 

Hall, Henry; Louth 

Hall, Very Rev. John, D.D., Provost and V.G. of the Diocese of 
Shrewsbury ; Macclesfield 

Hall, John ; Bewsy-street, Warrington 

Hampson, William ; Knaresborough 



120 LIST OP THE CLERGY IK ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Hannegfan, Thomas ; Berwick-upon-Tweed 

Hardmaii) John ; St. Mary's, Wigan 

Harkness, John ; Swynnerton Park, Stone 

Harrison, Thomas, Canon of Beverley ; St. Marie's, Bradford, York- 
shire 

Havard, Lewis, jun. ; Caermarthen 

Havers, Robert ; Lulworth Castle, Wareham 

Hawkins, Francis Andrew ; Staplehill, Wimbome 

Hawksworth, John ; St. Nicholas's, Warren-street, Liverpool 

Heam, Edward ; 24 Golden-square, London 

Hearsnep, James ; Wade-street, Poplar, Loudon 

HefFeman, Patrick ; Heythrop, Chipping: Norton 

Henderson, William ; Yealand, Lancaster 

Heneag-e, Henry ; Convent of the Qood Shepherd, Hammersmith 

Heptonstall, Georg:e, Canon of Beverley ; Carlton, Selby 

Heptonstall, Very Rev. T., D.D. (Prov. Cant. O.S.B.) ; The Convent, 
Stanbrook, Worcester 

Herdel, Cyriacas ; 15 Haye's-place, Lisson Qrove, London 

Hewitt, Peter J., Very Rev. (Prov. O.S.B. Cantab.) ; Wootton House, 
Henley- in Arden 

Hickey, Michael ; Garstang: 

Hickey, Patrick ; Evering-ham, Hayton,York 

Hill, John ; Hyde, Mnnchester 

Hill, Joseph; St. Marie's, Sheffield 

Hill, Thomas M. ; Spencer- street, Chesterfield 

Hines, Frederick ; The Willows, Kirkham 

Hodgfson, Nicholas; Studley 

Hodgson, Richard, Canon of Liverpool ; Burscough Hall, Onnskiik 

Hodgson, Robert S. ; Woolhampton, Newbury 

Hodson, E. ; Solihull, Birmingham 

Hogan, Edmund ; 2 William-st., Union-st., Ardwick, Manchester 

Hogan, Edmund ; St. Beuno's CoUegre, St Asaph's 

Hogarth, Robert ; Marton, Skirlaugh, Hull 

Hoggett, Thomas ; Biddleston, Rothbury 

Holden, John ; Lincoln 

Holden, Joseph ; St. Beuno's College, St. Asaph's 

Holden, William ; Cleator, Cumberland 

Holdstock, James, Canon of Westminster ; Carrington Lodge, Rich- 
mond, Surrey 

Holland, Peter ; Uttoxeter 

Holmes, Peter ; St. Vincent of Paul's, 32 Great George-st., Liverpool 

Honorlus, F. ; St. Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, Edgew are-road, 
London 

Hood, Edward T. ; 9 Hill-street, Berkeley-square, London 

Hoole, Richard ; Scarisbrick Hall, Liverpool 

Hopkins, Henry ; St. Mary's, Newport, Monmouthshire 

Horrabin, Richard ; Houndsditch 

Hostage, James ; Little Blake- street, York 

Hothersall, E. ; BelUngham, Hexham 

Howell, Joseph ; St. John^s, Wigan 

Hubbersty, James ; Thropton Hall, Rothbury 

Huddleston, Edward, Canon of Birmingham ; Stafford 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENSLAND AMD WALES. 121 

Humble, Joseph, Canon of Hexham ; 6 Denreni-plaee, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne 

Hunt, William, Canon of Westminster ; 6 Spanish-place, Manchester- 
square, London 

Husenbetb, Very Rev. F.C. (D.D.), Provost and V.G. of Northamp- 
ton; Cossey, Norwich 

Hutchison, William Anthony ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Button, Peter (Pres.) ; Ratcliffe College, Loughborough 

loNATiuSjVeiy Rev. F, ; St Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, Edgeware- 

road, London 
Illlngirorth, Jacob, Canon of Clifton ; St. Nicholas's, Penny Well, 

Stapleton-road, Bristol 
Usley, W. ; Bloxwich, Walsall 

Irving, Thomas, Canon of Salford ; Osbaldeston, Blackburn 
Ivers, B. ; St Peter's, St PeterVplace, Birmingham 

Jackson, Thomas ; Myddleton Lodge, Otley 

Jarrett, Bernard ; Lowe House, St Helenas 

Jarrett, Francis ; St Beuno's, St Asaph's 

Jeffries, Very Rev. Qeorge, V.G. and Qmon of Birmingham ; Bishop's 

House, Birmingham 
Jeffiries, James, Canon of Birmingham ; Leamington Priors 
Jenkins, George « 23 Westgate-street, Biut^ St Edmund's 
Jenkins, John ; The Lodge, Taunton 

Johnson, Joseph (Prov. S. J.) ; 9 Hill-street, Berkeley-square, Lond. 
Johnson, Robert ; Richmond, Yorkshire 
Johnson, William ; St. Joseph's, Trenchard-street, Bristol 
Johnson, William ; St. Mary's, Bristol 

Jolivet, Charles ; Holy Cross, 10 Queen Anne-street, Liverpool 
Jolly, B. ; St Mary's, 12 St PauPs-square, Liverpool 
Jones, Daniel ; St Beuno's College, St Asaph's 
Jones, Henry ; Blackrod, Chorley 
Jones, James F., Canon of Birmingham ; Cheadle 
Jones, James, Canon of Nottingham ; Worksop 
Jones, Joseph ; Bangor 

Katakagh, Charles ; 8 Nelson-terrace, Swansea 

Kavanagh, Philip ; Brewood, Staffordshire 

Kavanagh, Matthew ; HaliAuc 

Kaye, John P. ; Hackney, London 

Kaye, Peter ; St. Alban's, Blackburn 

Keans, C. ; 146 Great Saffron-hill, London 

Kearney, Francis ; Brooms, Gatet^ead 

Kearney, Philip, Canon of Hexham ; Sunderland 

Keasley, George ; Whitby 

Keen, Walter ; New-road, Stourbridge 

Kellet, R. ; St Clare's Convent, Scorton, Catterick 

Kelly, Edward ; St Beuno's College, St. Asaph's 

Kelly, Edmund Joseph ; South Shields 

KeUy, J. ; St Patrick's, Leeds 

Kelly, James ; Tamworth 



122 LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Kelly, John ; The Felling^, Gateshead 

Kelly, Joseph ; St. Mary's Colleg^e, Oscott, Birmingham 

Kelly, Lewis ; Trelawny, Liskeard, Polperro 

Kelly, Thomas ; St. Alban*8, Athol-street, Great Howard-st., Liverpool 

Kelly, William ; 22 Colet-place, Commercial-road East, London 

Kelly, William ; St. Beuno*s College, St. Asaph's 

Kemp, J. C. ; 11 Prospect-place, Ipswich 

Kendal, James ; Uedditch 

Kennedy, Joseph ; Snow-hill, Wolverhampton 

Kenrick, Edward, Canon of Liverpool ; St. Patrick's, 20 Park-place, 

Liverpool 
Kershaw, Charles ; Woolton, Liverpool 

Kershaw, John, Canon of Salford; Barton -on- Irwell, Manchester 
Kiernan, Thomas ; Rainhill, Prescot 
King, Charles P. ; Chelmsford 
King, James ; Osgodby, Market Raisen 
Kingdon, George ; St. iieuno's College, St. Asaph's 
Kirby, Patrick ; Mount St. Marie's, Richmond-street, Leeds 
Kirsopp, Francis ; Bishop Wearmouth, Sunderland 
Knight, William, Canon of Hexham ; Hartlepool 
Knight, William ; Tren chard -street, Bristol 
Knox, Thomas Francis ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 
Kyan, W. E. ; New London-road, Chelmsford, Essex 
Kyne, John ; SS. Peter and Paul's, Upper Rosoman-street, London 

Laffan, William ; Penzance 

Lahaye, Peter ; SS. Philip and James's, Stockport 

Laing, Francis ; St. Beuno's College, St Asaph's 

Lambe, D. ; Belmont, Herefordshire 

Lambert, George ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Lamy, G. ; 8 Albert-place, Spitalfields, London 

Lane, Henry ; St. Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 

Lane, M. ; Stoke-by-Nayland, Colchester 

Lans, J. B. ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 

Larkin, John; 9 Hill-street, Berkeley- square, London 

Last, George, Canon of Westminster ; Ingateston Hall, Essex 

Lawrence, F. ; 9 New Weston-street, Southwark 

Lawrenson, James ; Sansom- place, Worcester 

Lawrenson, John ; St. Beuuo's College, St Asaph's 

Laws, James ; 1 Parker's-row, Bermondsey, London 

Lazenby, Joseph ; Tunbridge Wells 

Le Dreau, Michael ; Hathersage, Bakewell 

Leadbetter, John ; Enfield, Accrington 

Leavy, Patrick ; St Gregory's, Whitehaven 

Leith, T. ; Cobridge, Staffordshire Potteries 

Lempfried, Augustus ; Foxcote, Shipston-on-Stour 

Lennon, Ambrose, Canon of Shrewsbury ; St. Alban's, Liscard, Cheshire 

Leonard, F. ; St Anne's Retreat, Sutton, St Helen's 

Lescber, Edward ; 146 Great Safiron-hill, London 

Lewis, Peter; Brecon 

Lewthwaite, Henry ; 83 Culford-road, Kingsland, London 

Liptrott, J. ; St. Joseph's, Golden-street, Manchester 



I.IST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 123 

Lockhart, William ; 83 Culfordroad, Kin^land, London 

Logan, H. F. C. (LL.D.), Calehill, Charing- 

Lomax, Charles ; Ugbrooke, Chadleig^h 

Lomax, Walter ; Gunnerside, Richniond, Yorkshire 

Lomax, William ; Pontefract 

Long*, Thomas, Canon of Westminster ; St. Patrick's, 78 Dean-street, 

Soho- square, London 
Longman, Stephen, Canon of Northampton ; Oxburgh, Stoke Ferry 
Loogipan, Thomas ; Hampton-on- Hill, Warwick 
Lorrain, Nicholas ; Grace Dieu Manor, Ashby-de-la-Zouch 
Louis, Very Rev. F. ; St. Wilfrid's Retreat, near Cheadle 
Lovi, Walter ; St. Mary's Mount, WalsaU 
Lowe, George ; Old gate, Morpeth 
Luke, F. ; Shepshed 
Lynass, £. G. ; Leyland, Preston 
Lynch, Charles ; St. Beuno's College, St. Asaph's 
Lynch, Francis ; Mount St. Marie's, Richmond-street, Leeds 
Lynch, Hugh ; West-road, Congleton 
Lynch, Patrick; Yarm 

Lynch, Thomas ; St. Patrick's, Drewton-street, Bradford, Yorkshire 
Lynch, Thomas ; Axminster 
Lythgoe, Francis ; Newhall, Chelmsford 

Morris, Right Rev. William, Bishop of Troy ; Roehampton 

M* A Vila, Walter ; Clarendon-square, Somers-town 

MacCann, Arthur ; Heywood 

MacCann, Henry ; Stony hurst College, Whalley 

MacCann, Matthew ; Spetchley, Worcester 

MacCarthy, Jeremiah ; Vauxhall-street, St. Helier, Jersey 

MacCarte, Roger ; Lingdale House, Oxton, Birkenhead 

Macartney, Alexander ; Grosmount, York 

MacCormick, Hugh N. ; Scholes, Wigau 

Macdonald, John ; Weybridge 

Macdonnell, Matthias A. ; Otley 

Macdonnell, Thomas M. ; Shortwood, Temple Cloud, Bristol 

Macgreevy, Edward ; Buxton, Derbyshire 

Macharron, William ; Botleigh Grange, Southampton 

Macmullen, Richard Gell; 24 Golden-square, London 

Macneal, Mark; Grove-road, St. John's Wood, London 

Macphillips, Joseph ; Bramley, Leeds, Yorkshire 

Macquoin, James ; Sik'. Mary's, 22 Finsbury-clrcus, Moorfields, Loud. 

Macsweeney, Joseph ; with the Army in the Crimea 

Madden, Edward ; Courtfield, Ross 

Maddocks, John, Canon of Liverpool ; Old Swan, Liverpool 

Maddocks, Walter S. ; Great Eceleston, Garstang 

Maes, Abbe ; Visitation Convent,_ Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol 

Magee, A. (D.D.) ; 4 Sutherland -place, Westboume-grovc North, 

Bayswater 
Magrath, F. ; Ashley, Market Drayton 
Magrath, P.; St. Joseph's, Grosvenor- street, Liverpool 
Maguire, Very Eev. John (D.D.), V.G, and Canon of Westminster ; 

13 Bulstrode-street, Manchester-square, London 



124 LIST OP THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Mahon, Henry; 9 Hill-streety Berkeley-square, London 

Mailly, Pierre ; 21 Kinp-street, Portman-square, London 

Maltas, James A. ; Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire 

Maun, Maurice ; Mount St. Marie*s, Chesterfield 

Manning^, Henry Edward, D.D. ; 78 South Audley-street, London 

Mansfield, Richard ; Camborne, Cornwall 

Margison, Thomas ; Wrightington Hall, Wigan 

Markland, William ; Sedgefield, Ferry-hUl 

Marsh, J. B. ; Newsham, Preston 

Marsh, Richard ; Wappenbury, Leamington 

Marshall, H. ; Levenshulme, Manchester 

Marshall, William ; Bridgend, Glamorgnnshire 

Marsland, Henry ; St. Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 

Martin, Thomas; Hasllngden 

Mary, F. Paul ; St. Saviour's Retreat, Broadway 

Massam, James ; Newcastle-under-Line 

Maubachy J. P. H. ; Hornby Castle, Catterick 

Maurice, F. ; Manor House, Kenninglon-lane, Kennington 

Maxwell, Joseph ; Beaumont Lodge, Windsor 

Mayland, Bernard Jos., S.T.P. ; St. Paul's Coll., Pri(»^•park, Bath 

Meany, Gerald ; St. Anne's, 1 1 Princes-street, Blackburn 

Meany, Joseph Vincent ; St. Anne's, 1 1 Princes-street, Blackburn 

Melia, Pius (D.D.) ; 14 Gray's-inn-square, London, and Waltham- 

stow 
Meyers, John ; 00 Garden-street, ShefiHeld 
Meynell, George ; Ellingham, Alnwick 
Meyrick, Thomas ; Richmond, Yorkshire 
Middlehurst, John ; Bedford Leigh, Manchester 
Middlehurst, Thomas ; Malton 
Millea, Patrick ; Dowlais 
Millward, James ; Abergavenny 
Milner, John ; Elm Cottage, Lymington 

Mills, Alexius ; St. Aloysius's Church, Clarendon-square, Somers-town 
Mills, Henry Aastin ; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 
Miot, P. ; Bishop's House, Clifton, Bristol 
Mitchell, Godirled ; St. Mary's, Rugby 
Mitchell, John ; Taunton 
Mitchell, William ; St. Ignatius's, Preston 
Molloy, William ; Madeley 

Molyneux, John (D.D.) ; Bewsey-street, Warrington 
Montgomery, George ; Wednesbury 
Moore, James (V.P.); Sedgley-park, Wolverhampton 
Moore, H. ; St. ^Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 
Moore, John ; Stratford, Essex 
Moore, John (D.D.), Canon of Birmingham ; St. Mary's Presbytery, 

Brougham-street, Birmingham 
Morel, J. B. ; Convent, Norwood 

Morewood, James B. ; Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire 
Morgan, George (D.D,), Canon of Birmingham ; St. Mary's College, 

Oscott, Birmingham 
Moriarty, Michael ; St Patrick's, Livesey-street, Manchester 
Morlais, Abb6 ; St Helier, Jersey 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 123 

Morlej, William ; BromptOD, Chatham 

Morrally J. A. ; St Gregorfa College, Bownaide, Bath 

Morris, Johfi Brande, Canon of Plymoath ; Lyneham, Tealmpton 

Morron» Edward ; Gill Moss, Liverpool 

Motler, John ; Hull 

Moont, R. ; Bugle-street, Southampton 

Moutardier, Benj. Lewis; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Moldone, Thomas ; Dowlais, Glamorganshire 

Mullignn, Joha Joseph, Canon of Nottingham ; Nottingham 

Miilvanj, Henry M. Joseph ; Bacup 

Murphy, Oliver ; Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire 

Mussa, Chev. Louis (D.D.) ; 94 Eaton-square, London 

Newbham, Monsignore Charles, Right Rev. (D.D.), President of St 
Cuthbert's College and Canon of Hexham ; Ushaw, Duriuim 

Neary, Austin ; Xewbridg^, Glamorganshire 

Nedelec, Louis ; Ratcliffe Ci>lleg«, Loughborough 

Nerinckx, John ; Clarendon-square, Somers-town, London 

Neve, F. R., Canon of Clifton ; Bishop^s House, Clifton, Bristol 

Newman, Very Rev. John Henry (D.D.) (Superior Orat) ; the Ora- 
tory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Kewsham, H. ; Ashton-le-Willows, Warrington 

Newsbam, James ; Southport 

Newsham, Robert; Dorchester 

Newsham, Thomas, Canon of Liverpool ; St Anthony's, Scotland-road, 
Liverpool 

Nickolds, John ; Hassop, Bakewell 

Nickolds, Very Rev. W. T. (Prov. O.S.D.); Wellington-st, Leicester 

Noble, John ; Holy Cross, 1 Queen Anne-street, Liverpool 

Norris, John ; Croom*s-hilI, Greenwich 

North, Joseph £. ; High-street, Deptford 

North, Richard, Canon of Southwark; Croom's-hill, Greenwich 

Nugent, James ; Cath. Inst, Oratory of St Philip Neri, Liverpool 

Oakelet, Frederick, Canon of Westminster ; $9 Duncan-terrace, 

Islington, London 
O'Brien, John P. ; St Anne*s, Edge-hill, Liverpool 
O'Callaghan, Patrick ; with the Army in the Crimea 
O'CarroU, Richard ; St Francis Xavier's, Salisbury-street, Liverpool 
O'CarroU, Simon ; Thomdon Hall, Brentwood 
O'Connell, Timothy; St Marie's, Bradford, Yorkshire 
O'Connor, John ; St. Peter's-place, Birmingham 
O'Connor, T. J. ; Stamford 

O'Connor, William J. ; 54 Lincoln^s-inn-fields, London 
O'Donnell, Bryan; New Mills, Stockport 
0*Donnell, Michael ; St Patrick's, Leeds 
O'Farrell, Patrick ; 5 Queen-parade, Brandon-hill, Bristol 
O'Grady, William ; St Joseph's Presbytery, Avon Dassett, Banbury 
O^Keefe, Daniel ; Brook-green, Hammersmith 
O'Leary, Edward ; Dewsbury 
Oleron, Very Rev. Mark (D.D.),V.G., Canon of Northampton; Bishop's 

House, Northampton 




126 LIST Of THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Oliyer, James ; Wellingrton 

Oliver, Very Rev. Georgfe (D.D.), Provost of Plymouth 5 St. Nicho- 
las's Priory, Exeter 

O'Mara, Lorenzo ; Ashton-under-Line 

O'Neal, Very Rev. J., V.G. and Canon of Westminster; Grove-road, 
St. John^s Woody London 

O'Neill, Charles A ; Scarthingwell Hall, Tadcaster 

O'Neill, Edward ; St Mary's, Mulberry-street, Manchester 

O'Neill, Francis ; Aldenham Priory, Bridg«north 

Ord, Thomas ; Callaly Castle, Whittingham 

O'Reilly, Bernard; St. Vmcent of Paul's, 32 Great Georgre-street, 
Liverpool 

Orrell, Philip ; Poulton.in-the-F|ylde, Preston 

Orrell, Robert ; Cockermouth 

Osmond, F. ; St. Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, Edg^eware-toad, London 

O'Sullivan, Michael ; Bishop's House, Birming^ham 

O'SuUivan, P. ; Wood-lane, Burton-on- Trent 

O'Sullivan, William ; St. Anne's, Edge-hill, Liverpool 

O'Toole, — . (B.D.); Calehill,.Charing 

Padbury, Joseph F. ; Wade-street, Poplar 

Paillet, Edward B. ; St. Greg-ory's, Whitehaven 

Parfitt, Charles, Canon of CliftOn ; Midford Castle, Bath 

Parke, Joseph ; Lichfield 

Parker, R. ; St. Alban's, Blackburn 

Parkinson, Thomas; 35 Kirby-st., Hatton- garden, Clerkenwell, Loudon 

Pater, Joseph ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Payne, M. ; St. Mai^s Mount, Walsall 

Peduzzi, John; Pleasington Priory, Blackburn 

Pemberton, James, Canon of Shrewsbury ; Neston, Cheshire 

Pennington, Edward ; St. Edmund's College, Ware 

Penswick, John ; New HaU, Warrington 

Percy, M. A. ; Penllyn 

Perry, John ; Atherstone 

Phelan, Patrick J. ; 20 Park-place, Liverpool 

Phillips, Henry ; Portsea 

Philips, Samuel ; St. Bennet's Priory, Woolton, Liverpool 

Philpin, Felix ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Picquot, Julius (D.D.) ; Priory-street, Colchester 

Piatt, James, Canon of Beverley ; Bishop Thornton, Ripley, Leeds 

Piatt, Ralph, Canon of Hexham ; Stella, Newcastle-onrTyne 

Piatt, Robert, Canon of Plymouth ; Follaton, Totnes 

Plunkett, Thomas ; 90 Garden-street, Sheffield 

Plunkett, W. ; St. Mary's College, Park-road, Clapham 

Folding, John ; Willow-lane, Norwich 

Poole, Felix ; Mount St. Mary's, Chesterfield 

Poole, James ; Bewsey-street, Warrington 

Poole, William ; Coldham Cottage, Bury St. Edmund's 

Postlewhite, Joseph ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Power, Edmund ; Aughton, Ormskirk 

Power, John ; St. Marie's, Bradford, Yorksiiire 

Power, Michael ; Northwich, Cheshire 



tiSt 6v TB£ CLEROT in ENGLAND AND WALES. 127 

Power, Maurice, Canon of Plymouth ; Torquay 
Power, Michael ; Leek 
Pow^r, Patrick ; Bollin^^n, Macclesfield 
Power, Pierse ; St Patrick's, 20 Park-place, Lhrerpool 
Pratt, RalpTi ; Hill-street, CoYentry 
Prendergast, G. ; Staly-liridj^e 
Prest, Richiird ; Ai^burth, Liverpool 

Prest, William W. ; St Lawrence Collegfe, Ampleforth, York 
Price, Edward ; 54 Lincoln' s-inn-fieldB, liondon 
Price, Wilfrid ; Hill-plaoe, Coventry 
Price, William ; Hill-street, Coventry 
Priugfle, George ; West Grimstead 
Procter, Samuel Augf. ; Hinckley 
Proctor, James ; Walton, Pretfton 

Purcell, Wilfrid Arthur i Great St Tliomas AposUe, Sow-huie, 
Cheapside, London 

QuEALY, John ; Ashton-under-Line 

Quinliyan, Thomas, Canon of Norfiiaxilpton ; 1 Gloster-terratre, Cam- 
bridge 

&SKELL, Kig^hi; Hev. Richard, Bishop of Nottingham ; St Barna- 
bas, Nottingham 

Raby, Richard ; Ashbourne 

Rahnoud, ^. ; St Saviour^s Retreat, Broadway 

Raphael, F. ; St Saviour^s Retreat, Broadway 

Reardon, Eugene ; Tichbome, Alresford, Hants 

Reardon, Timothy, Canon of Southwark ; Upper James-st, Brighton 

Reah, John, Canon of Shrewsbu^ ; Wrexham 

Reinaud, — ., D.D. ; Hooley Lodge, Reigate 

Render, Very Rot. Joseph, Provost atid V.G. of Beverley; York 

Revill, Thomas ; West Bromwich 

Rhing, Francis ; 6 Spanish-place, Manchester-square, Loudon 

RicUard, Gustavo ; Lys Marie, Sickling Hall, Wetherby 

Richardson, Richard ; St Mary's, Rugby 

Richardson, Thomas ; East Hendred, Wantage 

Richmond, Henry, Canon of Birmingham ; St Mary's College, Oscott, 
Birmingham 

Ridgway, Peter ; Kemerton, Tewkesbuiy 

Rigby, George, Canon of Northampton ; Lynn 

Rigby, John ; Boston 

Rigby, John ; Selby 

Rigby, Nicholas ; tJ gthoipe, Whitby 

Rimmer, John, Canon of Salford ; Burnley 

Ringrote, Johzi, Canon of Southward ; Reading 

Rinolfl, Very Rev. Angelo M. (Provincial O.C.) ; St Mary's, Ragby 

Ritort, A. ; Brookhampton, Havant 

Robson, Joseph ; Hethe, Bicester 

Rock, Daniel, D.D., Canon of Southwark ; Newick, Sussex 

Rogerson, John ; St Wereburge's, Birkenhead 
Rogerson, J. S. ; Longhorseley, Morpeth 

Rolfe, Very Rev. G., Pres. Sedgley Park, Canon of Westminster; 
Wolverhampton 



128 LIST OF THR CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALKS. 

RoUingr* Thomas ; Longfworth, Hereford 

Rooke, Seton ; Crook, Darlingfton 

Booker, Very Rev. T. (B.D.), President, Canon of Clifton; Prior 

Park, Bath 
Booker, Thomas P., Canon of Clifton ; St John-street, Bridgvwater 
Boux, Louis ; St Mary's, Cadognn-terrace, Chelsea 
Rowe, James B. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 
Rowe, William ; Tunbridge Wells 
Ryan, Matthew ; Grove-road, St John's- wood, London 
Ryan, William ; Warwick-bridge, Carlisle 
Rymer, Frederick ; St Edmund's Collegpe, Old Hall Green, Ware 
Rymer, Henry ; Upper James-street, Brighton 

Sablon, p. p. ; Hinckley 

Salvian, P.; St Wilfrid's, Cheadle 

Santry, Daniel ; Wellclose-square, Ratcli£fe-highway, London 

Savage, Joseph ; Queen Elizabeth-square, Dover 

Schofield, Richard ; Stonehouse, Plymouth 

Scott, Joseph ; Rawtenstall, Manchester 

Scott, William ; Little Malvern, Malvern Wells 

Searle, Very Rev. Monsig. Francis, Sec. to the Cardinal Archbishop, 
and Canon of Westminster; 8 York- place, Portman-square, 
London 

Sebastian, P.; St Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, Edg^ware-road, 
London 

Seed, Richard ; 82 George-street, Liverpool 

Seed, Thomas; St John's, Wigan 

Seed, Thomas, Canon of Northampton ; Peterborough . 

Segrave, Henry ; 9 Hill-street, Berkeley-square, London 

Selby, Thomas ; Mount St Mary's, Chesterfield 

Shann, Christopher ; Ormskirk 

Sharpies, Henry ; Alston -lane, Preston 

Shattock, 'J homas, Prefect of St Peter's, Canon of Clifton ; Prior 
Park, Bath 

Sheehan, John ; Slindon, Arundel, Sussex 

Sheehan, William J. ; St Chad's, Cheetham-road, Manchester 

Sheehy, William ; Ratcliffe College, Loughborough 

Shepherd, James ; Thumham, Lancaster 

Shepherd, Laurence ; Pierrepont- street, Bath 

Shepherd, R., Canon of Westminster; North Hyde, Hounslow, 
Middlesex 

Shepherd, Thomas M. ; St Gregory's, Whitehaven 

Sheridan, James ; St Mary's, 12 St Pad's- square, Liverpool 

Sherlock, John; St Nicholas', 2 New Bartholomew-street, Bir- 
mingham 

Sherlock, Peter; St. Mary's, 12 Earl-street, Westminster 

Sherwood, J. ; Askew, Bedale 

Short, Joseph ; the Convent, Stanbrook, Worcester 

Shortland, J. ; Stonehouse, Plymouth 

Sidden, Joseph Pursglove ; Hale's-place, Canterbury 

Sig^nini, Fortunatus ; Cardiff, Glamorganshire 

Silveira, Joseph ; Homewell House, Havant, Hants 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 129 

Simkiss, Very Rev. James, Provost of Kottiogham ; Haintou, 

Wrafpby, Lmoolnshire 
Simpson, Joseph ; Upper James-street, Brig^hton 
Simpson, Robert ; Ihii 

Singr, Thomas, Canon of Nottingham ; St Maiy's, Derby 
Singfleton, Michael ; Hexham 
Singleton, Richard ; Bishop Auckland 
Sinnot, John ; Chideock 

Sisk, Thomas (F. Ignatius) ; St. Bemard*s Abbey, Loughborough 
Slater, T. A., Canon of Hexham ; Hutton House, Castle Eden 
Smith, Bernard ; St. Peter's, Great Marlow 
Smith, F. H. Robert ; St. Bernard's Abbey, Loughborough 
Smith, John ; Croxdale Hall, Durham 
Smith, Joseph ; Brindle, Preston 
Smith, L. ; Spetisbury, Blandford 
Smith, M. H.; Aylesbury 
Smith, Robert, Canon of Hexham ; Penrith 
Smith, Themas ; Paradise-row, Darlington 
Smith, Thomas ; St. Marie's, Bolton 
Smith, Thomas Cuthbert ; Acton Bumell, Shrewsbury 
Smith, William ; Masbro, Rotherham 
Snape, James ; St. Patrick's, Livesey-street, Manchester 
Souter> Henry ; St Mary's College, Oscott, Birmingham 
Spain, Lewis ; the Convent, Stanbrook, Worcester 
Speakman, Thomas ; Lydiate, MaghuU, Liverpool 
St John, Ambrose ; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 
Stanton, John ; 14 North-crescent, Bedford-squaro, London 
Stanton, Richard M. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 
Stephan, Peter Noel ; St Joseph's, Golden-street, Manchester 
Strickland, Gerard ; 4th Division of the Army in the Crimea 
Styles, Joseph ; St Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, Ware 
Snffield, Robert; St Ninian*s, Wooler 

Sumner, Richard ; St Francis Xavier's, Salisbury-street, Liverpool 
Sutton, Henry ; Hill-street, Coventry 
Swale, Henry ; Brigg 

Swale, John ; Birtley, Fence Houses, Durham 
Svrarbrick, E. ; St. Augustine's, St. Augustine's-place, Preston 
Swarbrick, James ; The Willows, Kirkham 
Sweeney, Very Rev. James N., President of St Gregt>ry's College; 

Downside, Bath 
Swift, Robert ; 3 Monte Video Place, Kentish-town 

Turner, Right Rev. Willi ah, Bishop of Salford ; Bishop's House, 

Salford, Manchester 
Tandy, William (D D.) ; Banbury 

Tatchell, H. (F. Aloysius), Prior; St. Bernard's Abbey, Loughborough 
Tate, Robert (D.D.), Canon of Beverley ; Hazelwood, Tadcaster 
Tatlock, Thomas ; St Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 
Tavares, Joseph da Silva, D.D. ; Brentwood, Essex 
Taylor, John; Thetford 
Taylor, William ; Famworth, Manchester ' 
Teebay, Charles ; St Edward's College, Everton, Liverpool 



130 LiaT OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND VALES. 

Telford, John ; Ryde, Ide of Wigrht 

Telford, Thomas ; Burton-on-Trent 

Tempest, Thomas, Canon of Notting^ham ; Granthum 

Terry, James ; Bilston 

Thompson, Henry; Pontefract 

Thompson, John, Canon of Beverley ; Convent, 3aTr, York 

Thompson, Robert, Canon of Beverley ; the Grange, Pontefract 

Thompson, William, Canon of Hexham ; Esh Laude, Burhan^ 

Thrower, Henry, Canon of Northampton ; St Mary's, Newcastle-OQ- 

Tyne 
Tickell, George ; Stonyhnrst CoUejf e, Whalley 
Tidmarsh, Joseph ; St Gregfory's College, Downside, ^ftth 
Tiemey, M. A., Canon of Southwark ; Arundel, Sussex 
Tilbury, Thomas, Canon of Plymouth ; Weymouth 
Tilt, John ; Vineyard, Richmond, Surrey 
Tobin, John; Shrewsbury 

Tobin, Thomas ; St Joseph's, 8 Grosvend-street, Liverpool 
Todd, William Gouan, D.D. ; Chiselhurst 
Toohey, John ; Bodmin 
Toole, Laurence, Canon of Salford ; St Wilfrid's, Bedford -street, 

Manchester 
Toomey, D. ; St Joseph's, Bunhill-row, London 
Toursel, J. ; 21 King-street, Portman-square, London 
Trappes, Francis; Chepstow 
Trappes, Michael ; Hull 
Trenow, Frederick W. ; Stone, Staffordshire 
Trovell, Very Rev. M., V.G. and Canon of Shrewsbury ; Salt^'s Hall, 

Newport, Salop 
Tunstall, Charles ; Croom's Hill, Greenwich 
Tunstall, Edmund ; Cardier Cottage, Querufif^ 
Turpin, Robert ; Scorton, Garstang 
Tyrer, Richard ; Standlsh Hall, WigaA 
T^^san, Thomas; Sedgley, Wolverhampton 

Ullathorne, Right Rev. William, Bishop of Birmingham; 

Bishop's House, Birmingham 
UUathonie, Thomas ; Lowe House, St Helen's, Lancashire 
Unsworth, Thomas, Chaplain in the Crimea 
Utili, F. P, ; Woodchester, Stroud 

Vaughan, Right Rev. William, Bishop of Plymouth; Stonehouse, 

Plymouth 
Vals, John ; The Lodge, Taunton 
Vandenwegh, Desiderius ; Rochdale 

Vandepitte, Emmanuel ; 6 Juvenal-street, Haymarket, Liverpool 
Vanderaa, John ; St Mary's College, Park-road, Clapham 
Vanderstichele, Leo ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 
Vandevoorde, P. H. ; Aldemey ♦ 

Vasseur, F. ; 21 King-street, Portman-square, London 
Vaughan, Edmund ; St Mary's College, Park-road, Claphan^ 
Vaughan, Richard J. ; Stonyhurst CoUegfe, Whalley 
Vavasour, Philip ; St Cuthberf s College, Ushaw, Pnrham 



LIST OP THE CLERQT IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 131 

Yermeuleii) Peter L. R. ; St. Ann's, Junction-atreet, Ancoat0| Man- 
chester 

Vesque, D. M. ; Convent of Our Lady, Nonrood, London 

Vincent, Very Rev. F. (Prov. Pass.); 8t Joseph's Retreat, The 
Hyde, Edg^eware-road, London 

Vilas, Vincent ; St. Mary's, Rug'by 

Virtue, Very R«v. Monsigr. ; Camp at Aldershott 

Wiseman, Most Eminent and Most Rev. Nicholas, Cardinal, 

Archbishop of Westminster; 8 York -place, Portman-s<}uare, 

London 
Wabeing, Rigrht Rev. William, Bishop of Northampton; Bishop'p 

House, Leicester-road, Northampton 
Weedall, Rig^ht Rer. Monsig*. Henry (D.D.), Provost, V.G. of Dioce^^ 

of Birmingfham, President, St. Mary's Coll. ; Oscott, Birpinghwn 
Weld, Ri^ht Rev. Monsig. Francis ; Shrewsbury-place, Isleirorth 
Walker, Charles ; Lea, Preston 

Walker, Henry; St. Mary's College, Oscott, Birmingham 
Walker, Henry; Beverley 
Walker, James ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 
Walker, John, Canon of Beverley ; Scarborough 
Walker, John ; Kenilworth 

Walker, John ; St. Edward's College, Everton, Liverpool 
Walker, Thomas ; Brown Edge, Preston 
Walker, William ; St Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 
Wallwork, John ; St. Nicholas', Warren -street, Liverpool 
Walmsley, John ; Lytham, Prestoji 
Walmsley, Henry W. ; Wardour Castle, Salisbury 
Walmsley, John, Canon of Liverpool ; 52f Ashton-street, Liverpool 
Walsh, John ; HoUy-place, Hampstead 
Walsh, Patrick ; Llanheme, St. Columb 
Walsh, S. ; St Anthony's, Scotland-road, Liverpool 
Walshaw, Samuel ; Wycliflfe Hall, Darlington 
Walton, 'Thomas ; St. Anthony's, Scotland-road, Liverpool 
Walton, W. ; Altriugham 
Ward, Richard ; St. Catherine's-place, Frome 
Wassail, Thomas ; Bonham House, Stourton, Wilts 
Waterworth, James, Canon of Nottingham ; Parliament-street, Newark 
Waterworth, William ; 9 HUl-street, Berkeley-square, London 
Watson, Arsenius ; Houghton-le-Spring 
Watson, Joseph ; Minsteracres, Newcastle- on-iyne 
Weathers, Very Rev. William (D.D.), President, St Edmund's Col- 

legfe. Canon of Westminster ; Old Hall Green, Ware 
Weld, Alfred ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 
Wells, Frederick F. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 
Wells, James ; Batley-cum-Birstall, Dewsbury 
Wells, Stephen L.; St. Patrick's, Drewton-street, Bradford, Yorkshire 
Wells, William ; St Mary's, Wigan 
Wenhiun, John Q. ; Mortlake 
Weston, Thomas ; St Walburge's, Preston 
White, Alfred ; Brook Green, Hammersmith 
Whitehouse, Edward; Bosworth Hall,Welford 



132 LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Whitty, Very Rev. Robt (D.D.), Provost of "Westminster ; St Mary's 

Cathedral, Moorfields; 22 Finsbai^-circus, London 
Whyte, Edward ; St. Beuno^s CoUegfe, St. Asaph's 
Whyte, Edward ; Accrington 

Wilcock, Peter ; 40 Pleasant-street North, Kirkdale, Liye]^>ool 
Wildmg, James, Canon of Salford ; Granby-row, Manchester 
Wilkmson, Francis ; St Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 
Wilkinson, J. F. ; Chichester 
Wilkinson, Thomas ; Kendal 

Wilkinson, Thomas William, jun. ; Wolsingham, Darlingcton 
Williams, Francis ; Maryport 

Williams, John, Canon of Clifton ; Amo's Court, Brisling'tou, Bristol 
Williams, Thomas ; St Wilfrid's, Chapel-street, Preston 
Wilson, Arthur; Mossley, Ashton -under- Line 
Wilson, Very Rev. Joseph P., V.G. of Newport ; Uske 
Winter, Edward Walter ; Radford, Enstone 
Winter, Henry (D.D.) ; Alton, Cheadle 
Witham^ Thomas ; Gainford, Darlin^on 
WooUett, Charles ; Holland-street, Kensington 
Woolletf^ Daniel ; St Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, Ware 
WooUett, Herbert A., Canon of Plymouth ; Poole, Dorsetshire 
Woollett, William L. ; 3d Division of the Army in the Crimea 
Worsley, John C. ; Pierrepont-street, Bath 
Worthy, John ; Euxton, Chorley 
Wrennall, James ; near Bamber Bridge, Preston 
Wrennall, Joseph ; St. Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 
Wrennall, Thomas ; St Chad^s, Cheetham-road, Manchester 
Wrennall, William ; St. Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 
Wyse, John ; Alcester-street, Birmingham 

X ATI BR, F. ; St Anne*s Retreat, Sutton, Lancashire 

Zanbtti, Vincent; St Mary's, 12 Earl^-street, Westminster 
Zienklewicz, V. O. (D.D.) ; 30 Manchester-street, Manchester-square 
Zsilkay, J. ; SS. Peter and Paul's, Upper Rosoman-street, London 

Bamber, Henry;' Moor-place, Chelsea, omitted 



The following Priests are at present acting as Military Chaplains in 
the East, viz. : Rew. W. L. Woollett, S.J., and Grerard Strick- 
land, S.J., Joseph Macsweeny, Thomas Unsworth, and Patrick 
O'Callaghan, from England, and — Cuff, from Ireland, all in the 
Crimea ; Rev. John Bagshawe of Webb-street, Southwark, at 
Scutari ; and in the General Hospital there. Rev. Mr. Maloney of 
Dublin; and at Kuluee, Rev. Mr. O'Dwyer, from Ireland; Rev. Mr. 
Pauline, from England, now at home on sick-leave. 

N.B. Retired Priests, who wish their names to be continued in the 
alphabetical lists, are res])ectfully requested to send their ad- 
dresses, on or before 20th October 1856, to the Publishers. 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN SCOTLAND. 133 



ENGLISH PRELATES AND CHAMBEBLAINS OF THE 

PAPAL COURT. 

The RJ^ht Rev. MDnsigiiore (Francis) Weld, Domestic Prelate of His 
Holiness, and Apostolical Prothonotary ; Shrewsbury-place, Isle- 
worth 

The Right Rev. Monsignore (Charles) Newshain, D.D , Domestic 
Prelato of His Holiness, and President of St Cuthberf s College, 
Ushaw 

The Right Rev. Monsignore (Henry) Weedall, D.D., Domestic Pre- 
late of His Holiness, Provost of Birmingham, and President of St. 
Mary's College, Oscott 

The Hon. and Very Rev. Monsignore (George) Talbot, Secret Cham- 
berlain of His Holiness, See, ; Vatican, Rome 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (Francis) Searle, Secret Chamberlain of 
His Holiness, Canon of Westminster, &c. ; Archbishop's House, 
York-place, London 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (Thomas) Brindle, D.D., Provost and 
Vicar Capitular of Clifton ; Prior Park, Bath 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (Ferdinand) English, D.D., Canon of 
Clifton, &c. ; Canningtou, Bridgwater 

The Very Rev, Monsig-nore (Vincent William) Eyre; St. Mary's, 
Cadogan-terrace, Chelsea, London 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (Charles Peter) Eyre ; Haggerstone Castle, 
Berwick-upon-Tweed 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (John) Virtue; the Camp, Aldershott 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



0/ the Right Reverend and Reverend the Clergy in Scotland, 

with their Addresses, 

Black, Andrew ; Kames Bay, Bute 
Black, John ; Gartland Cottage, Lanark 
Brown, James ; St. Andrew's, Dundee 
Buckley, Jeremiah ; Newton Stewart 
Burke, William ; Dairy, Ayrshire 

Cahpbbll, Alexander ; Laggan by Kingnissie 
Carlyle, Thomas ; Stirling 
Carmont, John ; Blairgowrie, Perthshire 
Carolan, John ; Port Glasgow 
Caven, William, sen. ; Auchinhalrig by Fochabers 
Caven, William, jun. ; Blairs College by Aberdeen 
Chisholm, Arch. ; St^ Mungo's, Stanhope-street, Glasgow 
Chlsholm, Hugh ; Moidart, Strontian, Inverness-shire 
Chisholm, John ; Bomish, South Uist by Dunvogan 
Chisholm, John A. ; Fort Augustus 

f2 



134 LIST OP TIfB CLEROy |N SCPTLANP* 

Chishohn, Roderick ; St. Mary's, Abercrombie-street, Glasgow 

Cbisholm, Thomas ; Eskadale, Stratbg^Iaas Beauly, Ij^jeineas 

Chisholm, V. ; St John's, Portugral-street, Olasgow 

ClappertoD, James; Peebles 

ClappertoD, WiUiam ; Preshome, Enzie by Fochabers 

Cody, Thomas ; St A. lAguorVs, Great Hamiltoa-street, Glasgow 

Condon, Michael; Hamilton 

Cronin, Michael ; Campbelltoum 

Gumming, Peter; Forfar 

Danaher, Francis ; Duntocher by Glasgt)w 

Banaher, J. ; St Joseph's, North Woodside-rd., jCowcaddens, Gla^eow 

Darcy, William ; Jedburgh 

Dawson, William ; Inverness 

Dempsey, Andrew ; linlithg-ow Bridge, Linlithgow 

Dixon, Walter; Girvan, Ayrshire 

Donohoe, Joseph ; Portobello 

Downie, William W. ; Blairs College by Aberdeen 

Dunphy, Richard ; St. Mary's, Abercrombie-street, 61asgi)¥r 

EoAN, James ; Galashiels, Roxburghshire 

Fleming, Andrew ; Blairs CoUegfe by Aberdeen 
Forbes, Donald ; Bunroy, Lochaber by Fort William 
Forbes, George ; Glengaim, Tullich, Aberdeen 
Forbes, Peter ; St. Mary's, Abercrombie-street, Glasgow 

GiLLis, Right Rev. James, Bishop of Limyra, V. A of the Eastern 

District ; Greenhill, Edinburgh 
Gall, Henry ; Tomintoul by Ballendalloch 
Gall, John ; Banff 
Gallagher, Daniel ; Partick 
Gallagher, Hugh ; Main-street, Cartsdyke 
Galletti, Joseph ; St John's, Portugal-street, Glasgow 
Geddes, Adam ; Pollockshaws 

Gillis, Alexander ; Isle of Bigg, Arisaig by Fort William 
Gillon, John ; Lennextown of Campsie by Glasgfow 
Glennie, James; Chapeltown by Ballendalloch 
Gordon, Alexander ; Arbroath 
Gordon, Charles ; Constitution-street, Aberdeen 
Gordon, George ; Dufftown by Craigellachie 
Gordon, James ; Beauly, Inverness 
Gordon, William ; East Shaw-street, GreenQch 
Grant, Peter; St Patrick's, 17 Brown-square, Edinburgh 
Grant, Peter J. ; Braemar by Ballater 
Gray, John ; St. Andrew's, 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 
Griffin, George A. ; New Abbey by Dumfries 
Gubbuis, James ; Galashiels, Roxburghshire 

Hallinan, William ; Saltcoats, Ayrshire 

Hanly, Patrick ; St Patrick's, Hill-street, Anders:ton, Glasgow 

Haydn, Lawrence ; St Andrew's, Dundee ' * . 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN SCOTLAND. 135 

Ktle, Rig^ht Bey. James, Bishop of Gennanicia, V.A. of the Kortb- 

em District of Scotland ; Preshome, Enzie by Fochabers 
Keenan, Stephen ; St. Andrew's, Dundee 
Kelly, Michael ; St Andrew*s, Dundee 
Kemp, John ; Dufftown by Craigfellachie 
Kenna, P. A. ; Maryhill by Glasgow 
Kerr, John ; Paisley 
Kinsella, Augustus ; Dundee 

Lamont, James ; Dornie, Eintail by XiOchalsh 
Loggie, William ; Ballogie by Aboyne 

Murdoch, Hi^ht Rev. John, Bishop of Castabala, V.A« of the 
Western District of Scotland ; 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 

McCartney, David ; Dundee 

McCorry, John S. ; Perth 

MaccuUoch, Francis; Airdrie 

Macdonald, Archibald ; Leith 

Macdonald, Charles; Peterhead 

Macdonald, Coll ; Glengaim, Fort William 

Macdonald, Dugald ; Springbum 

Macdonald, John ; 17 Brown's-square, Edinburgh 

Macdonald, John ; Glassburn by Beauly, Inyemess 

Macdonald, John ; Dumbarton 

Macdonald, Neil ; Drimnin by Oban 

Macdonnell, William ; Barra by Dunyegan 

Maceachen, Donald ; Johnstone, Renfrewshire 

Maceachron, John ; Portsoy 

Macgregor, James; Ardkenneth, South Uist by Dunyegan 

Macguire, Terence ; Huntly 

Macintosh, William ; Keppoch, Arisaig by Fort William 

Mackay, Donald ; North Morar, Arisaig by Fort William 

Mackay, James ; Laguna Cottage by Stanley, Perthshire 

Mackay, John ; Coatbridge by Glasgow 

Mackay, William ; Dalkeith 

Mackenzie, Angus ; Eskadale by Beauly, Inverness 

Mackenzie, Charles ; Paisley 

Mackenzie, Donald ; Fort Augustus 

Mackerrell, Francis ; St. Mary's, Broughton-street, Edinburgh 

Maclachlan, John ; Kilmarnock 

Maclachlan, Paul; Falkirk 

Maclauglin, Patrick ; Dalbeth House, Glasgow 

Macmahon, George ; Dumfries 

Macmanus, Patrick ; St. Mary's, Broughton- street, Edinburgh 

Macnab, Duncan ; Airdrie 

Macpherson, Colin ; Bomish, South Uist 

Macpherson, Very Rev. John, President of St Mary's College, 
Blairs, neai* Aberdeen, and V.G. of the Eastern District 

Maher, Thomas ; Stranraer, Wigton shire 

Mangin, Joseph ; Galashiels, Roxburghshire 

Mann, William ; Blairs College, Aberdeen 

Milne, James ; Hamilton * 



13G LIST OP TUB CLERGY IN SCOTLAND. 

O'Bbirne, Michael ; Viewfield House, Dunfermline 
0*Counor, James ; Inverury by Keith Hall 
O'Donnell, Alexander; 17 Brown' s-square, Edinburf^h 
O'Oorman, Patrick ; St Andrew's, 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 
0*Keefe, Michael; Coatbridgce by Glasgow 
O'Leary, Patrick ; Hamilton 

Prendbrgast, John ; Haddington 

Reid, Alexander; St. Joseph's, Cowcaddens, Glasgow 

Reid, Charles ; Greenock 

Rigg, George ; St Mary's, Broughton-street-, Edinburgh 

Ritchie, John ; Preshome, Enzie by Fochabers 

Robertson, William ; Fochabers 

Russell, James ; St Andrew's, 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 

Smith, Right Rer. Alexander, Bishop of Parium, Coadjutor of the 

Western District ; 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 
Sharp, John ; Blair's College by Aberdeen 
Shaw, John ; Rutherglen by Glasgfow 
Sheedy, John ; Barrhead by Glasgow 
Small, Eugene ; St Mungo's, Stanhope-street, Glasgow 
Small, Henry ; Dumfries 
Smith, Andrew ; Kirkcudbright 
Smith, William ; Wellbum, Lochee, Dundee 
Smith, William ; Strichen, Aberdeenshire 
Stoppani, William ; Chapel-court, Aberdeen 
Stothert, James A. ; Carstairs by Glasgow 
Strain, John ; Dalbeattie by Dumfries 
Stuart, John ; Kirkcaldy 
Stuart, Robert ; Tombae by Ballendalloch 
Sutherland, John ; Chapel-court, Aberdeen 

Tagoart, Patrick ; Hawick, Roxbui*gh6hire 
Thomson, John ; Elgin 
Thomson, William ; Ayr 
Tochetti, Charles ; Keith 

WA.LL, Michael; St A. Liguori^s, Great HamUton-street, Glasgow 

Wallace, Thomas ; Cumnock 

Witham, Thomas ; Kirkconnell by Dumfries 






137 



STATISTICS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 
IN GREAT BRITAIN. 

CHURCHES, CHAPET^, AND STATIONS IN ENGLAND AND WALES, 
WITH THE CORRESPONDING COUNTIES AND DIOCESES. 



Counlia 
Anglesea 
Beds 
Berks . 

Brecon . 

Bucks . 
Cambridge 

Caermarthen 

Caernarvon 

Cardigan 

Chester. 
Cornwall 
Cumberland 
Denbigh 
Derby . 
Devon . 
Dorset . 
Durham 
Essex . 
Flint . 

Glamorgan 

Gloucester 
Hants . . 

Hereford . 



Herts . . . 

Huntingdon . 
Isle of Man . 
Isle of Wight. 
Kent. . . . 

* Comprehending 



Dioeesn, Chs, 
. Shrewsbury . I 
. Northampton 
. Southwark • 
. /Newport and\ 

\ Menevia . J 
. Northampton 
. NortViampton 

/Newport andl 

* \ Menevia . j 
. Shrewsbury . 

r Newport and) 

* \ Menevia ./ 
. Shrewsbury . 
. Plymouth . . 
. Hexham . . 
. Shrewsbury . 
. Nottingham . 
. Plymouth . . 
. Plymouth . . 
. .Hexham . . 

Westminster . 
. Shrewsbury . 

f Newport and i 
' \ Menevia ./ 
. Clifton . . . 
. Southwark . 

/Newport andl 

* t Menevia ./ 
. Westminster . 
. Northampton 
. Liverpool 
. Southwark . 
. Southwark . 



1 
6 



4 
3 

2 

1 



28 

6 

9 

4 

10 

12 

9 

25 

10 

8 

9 

17 
11 

6 



3 

2 
3 
17 

the Hundreds 



Countie*. 

Lancaster . 

Leicester . 
Lincoln . . 
Montgomery 
Middlesex 

Monmouth 

Norfolk . 
Northampton . 
Nottingham * . 
Northumberland 
Oxford . . 

Pembroke . 

Radnor . . 

Rutland . 
Salop . . 
Somerset . 
Stafford . 
Suffolk . . 
Surrey . , 
Sussex , . 
Warwick . 
Westmoreland 
Wilts . . 
Worcester . 
York . . 
Guernsey . 
Jersey . . 
Aldemey . 
Scilly Islands 



Cht. 
135 



Dioceses, 
/Liverpool 88«\ 
iSalford . 47t/ 
Nottingham . . 15 
Nottingham . . 18 
Shrewsbury . . 
Westminster . . 44 
/Newport and\ .q 
\ Menevia . ./ *^ 
Northampton . 8 
Northampton . 5 
Nottingham . . 3 
Hexham ... 25 
Birmingham . . 9 
(Newport and\ j 
\ Menevia . ./ 
/Newport andS ^ 
\ Menevia . . / 
Nottingham . . 
Shrewsbury . . 10 
Clifton .... 15 
Birmingham . . 39 
Northampton . 6 
Southwark . . 21 
Southwark . . 10 
Birmingham . . 31 
Hexham ... 2 
Clifton .... 4 
Birmingham . . 12 
Beverley ... 75 
Southwark . . 1 
Southwark . . 8 
Southwark . . 1 
Plymouth ... 



of West Derby, Leyland, Amoundemess, 



and Lonsdale, south and north of the Sands. 

t Comprehending the Hundreds of Salford and Blackburn. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, AND STATIONS IN SCOTLAND, WITH THE 
CORRESPONDING COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS. 



Counties, 
Aberdeen . . 
Argyll . . . 
Ayr .... 
Banff . . . 
Berwick . . 
Bute. . . . 
Caithness . . 
Clackmannan 
Cromarty . . 
I>umbarton . 
Dumfries . . 
£dinburgh 
Fife ... . 
Forfar . . . 
Haddington . 

Inverness . . 

Kineardine . 



Districts, Chs, 

, Northern . . IS 

. Western . . 4 

. Western . . 8 

. Northern . . 10 

. Eastern . . 

. Western . . 1 

. Northern . . 1 

. Eastern • . 

. Northern . . 

. Western . . 2 

. Eastern . . 2 

. Eastern . . 6 

. Eastern . . 4 

. Eastern . • 7 

. Eastern . . 1 
/East & West.\ «» 

•\ Northern ./ " 

. Eastern . . 1 



Counties, 
Kinross . . 
Kirkcudbright 
Lanark . . . 
Linlithgow 
Moray . . . 
Nairn . . . 
Orkney and Shet-\ 



DistricU, Chs. 



land 
Peebles . . 
Perth . . 
Renfrew . 
Ross . . 
Roxburgh . 
Selkirk . . 
Stirling. . 
Sutherland 
Wigtown . 



./ 



Eastern . 
Eastern . 
Western . 
Eastern . 
Northern . 
Northern . 

Northern . 

Eastern . 
Eastern 
Western . 
Northern . 
Eastern 
Eastern 
Eastern 
Northern . 
Western . 




6 
19 
2 
2 




2 

8 
7 
1 

4 
1 
8 

2 



138 



CHURCHES^ CHAPELS, AKD STATIONS. 



SUMMARY OF CHURCHES, CHAPELS, AND STATIONS. 

In England. 



Diocese of Westminster . . 56 

Southwark .. 74 

Hexham .. .. 61 

Beverley . . • • 75 

Liverpool .. 90 

— T— Salford .. .. 47 
Shrewsbury .. 50 


Diocese of Newport and 
Menevia 

Clifton 

Plymouth 

Nottingham .. 

Birmingham .. 

Northampton 


34 
36 
27 
40 
90 
28 


Total . . . . 
In Scotland. 


708 


Eastern District ... . • 48 
Western do 56 

Grand Total of Catholic Churches 

Britair 


Northern District . . . . 37 

Total .. ..141 
y Chapels^ and Stations in Great 
1,849. 


PRIESTS IN GREAT BRITAIN. 




ENGLAND AND WALES. 




Diocese of Westminster .. 130 

Southwark .. 81 

Hexham .. .. 75 

Beverley .. 89 

' — — Liverpool .. 140 
. Salford .. .. 72 

Shrewsbury .. 60 


Diocese of Newport and 
Menevia 

Clifton .. .. 

Plymouth 

Nottingham .. 

Birmingham .. 

Northampton 


26 
51 
28 
47 
130 
25 


— — * Total . • • . 


944 






Eastern District • • . . S8 
Western District . . . . 62 


Northern District 

St Mary's CoUeire, Blairs 


29 
6 



Total .. ..135 
Grand Total of Priests in Great Britain, including Bishops and Priests 
unattached, as per Alphabetical List, 1142. 



COLLEGES. 

In England there are eleven Catholic Colleges, viz, : 



St. Edmund's, Hertfordshire. 
SS. Peter and Paul, \ Somerset- 
St, Gregory's, j shire. 

Stonyhurst, Lancashire. 
St. Mary's, Staffordshire. 
St Cuthbert's, Ushaw, Durham. 



St Lawrence's, Yorkshire. 
St. Edward's, Lancashire. 
Mount St Mary's, Derbyshire. 
College of the Immaculate Con- 
ception, Leicestershire. 
St. Beuno's, Flintshire. 



In Scotland, one College, viz. St. Mary's, Blairs, Kincardineshire. 



CITIES, TOWNS, ETC. 139 

RELIGIOUS HOUSES AND COMMUNITIES OF MEN- 



Diocese of Westminster 

Sonthwark 

Beverley 

Salford . . 



Diocese of Westminster 

— Southwark 

— Hexham .. 

Beverley 

Liverpool 

Salford . . 

Shrewsbury 



5 
1 
2 
i 



Diocese of Shrewsbury 

Nottingham 

Birmingham 



Total 



CONVENTS. 



16 
12 
3 
7 
6 
9 
8 
Newport & Menevia 1 



Diocese of Clifton . . 

— Plymouth 

Nottingham . . 

Birmingham . . 

— ' Northampton . . 
Scotland 



Total 



• • • « 



1 
3 

4 

17 



6 
3 
4 
16 
2 
3 

91 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

Of CiTiESj Towns, Villages, and other Places in England and 

Wales, where there are 

CHURCHES OR CHAPELS. 

With References to t)ie page of the Direc|:ory in which each Chnrch or 
Chapel, and the name or names of .the Clergyman or Clergymen 
thereto attached, are given. 



Abbot's Salford, 96 
Aberford, 67 
Aberafon, 83 
Aberdare, 79 
Abergavenny, 81 
Abermarlais, 84 
Abinedon, 46 
Accnngton, 78 
Acton, 36 
Acton Bumell, 76 
Aigburth, 64 
Aiskew, 57 

Aldenham, Priory, 76 
Alderney, 50 
Aldershott Camp, 47 
Alnwick, tS 
Alston Lane, 64 
Aston-le- Walls, 101 
Alton, 98 
Alton Towers, 98 
Altringham, 77 



Amble, 5S 

Ampleforth, 57 

Appleton, 64 

Arno's Court, 85 

Arundel, 49 

Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 
93 

Ashbourne, 92 

Ashford, 48 

Ashley, 98 

Ashton-under-Lyne, 
72 

Ashton-in-the- Wil- 
lows, 64 

Aston Hall, 98 

Aston-le- Walls, 102 

Atherston, 96 

Avon Dassett, 96 

Aughton, 64 

AxminstCr, 89 

Aylesbury, 102 



Bacup, 72 

Baddesley, Clinton, 9p 
Banbury, 97 
Bangor; 78 

Batley-cum-Birsta!J,67 
Barnard Castle, 52 
Barnet, 38 
Bamsley, 57 
Barnstaple, 89 
Barrow, 93 
Barton-on-Irwell, 72 
Barton-on- Hnmber, 

94 
Bath, 86 
Bayswater, 37 
Bedford Leigh, 64 
Bedminster, 80 
Bellingham, 53 
Belmont, 82 
Bermondsey, 44 
Berwick-on-Tweed, 54 



140 

Beverley, 57 
Biddleston, 54 
BiUington, 72 
Bilflton, 98 
Birchley, 64 
Birkenhead, 77 
Birmingham, 95, 96 
Birtley, 52 
Bp. Auckland, 52 
Bp. Eton, 64 
Bp. Thornton, 57 
Birdholme, 92 
Blackbrook, 65 
Blackburn, 73 
Blackley, 73 
Blackrod, 73 
Blackpool, 64 
Bloxwich, 98 
Bodmin, 90 
BoUington, 77 
Bolton, 73 
Bonham Hoase, 86 

Bootle, 65 

Boston, 94 

Bosworth Hall, 93 

Botleigh Grange, 47 

Bradford, 55-57 

Brailes, 96 

Bramley, 57 
Brandsby Hall, 58 

Brecon, 82 

Brentwood, 40 

Brewood, 98 

Bridgenorth, 76 

Bridgewater, 86 

Bridport, 90 

Brierley Hill, 98 

Brigg, 94 

Brighton, 49 

Brindle, 65 

Bristol, 85 

Broadway, 99 

Brockampton, 47 

Brooms, 52 

Brompton, 45 

Brompton, Lond., 35 

Bromwich West, 99 

Brough Hall, 58 

Broughton Hall, 58 

Brown's Edge, 73 

Buckland, 46 

Bungay, 103 



CITIES, TOWNS, ETC. 

Burgpirallis, 58 
Burnley, 78 
Burscough Hall, 65 
Burton Green, 47 
Burton Park, 49 
Burton-on-Trent, 98 
Bury, 73 

Bury St Edmunds, 1 08 
Buxton, 92 

Caermarthen, 84 
CalehUl, 48 
Callaly Castle, 54 
Cambridge, 103 
Camborne, 90 
Campden House, 86 
Cannington, 86 
Canterbury, 48 
Cardiff, 83 
Carlisle, 51 
Carlton, 58 
Carmel House, 52 
Castleton, Isle of Man, 

67 
Chatham, 48 
Cheadle, 98 
Cheesebum Grange, 

54 
Chelsea, 35 
Chelmsford, 41 
Cheltenham, 85 
Chepstow, 81 
Chester, 77 
Chesterfield, 93 
Chichester, 49 
Chideock, 90 
Chippenham, 85 
Chipping, 73 
Chipping Norton, 97 
Chipping Sodbury, 86 
Chiselhurst, 48 
Chorley, 65 
Cirencester, 86 
Clapham, 45 
Claremont, 45 
Claughton, 65 
Clayton Green, 65 
Cleator, 51 
Clerkenwell, 32 
Clewer Green, 46 
Clifford, 58 
Clifton, 85 



Clitheroe, 73 
Cobridge, 98 
Cockermouth, 51 
Coedangred, 82 
Colchester, 41 
Colston Basset, 93 
Congleton, 77 
Coswy; 103 
Cossey Hall, 103 
CotUm, 65 
Coughton Court, 96 
Courtfield, 82 
Coventry, 96 
Cowe8(I.ofW.),47 
Cowpen, 54 
Crayford, 48 
Crathome, 58 
Cresswell, 98 
Crewe, 77 
Croft, 65 
Crooke, 52 
Crosby Great, 65 
Crosby, little, 66 
CrozdaleHall,52 
Croydon, 45 

Darlington, 52 
Deal, 48 
Deptford,48 
Derby, 92 
Dewsbury, 58 
Dodding Green, 54 
Doncaster, 58 
Dorchester, 97 
Dover, 48 
Dowlais, 83 
Downside, 86 
Douglas (I. of Man), 

67 
Droylsden, 73 
Dudley, 99 
Duckinfield, 77 
Durham, 52 

Easingwold, 58 
£a8tUendred,47 
Eastwell, 93 
Ecdeston, Great, 65 
Edgbaston, 96 
Egton Bridge, 58 
Bllingham, 54 
Enfield, 73 



CONTAINING CHURCHES OR CHAPELS, 



141 



Edrington, 96 
Erwood Hall, 77 
£sh Laude, 52 
Enxton, 65 
Eyeringham, 5S 
Exeter, 89 

Fairford,86 , 
Failsworth, 73 
Falmouth, 90 
Famworth, 73 
FelUng, The, 52 
Felton Park, 54 
Femyhalgh, 65 
Fleetwood-on-Wyre, 

65 
Flint, 79 
FoUatOD, 89 
Formby, 65 
Fozcote, 96 
Frame, 86 
Fulham, 37 

Gainsboroughy 94 
Gainford, 52 
Garstang, 63 
Gateshead, 52 
Gillmoss, 65 
Gillbrook, 77 
Glossop, 93 
Gloucester, 85 
Goosenargh, 65 
Gosport, 47 
Grace Dieu, 93 
Grafton Manor, 99 
Grange, The, 58 
Grantham, 94 
Gravesend, 48 
Great Crosby, 65 
Great Haywood, 98 
Great Eccleston, 65 
Great Marlow, 103 
Great Yarmouth, 103 
Greenwich, 49 
Grinstead, West, 49 
Guernsey, 50 
GuUdford, 46 

Hackney, 31 
Haggerstone Castle, 

54 
Hainton, 94 



Halifax, 58 

Hall Green, Old, 40 

Hammersmith, 36 

Hampstead, 38 

Hampton-on-the- 

HiU, 96 
Handsworth, 95 
Hanley, 99 
Hanwell, 36 
Hartlepool, 52 
Harvington Hall, 100 
Haslingden, 73 
Hassop, 93 
Hastings, 49 
Hathersage, 93 
HauntonHall, 98 
Haverford West, 84 
Haywood, Great, 98 
Hazlewood Hall, 58 
Hedon, 58 
Hendred, East, 47 
Hereford, 82 
Hethe, 97 
Hertford, 40 
Hexham, 53 
Heythrop, 97 
Higbridge, 47 
Hinckley, 93 
Ilindley, 65 
Holioway, 39 
Hodder, 73 
Holme, 58 
Holt, 93 
Holyhead, 79 
HolyweU, 78 
Hornby, 65 
Hornby Castle, 58 
Horsham, 49 
Houghton Hall, 58 
Houghton -le - Spring, 

52 
Howden, 58 
Huddersfield, 58 
HuU, 58 

Hutton House, 52 
Hyde, 77 
Hyde, The, 38 

Ince Blundell, 65 
Ingateston Hall, 41 
Ipswich, 103 
Iruham, 94 



Isleworth, 37 
Isle of Dogs, 40 
Islington, 38 

Jersey, 50 

Keighley, 58 
Kemerton, 86 
Kendal, 54 
KenUworth, 96 
Kensington, 35 
Kentish Town, 38 
Kidderminster, 100 
Kilvington, 58 
Kingsland, 39 
Kingston-on-Thames, 

45 
Knaresboro*, 59 
Knutsford, 77 

Lancaster, 64 
Lartington, 59 
Lawland, 59 
Lea, 65 
Lee House, 73 
Leamington Priors, 96 
Leeds, 59 
Leek, 98 
Leicester, 93 
Llewesog, 78 
Levenshulme, 73 
Leyburn, 59 
Leyland, 65 
Lichfield, 98 
Lincoln, 94 
Lingdale House, 77 
Linton-on-Ouse, 59 
Liscard, 77 
Little Crosby, 66 
Little Malvern, 100 
Liverpool, 62-64 
Llanarth Court, 82 
Llanheme, 90 
Llansaniffrad, 82 
Lond. & Sub. 38-40 
Longhorsley, 54 
Longton, 98 
Long worth, 82 
Loughborough, 93 
Louth, 94 
Lulworth Castle, 90 
I Lydiate, 66 



142 

Lymington, 47 
Lyme, 90 
Lynn, 103 
Lytham, 66 

Macclesfield, 77 
Madeley, 76 
Malton, 59 
Malvern, Little, 100 
Manchester, 73, 74 
Market Raisen^ 94 
Margate, 49 
Mario w. Great, 103 
MarnhuU, 90 
Marton, 59 
Maryport, 51 
Maryvale, 98 
Masbro', 59 
Mawdesley, 66 
Mawley, 76 
Melton Mowbray, 93 
Middleton, Salop, 76 
Midford Castle, 86 
Midhurst, 49 
Middlesbro'- on -Tees, 

59 
Middlewich, 77 
Milford, 84 
Ministeracres, 54 
Mitcham, 45 
Mold, 79 
Moorfields, 30 
Monmouth, 82 
Mortlake, 45 
Morpeth, 54 
Mossley, 69 
Mount St. Mary's, 93 
Myddleton Lodge, 59 

Nantwich, 77 
Neston, 77 
Netherton, 66 
Newcastle - on - Tyne, 

53 
Newcastle - under - 

Lyne, 98 
Newhall, 41 
Newbridge, 83 
Newbury, 47 
Newark, 92 
Newland Park, 59 
New Mills, 93 



CITIES^ TOWNS, ETC. 

Newport (I. of W.), 

47 
Newport (Mon.), 81 
Newport, Salop, 76 
Newsham, 66 
Northampton, 102 
North Hyde, 37 
North Shields, 54 
Northwich, 77 
Norwich, 103 
Norwood, 46 
Nottingham, 92 
Nuneaton, 96 
Nympafield, 86 

Old Swan, 66 
Oldham, 74 
Old Hall Green, 40 
Ormskirk, 66 
Orrell, 66 
Osbaldeston, 74 
Oscott, 97 
Osgodby, 94 
Otley, 59 
Oundle, 101 
Oulton, 98 
Oxburgh, 103 
Oxford, 97 

Pantasaph, 79 
Parkgate, 77 
Peckbam, 45 
Pembroke Dock, 84 
Pendlebury, 74 
Penlp, 82 
Penrith, 51 
Penzance, 90 
Peterborough, 102 
Pleasington Priory, 75 
Plowden HaU, 76 
Plymouth, 89 
Pocklington, 59 
Pontefract, 59 
Pontypool, 82 
Poole, 90 
Poplar, 40 
Portico, 66 
Portsea, 47 
Poulton-le-Fylde, 66 
Preston, 66 
Princethorpe, 97 
Prior Park, 86 



Paddington, 77 

Radford, 97 
Rainhill,66 
Ramsbottom, 75 
Ramsgate, 49 
Ratcliffe, 93 
Rawtenstall, 75 
Reading, 46 
Redditch, 97 
Reigate, 46 
Rhyl, 79 

Richmond, Surrey, 46 
Richmond, 59 
Ripon, Yorksh., 59 
Rixton, 66 
Rochdale, 75 
Roehampton, 46 
Romford, 40 
Rotherhithe, 45 
Rotherwas, 82 
Rugby, 97 
Rugely, 98 
Runcorn, 78 
Ryde, 48 

St. Alban's, ^0 

St. Asaph, 72 

St. Benedict's Priory, 

98 
St. Bernard's Abbey,93 
St. George's Fields, 13 
St. Helen's, 67 
St. Heller, Jersey, 60 
St. John's Wooi 37 
St. Leonard's, 49 
StPierre, Guemsey,50 
St Wilfrid's, 99 
Salford, 72 
Salisbury, 87 
Salmesbury, 75 
Salt Hill, 102 
Sandbach, 78 
Sawston, 103 
Scarborough, 59 
Scarisbrick Hall, 66 
Scarthingwell Hall, 59 
Scholes, 66 
Scorton, Yorksh., 58 
Scorton, Lancash., 66 
Seaham Harbour, 52 
Seaton Delaval, 54 



CONTATNIMO CHURCHES OR CHAPELS. 



143 



Sedgfield, 52 
Sedgley, 98 
Sedgley Park, 98 
Selby, 60 
Sheemessy 49 
Shefford, 102 
Sheffield, 60 
Shepghed, 94 
Shepton Mallett, 86 
Shields, North, 51* 
Shields, South, 53 
Shortwood, 86 
Shrewsbury, 76 
Sickling Hall, ^0 
Singleton, 66 
Skipton, 60 " 
Slindon House. 49 
Solihull, 97 
Somers-town, 38 
Souldeni Hqiisjb, 97 
Southampton, 47 
South Hill, 66 
South Shields, 53 
Southport, 67 
Southwark, 46 
SpetcUey, 100 
Spetisbury, 90 
Spitalfields, 31 
Stafford, 9S 
Stalybridge, 78 
Stamford, 94 
Staubrook, 100 
Standish HaU, 67 
l^tanningfield, 104 
Stapehill, 90 
Stella, 52 
Stockport, 78 
Stockton-on-Tees, 53 
Stoke - hy - Navland, 

104 
Stoke-upon-Trent, 98 
Stone, 99 
Stonor, 97 
Stonyhurst, 75 
Stourbridge, 100 
Stourton, 60 
Stratford, Essex, 41 
Stratfordlon-Avon, 97 
Studley, 97 
Stydd Lodge, 75 
Sunderland, 33 



Sutton, 67 
Sutton Coldfield, 97 
Sutton Place, 46 
Swansea, 83 
Swettenham Hall, 78 
Swinburne Castle, 

54 
Swindon, 86 
Swynnerton Park, 99 

Talacre IJaU, 79 
Tamworth, 99 
Taunton, S6 
Tawstock, 89 
Teignmouth, 89 
Testboume, 47 
Thelton, 103 
Thetford, 104 
Thorndon Hall, 41 
Thornley, 53 
Thro{)ton Hall, 54 
Thurnham, 67 
Tichbome, 47 
Tiverton, 89 
Torquay, 89 
Tor Abbey, 89 
Tottenham, 40 
Tredegar, 82 
Trelawney, 90 
Tunbridge Wells, 49 
Tunstall, 99 
Turnham Green, 36 

Ugbrook, 89 
Ugthorpe, 00 
Ulverston, 67 
Qpton-on-Severn, 100 
Ushaw, 53 
Uske, 82 
tJttoxeter, 99 

Wakefield, 60 
Walker, 54 
Wall Knowl, 54 
Walsall, 99 
Walthamstow, 41 
Walton, 75 
Wandsworth, 46 
Wappenbury, 97 
Wardour Castle ,87 
Warrington, 67 



Warwick Bridge, 51 
Wednesbury, 99 
Weedon, 102 
Weld Bank, 67 
Wellington, 76 
Weobley, 82 
West Bromwich, 99 
Westbury - on - Trim, 

86 
West Grinstead, 49 
Weston Hall, 97 
Weston-super-lVfare, 

86 
WestoA Underwood, 

103 
Weybridge, 46 
Weymouth, 90 
Whitby, 60 
Whitechurcb, 78 
Whitehaven, 51 
Whitwick, 91 
Wigan, 67 
Wigton, 51 
Willows, The, 67 
Wimbledon, 46 
Winchester, 47 
Witham, 41 
Witton Shields, 5i< 
Wisbeach, 103 
Wolsingham, 53 
Wolverhampton, 99 
Woodchester, 86 
Wood Lane, 99 
Wooler, 5* 
Woolhampton, 47 
Woolston, 67 
Woolwich, 49 
Woolton-Much, 67 
Wootton HaU, 97 
Worcester, 99 
Workington, 51 
Worksop, 92 
Wrexham, 78 
Wrightington Hall, 67 
Wycliffe, 60 ' 

Yarm, 60 
Yarmouth, 103 
Yealand, 67 
Yealmpton, 89 
I York, 57 



Hi 



ENGLISH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 

Old Hall Greetiy near Waref Hertfordshire, • 
Established in 1795. 

Very Rev. William Weathers, D.D., President; Rev. Herbert 
Vaughan, Vice-President ; Rev. Frederick Rymer, Prefect of Studies. 

The coarse of studies is directed for the education of young men 
who are intended either for business or for any one of the learned pro- 
fessions, or who are preparing themselves to enter the ecclesiastical 
state. As the College is associated with the London University, 
Students may, if it is wished, be prepared to take their degrees there. 
The age of admission is from eight to fifteen. 

Particulars, regarding terms, &c., may be obtained by making ap- 
plication to the President, or to the Very Rev. James Canon O'Neal, 
Grove-road, St. John^s-wood, London* 

J^t. Ctttt^ibert'lS doUegr» Ushaw, near Durham. 

Founded at Crook Hall in 1794; removed to the New College at 

Ushaw in 1808. 

Particulars regarding the course of education, terms, &c., may be 
learnt by application to the President, the Right Rev. Monsignor 
Charles Newsham, D.D., or to the Very Rev. Monsignor Vincent 
Eyre, Cadogan-terrace, Sloane-street, Chelsea. 

5t. fS(,9X^*% College, Oscott, near Birmingham. 

With the usual complement of Professors and others. 

Situated in one of die healthiest parts of England, and built ex- 
pressly for its present purpose ; St Mary's College receives Students 
from the age of eight years and upwards, to be prepared for commerce, 
and for the learned professions, equally as for the Church. The system 
pursued in it embraces, besides the classical languages, French, Italian, 
and German, which are taught to all who pursue the ordinary course of 
studies. Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, assisted by very com- 
plete apparatus, as well as History, Geography, Elocution, and other 
branches of learning becoming either a scholar or a gentleman. Every 
care is taken of the health and comfort of the pupils ; and it need not 
be added, that their moral and religious instruction is an object of the 
utmost solicitude and attention. The College is aggregated to the 
London University, and several of its pupils have been presented there 
for examination, both for matriculation and bachelorship of arts, with 
most satisfactory success. The course of studies is likewise directed 
to meet the matriculation-examination of Trinity College, Dublin. 

For particulars apply to the President, the Right Rev. Monsignor 



ENGLISH CATHOLIC COLLEGE!. 145 

Weedall, D.D. ; or to the Right RevY. tlie Bishops of BirmiDghim, 
of Northampton, of Nottinghun, or of Shrewsbuiy. 



CoUtgM of ISIS* yeter anlt 9«ttl, 

Prior Park, near BeUh, 

President— The Very Rev. Thomas Booker, D.D. 

Honorary Preeideni — The Very Rev. Monsignor Brindle, D.D. 

Vtee-Presideni — Rev. Thomas Shattock. 

This Establishment consists of two distinct Colleges. 

St. Paul's College is intended for students of more advanced age 
or acquirements. 

In St. Peter's College, the course of studies is directed for the edu- 
cation of youths destined for the ecclesiastical state, for the learned 
professions, or for commercial pursuits. 

A Matron is attached to St Peter's College for the care of the little 
boys, the sick, and the linen of the young gentlemen. 

Both Colleges are associated mib. the London University, in which 
the students graduate. 

Terms for St Peter's College are, in the preparatory class, under 
ten years of age, SO guineas per annum, above ten and under fourteen, 
40 guineas jter annum, above fourteen, 50 guineas per annum ; for St. 
Paul's College, 100 guineas per annum, to be paid half-yearly in advance. 

N.B. All accounts with the Colleges of SS. Peter and Paul are to 
be considered as kept with the President. 

*«* Application for particulars to be made to the above-mentioned 
Superiors ; to the Right Revv. the Bishops of Clifton, Newport, Ply- 
mouth, and Shrewsbury. 

IStOnsittTSt College, near Whalley, Lancaekire. 

Established in 1794. 

Pbr information as to terms and course of education, application 
may be made to the Rev. William Waterworth, 9 Hill-street, Berkeley- 
square, London ; or to the Rev. Francis Clough, Stonyhurst College. 



Sodl^er^yUtr yreparatotfi J^cfiool 

This Establishment, in immediate connection with Stonyhurst Col- 
lege, has been re-opened, and is now solely devoted to the education of 
younger children. 

llie whole of the house has been refitted ; and the accommodations, 
far more extensive than hitherto, will be found well adapted for the 
careful training of children. 

The direct object of the School is to give instruction in first rudi- 
ments of education previously to the children passing to their studies 
at the College. 

A Matron will reside in the house. 



146 ENGLISH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 

Age of admission, seven to' twelve. 

For full particulars, apply to Rev. F. Cloiigli, Stonybnrst College, 
Whalley, Lancashire. 

N3. There will be convenience provided f<Mr Spiritual Ketreats, 
under the direction of one of the Fathers of the Sodt^. 



&t %n!imtntt*% CoUrgt , Ampltforih, York. 

PregideiU^The Very Bev. W; Ralph Cooper. 

N.B. In consequence of the opening of the Malton and Thirsk 
branch of the York, Newcastle* and Berwiek Railway, visitors can no 
longer reach the College by coach. In proceeding by rail they are 
advised to " book" for the ** Gilling Station" on the above-named jdne, 
to which station parcels should be invariably directed, as the Gilling 
station is much more convenient than the one at Ampleforth. 



&U (&XtitXt'i College, Downside^ near Baih, 
President — ^Very Rev. James Norbert Sweeney. 



S^t lEHUiarll'B College, EDerton, neat Liverpool 

President — The Very Rev. Canon Fisher, D.D, 
Vice-President— TYie Rev. John Walker. 
Professor — The Rev. Charles Teebay. 

The course of studies comprises all the branches of a liberal and 
polite education — the Classical languages, Greek and Latin ; Modem 
languages, English, French, and German, taught by native professors ; 
History, Geography, Elocution, Writing, Arithmetic, Mathematics, 
Book-keeping, and the Elements of Natural Philosophy. 

The College has been fitted-up with due attention to the health and 
comfort of the pupils, and furnishes every accommodation the most 
anxious parent could desire. A large and extensive playground is 
attached, and af!brds ample scope for games and exercise. 

The pension is 40/. a-year under the age of twelve \ 45/. between 
twelve and fourteen ; and fifty guineas above that age. The pension is 
paid half-yearly in advance, and a quarter's notice is required previous 
to the removal of any student. Instead of each student providing him- 
self with silver fork, spoon, and linen, three giiineas will be charged as 
entrance, and those articles will be supplied by the house. Music, 
Drawing, Dancing, French and German, are extra charges ; bobks and 
stationer^ for the use of class 2/. a-year. Washing according to the 
expenditure of each individual* 

There are two vacations in the coutse of the year ; one of seven 
weeks at Midsummer, and another at Christmas of about three weeks* 
duration. Punctuality in sending back the pupils to College for the 
opening of classes, after each vacation, is most urgently inculbated 
upon parents. 

For further particulars, apply to the President, St. Edward's Col- 
lege, Liverpool. 



CMOLISH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 147 

College of tf^t SmmattiUtr <!tontept(on, RatcHffe, near Lough- 

borough, Leicestershire, 

President — Very Rev. Peter Hutton. 

This College is conducted \}j the Fathers of Charity. It is situated 
at the distance of seven miles from Leicester and Loughborough, and 
of about three miles from the Systoti station (M.R.). The accommo- 
dation for the students has been considerably increased, a spacious 
study-room and a play-room, with a large dormitory, and a number 
of private rooms have been erected. 

For particulars, apply to the President cts above ; to the Very Rev. 
A. M. RinoM, Rugby ; to the Rev. Moses Furlong, St. Mary*s, Rugby ; 
and to the Rev. Henry Hopkins, Newport, Monmouthshire, 



College of fStOUni 5t. JRKars'lS, near Chesterfield, 

This College is conducted by Clergymen connected with the Col- 
lege of Stonyhurst ; it is situated nine miles from Sheffield, seven 
mUes from Chesterfield, and one from the Eckington station 
(N.M.R.). 

For particulars, apply to the President, Rev. Maurice Mann, 
Mount St. Mary's, Chesterfield ; to the Rev. William Waterworth, 9 
Hill- street, Berkeley-square, London; to the Rev. Charles Collyns, 
Salisbury-street, Liverpool ; and to the Rev. Joseph Bond, Preston. 



St. Idettno'jS College. 
Rector — Rev. William Caldwell. 



ENGLISH COLLEGE, ROME. 
Founded by Bull of Pope Gregory XIII., dated April 23, 1579. 

Rector — Very Rev. Robert Cornthwaite, D.D. 
Vice-Rector — Very Rev. John Canon Morris. 



COLLEGIO PIO, ROME. 
Director — The Very Rev. Louis B. English, D.D. 

This College was founded by his Holiness in 1852, and has been 
quite recently located under the same' roof as the venerable English 
College; retaining, however, its own separate regulations. The object 
of its establishment was to supply the long-felt want of a College 
adapted for the reception of such persons as, having indeed a vocation 
to tne Priesthood, were prevented by age, or health, Or previously- 
formed habits, from conforming to the usual minute discipline enforced 
in the seminaries abroad. 

The agents for this College in England, appointed by the Holy 
Father, are the Very Rev. Mgr. Ferdinand English, D.D. (Canon of 
Clifton), Cannington, Bridgwater; and the Very Rev, Frederick Oake- 
ley (Canon of Westminster), Duncan-terrace, Islington. By either of 



148 ENGLISH AND SCOTCH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 

these contributions (whether annual or single) will be gratefully ac- 
knowledged, and any information required readily given. 



Established 1624. 

The Very Rev. Joseph Ilsley, D.D., President and Prqfessor of 
Theology, 

The Rev. Peter Barnes, Fice^Presideni and Professor of Phi- 
losophy. 

Rev. Lawrence Richmond, Professor of Church History ^ Scripture, 
and Hebrew, 

Tlie Rev. William Hilton, Procurator-General and Vice-Rector of 
Secular Boarding- School. 

The Rev. William Browne, Professor of Humanities. 
Very Rev. Richard Canon North, D.D., Greenwich "I Agents for 

Very Rev. Ed. Canon Kenrick, St. Patrick's, Liverpool J the College. 



ENGLISH COLLEGE, VALLADOLID. 

Very Rev. John Guest, Rector. 

Very Rev. Edward Canon Carter, Bolton, Lancashire, Jgent, 



%U 0bmttnl)']S dnollrge, 390ttas, DSpartement du Nord. 

Estoblishedinieil. 

For particulars, apply to the Rev. R. P. Burchall, Douay, d^p. du 
Nord, France; and the Very Rev. T. Heptonstall, Prov. O.S.B., 
Convent, Stanbrook, Worcester. 



COLLEGE IN SCOTLAND. 

%X* f^9X^*%t Blairs, near Aberdeen, 

Opened 2d June 1829. 

Very Rev. John Macpherson, President; Rev. John Sharp, Eme- 
ritus; Revv. William Mann, William Caven, junior, and William 
Downie, Professors ; Rev. Andrew Fleming, Procurator. 



SCOTCH COLLEGE, ROME. 
Very Rev. Alexander Grant, D.D., Rector. 



SCOTCH COLLEGE, VALLADOLID. 
Very Rev. J. Cameron, Rector ; Rev. J. Cowie, Vice-Rector* 

SCOTCH COLLEGE (MONASTERY OF ST. JAMES), 

RATISBON. 

The Benedictine Fathers. 



CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY^ DUBLIN'. 149 

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, DUBLIN, 

86 & 87 Stephen's Green, South. 

The list of College Authorities, Professors, and Lecturers, hitherto 
uamed, stands as foUows : 

Rector : Very Rev. Dr. Newman. 

yici-Reetor : Very Rev. Dr. Leahy. 

Prof essor of Dogmatic Theology: Rev. Father O'Reilly, D.D., S.J. 

Professor of Sacred Scripture : Very Rev. P. Leahy, D.D. 

Professor of Classical Literature : Robert Ornsby, Esq., M. A., Oxon. 

Professor of Mathematics : Edward Butler, Esq., M.A. Dublin. 

Professor of ArchaoUgy and Irish History : Eugene Curry, Esq., 

M.E.I.A., &c. &c. 
Professor of Engineering : Terence Flanagan, Esq., M.I.C.E. 
Professor of Natural Philosophy : Henry Hennessy, Esq., MR. I. A. 
Professors of Anatomy and Physiology: Thomas Hayden, F.RC.S.I.; 

and Robert Cryan, L.R.C.S.L, and K. & a.C.P.I. 
Professor of Pathological Anatomy : Robert D. Lyons, M.B.T.C.D. 

and L.R.C.S. 
Projessor of the Theory and Practice rf Surgery : Andrew Ellis, F.R.C.S.I. 
Demonstrators of Anatomy : Henry Tyrrell, L.R.C.S.I. ; and John 

O'Reilly, L.R.C.S.L 
Lecturer on Political Economy : John O'Hagan, Esq. 
heeturer on Poetry : D. F. McCarthy, Esq. 
Lecturer on the PfUlosophy of History: T. W. Allies, Esq., M.A., 

Oxon. 
Lecturer on Geography : J. B. Robertson, Esq. 
Lecturer on Ancient History : James Stewart, Esq., M.A., Cant. 
Lecturer on Logic: D. B. Dunne, Esq., D.D., D. Ph. 
Lecturer on Political and Social Science : Aubrey de Vere, Esq. 
Lecturer on the Fine Arts : J. H. Pollen, Esq., M.A., Oxon. 
Lecturer on French Literature : M. Pierre le Page Renou£ 
Lecturer on Italian and Spanish Literature : Signor Marani. 
Dean of the House, 6 Har court-street : Very Rev. the Rector. 
Dean of the House, attached to the University Rooms, 86 Stephen^ S" 

green, S, : Rev. M. Flannery. 
Dean of the House, 16 Harcourt-street : Very Rev. Dr. Quinn. 
Dean of the House tf Our Blessed Bady of Mount Carmel : Ver^ Rev. 

Thos. Bennett, Provincial of the Order. 
Private Tutors of the House, 86 Stephen's Green, S, : Rev. W. Penny, 

M.A., Oxon, and Dr. Dunne. 
Secretary : Thomas Scratton, Esq., B,A., Oxon. 

TO STUDENTS IN ARTS. 

1. The University Session of each year consists of three terms : the 
first, before Christmas ; the second, between Christmas and Easter ; the 
third, after Easter; extending, with the Christmas and Easter holidays, 
through thirty- eight weeks. 

2. The normal age of admission to the University will be considered 
to be sixteen. 

$, A first examination in the elements of Latin and Greek gram- 



)50 CATHOLIC OVITBftSITT, P(J)9l.i:f. 

mar, of mathematics, &c. (as explained below), will take place at en- 
trance, when the e^didat^ wi)l \>e ^nn^ly fjia^ittfd as a Student of 
the Uniyersity ; and a second at the end of two years olT residence, on 
passing which he will receive the title of Scholar of the University. 

4. The subjects et study during diese two yean will be the classics, 
modem languages, geometry, algebra, logic, geogvaphy, ehrenology, 
and Ancient, Irish, and English history. 

5. After passing his examination, the Scholar, b^uig the & Mgbtera 
years of agf, will be »bb to retire ^om the Uaiveisity, if bis dealpiaT 
tion requires it ; or be will pMS iifto the schools of nwdiciiie, of civil 
eogineeriDg, an4 of o^^ material and physical sciftBces ; or he will 
continue his studies in Arts for anotber ^o yeut ; U the end of which, 
being twenty years of age, be will undergo a tl^ird examination issuing 
in the degree of B. A. The M.A.'s course will follow. 

6. T^e sul^eots of study during thfl secoytd two yetrf (hfilirf^ 
eighteen and twenty) will consist of ipodem hiatonr, poUtical eco^ 
nomy, ethics, metaphysics, analytical mathemttict, the principles of iavr, 
the elements of ostronomy and chemistry. A proseciltiim of cUssical 
studies will constitute a dispensation from some pf these. 

7. The Examinations, placed at the end of two and fam yeus of 
residence, will be reguUted by the subjects of the leotvnai ^hioh have 
been attended in tho»e two courses respectiv^y. 

TO CANPIDA^f:^ FOH AD^ISSIO^. 

1. The classical and mathen)atical schools of the UniTcraity nwe 
opened on the Feast of St. M«lacbi, liTov. 9, 1^4:. 

2. The school of medicine was opened Oct 1, 1855, th«t Kf civil 
engineering in November. 

3. The e»tr»ncie.-exaipifuUioo viU take place at the time whflii the 
student presents himself for residence, which vill be ofdinarily At tht 
commencement of tbe session. 

4. The subjects of tb^t ejc^minatioii will conaist of Laiin and Gfft^ 
construing and parsiiuf, one classical wnrk in each lavgiiagt hemg 
presented by the canoidate for the purpose; translation into iwUip; 
general knowledge of Oreck and Eoman history} th^ elements of geor 
graphy ; the ^rst book of EucUd^s elements ; arithmetic ; apd tb? 
matter of the Gospel according to St. Matthew, and of any aj^^ved 
Catechism. 

I. Students of the UniyeriHty vili be located in Ijadgisgrhonaes Uttder 
the superintendence of a Dean. The t^rroa of the boiMe 66 Stephen's 
Green, 3outh, including all UniYeraity fees and eiery extra* will he 
40 guineas for the session. This arrangement will not preclude gentle- 
men, who are so desirouSf tcojn paying a larger sum* without pr^udioe 
to community of academical advantages, social equality, and unity of 
discipline, — a provision which has in seme instances been taken ad- 
vantage gt', (Several scholarships pf exl^ibitions wjl^ be ofiered ^ com- 
petition, according to ^e pumbcr of students ; which will haye the 
eflec^ of diipin^hing the expefiaef pf re^de^cf sti)l fufth^f to thQse wb9 
obtain them.) 

0. I^tudents lyhp aj: e desifous of f vaifi^g U^^ij^aelves of p^)y t^e seeond 
course in Arts, — viz. that between the normal ages of eighteej} 9B^^^9^7; 
T^ipayj 09 PF<^uf lag teatimopia)^ pf residence ^4 8*^ 9Pii4]^l9^ for two 



CATHOLIC vj9iypn^iT>> lil3^pllf* 151 

yMr9 Iq a^ jipproyed CoHegi^, pf esept themselves at once for the second 
exammatfoD, and proceed to 'the degree pf B.^. at the end of two years. 
|t ?s eaii^estly requested that candidates for a4inission will send 
iq, \heiv pames to thp Vice-JJ,ector» or to the {Secretary, or to any of the 
College authorities. The Secretary's office is at 87 Stephen's Oreen, 
Spfith, i^;ct dpor tP the Univ^rs^ty |{ousq. 

SE€0«rB BXAMt9IA*40!V, Vlff. »dR SCHOLAA^S •««ilES. 

The pfindld^te will choose, fX ^ pptjon, thr$e out of fhfi fpUowing 
yb^f suhjepts pf examination : 
■ 1. The text of one Greek hook. 

2. The text of 9He Latin hpok. 

3. Ope splence (which, if the capd^d^te ehooseg^ m^y h^ the ffiaUfir 
of the work ijrhich genres for his L^^tij^ or Gr«ek boo]^, a^ aboye). 

4. One mod 3m language and literature. 

Besides these three subjects of examination, every candidate must 
be prepared witfi ao 9xact knowledge of the matters contained in some 
longer Catechism and in the four Gospels, and with a general know- 
Jicdge of «9^^i^t WUifs, geography, c^jropojogy, ^nd t^e j^jfj^iplas of 
£omao«itioO| as already tit the en^anc^ examination. 

It will b^ obaervejj, that the li^t cai^ be adapte4 iQ t^ dassicid 
student, the ecclesiastic, or those who are ji^U)^4p4 ^f i^^meerijjig) 
£» bwuf9(^8»y (JEi;. 

peBtle.qiea php %tsi m^^k tfi t»»^, fnd are df PifPi)« pf s^b^fn^pg 
Ihco^selye^ f» an ^^i^min^tjon, wjU b^ enable^i <m acquitting thems/flvf^s 
9§ti§factQrily, pp pbt^ ip §, dipbi^ or cer^fio^tf |imilax tjo ti^t bei^^owed 
by the College of Preceptors in EijgUj^ 

SCHOOL QF I^X^OJNBJBKJNGf 

This school was opened at the comtQanoenMiit of tiie aession in 
lfr»ve>nber. 

AU mmaben of the Vwiwrmty «bo faam obtained ithe acholar's 
ilegree aM admissible into thia sohool. 

The subjects of study are mathematics, natural {^ilosoj^y, dicmia* 
tief, geology, &c., aad the special application p£ these sciences to 
engineering, together with the principies and practice of surveying and 
levelling. 

At tlie «nd of tw.o jtears devoted to {these etudies an examination 
wifi take plaoe, and a certificate of merit will be given to those who 
|>a6s ci«^tably, 

Measiuree wiil then be jUilcen to m^ those who 4^tain euoh pexti^ 
Ikate in enteiinig the effioes of Mgineers, wheiv they may complete 
their pvaetioal eSueation in 4iie paitloular btimeliee of the prolessioB 
erhioh they im^ severally eelect. 

After tbMe years «o passed, a liirther esa»ination will be held, and 
an engineering diploma conferred upon snoh as are deemed qualified. 

Oentlemett desiroiM of entering the sohool #ve requested to forward 
Hiev aames to the hectetuy of the Catholic University, 87 Stephen's 
6reefi» South. 

The Medical Bchool was opemed in the auti^mii of last year. 



152 ALLH ALLOWS COLLBQE, DUBLIN. 

Practical Anatomy was commenced on the 1st October, and the 
lectures on the Ist November. 

Two classes of students are admitted to the instructions given in 
this school, viz. : Ist, Matriculated Students of the University of two 
years^ standing; 2dly, Non-matriculated Students. 

Terms of attendance : Matriculated Students of two years' stand- 
ing, free ; Non-matriculated Students, 2i. 2i. for each course. 

At the conclusion of the session public examinations will be held, 
and premiums awarded to the successful candidates in each class. 

The apparatus necessary for the Professor of Chemistry is in course 
of preparation. 

For further particulars of each department of the University, and 
for prospectuses, &c., apply to the Secretary, Thomas Scratton, Esq., 
87 Stephen's Green, South, between the hours of 10 and 4. 



ALLHALLOWS COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 

This College was founded in the year 1842, with the sanction of His 
Holiness Pope Gregory XV I., and of the Sacred Congregation of the 
Propaganda ; and is under the patronage and direction of his Grace 
the Archbishop of Dublin. 

The object of the College is the education of Ecelesiasties for the 
FOREIGN MISSIONS. For the furtherance of this end, a number 
of clergymen have formed themselves into a community, modelled upon 
that of St Sulpice, in Paris, and gratuitously devote themselves to the 
education of the young Missionaries. 

The yearly pension of a Student is 10/., provided that he is pre- 
pared to leave himself for the choice of his mission at the disposal 
of the Directors of the College. 

The Right Reverend the Bishops and Vicars- Apostolic of the Foreign 
Missions may have Students affiliated and educated for their Dioceses 
and Districts by paying an additional sum of 10/. per annum for the 
maintenance of each Student. 

Students entering for any particular Mission, or who may be de- 
sirous to reserve the right of choosing their Mission, must pay 20/. per 
annum. 

By a subscription or bequest of 10/. annually, a free place for one 
Student may be established. Thirty such have already been fonMd. 

The College at present contains about 110 Students, who, witn the 
exception of a few not yet engaged, are adopted for the following Mis- 
sions, viz. : Beverley, Hexham, Liverpool, Nottingham, Plymouth, 
Salford, and Shrewsbury, in England ; tiie Eastern and Western Dis- 
tricts in Scotland ; and Missions in the United Stotes, Canada, British 
North America, West Indies, Cape of Good Hope, Australia, New 
Zealand, and the East Indies. 

The daily increasing number of Students imposes on the Directors 
the duty of providing more enlarged accommodation. A portion of 
the new buildings is now completed at a cost of from five to six thou- 
sand pounds, a part of which sum yet remains unpaid. 

To meet this debt, and to carry out the objects of the College, the 
alms of the faithful are earnestly solicited. 



ASSOCIATION VOR THE PROYAflATION OF TRR FAITH. 153 

Annual subsoriptions, donations, and beqnests are gratefully re- 
ceived. 

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered up every morning for all 
the Subscribers and Benefactors, living and dead, and for their in ten. 
tions ; and they will, moreover, be entitled to a participation in the 
merits of all the apostolic labours, conversions, masses, prayers, and 
other good works, which may be the fruit of this institution through- 
out the world to the end of time. 

Our Holy Father the Pope (as stated in a letter from the Cardinal 
Prefect of the Propaganda, dated August 16, 1854) specially blesses 
the benefactors of this College. 

Communications to be addressed to the Very Reverend the Presi- 
dent, or to any of the Directors, Allhallows College, Dublin, Ireland. 

Subscriptions received by Messrs. Burn sand Lambert, Portman- 
street; by Mr. Dolman, 61 New Bond-street; and by the authorised 
Collector for England, Mr. Hamii^toNi 5 Hawley-road, Kentish-town, 
London. 



ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. 

Under the especial patronage of His Holiness Pius IX. and the Right 
Rev. the Catholic Bishops of Great Britain. 

President — The Earl of Anindel and Surrey, 
TVeaftfr^r^— Charles J. Pagliano, Esq., The Lodge, Brook Green, 

Hammersmith. 

Seeretarif — Mr. Charles Dolman, 61 New Bond-street 

J?aiiifrer«— Commercial Bank, 6 Henrietta-street, Covent-garden. 

To become a member of the Association two conditions only are 
required: — Ist To recite, once for all, for this intention, the Our 
Father and Hail Mary of the morning or evening prayers, and add 
on each occasion the following invocation : " St Francis Xavier, pray 
for us." 2d. To give, in alms for the Missions a halfpenny per week. 

Catholics of every age and of both sexes are earnestly exhorted to 
join the Association. It has been placed within the reach of the most 
humble ranks ; but this has been done in the hope that the number of 
members would make up for the smallness of their offerings. When 
heresy, for the extension of its errors, voluntarily contributes upwards 
of thirty millions annually, shall we do nothing for the propagation of 
our faith ? We say daily to God, " Thy Kingdom come ;" let us, th^i, 
manifest by our actions that this prayer is not mere empty words. 



154 



ffLtmni% 



OF 



HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL JOSEPH OASPAB 

MEZZOFANTI. 



It may be . safely assumed tliat there is iiot one among our 
readers, whether lay or clerical, to whom the name of Car- 
dinal Mezzofanti has not long been familiar. For the last 
thirty yfedts of his life he had been bne of the chief cele- 
brities of Italy. Every sti-knger sojourning at Bologna or 
at Rome made it a Jjoint to seek an interview widi this 
prodigy of languages. Every tcfurlfet deVbted a chapter to 
the description of his extraordinary attainments. He was 
popularly known as ^^ a monster of languages," a " imiyersal 
interpreter," a ** walking Pentecost.*' The most marvellous 
accounts of the extent, the variety, and the versatility of his 
powers ad A linguist^ were long current; and, notwithstand- 
ing the proverbial questionableness df travellers' tkles, 6^h 
new narrative seemed but to heighten the woiider with which 
his extraordinary gif\;s were regarded. 

Neveilheless, thete have not beeli wanting sceptical 
individuals who have suggested, that, in much that ha^ beefl 
told of him, there was a degree of generality which leaves 
in thd mind a vague and unsatisfied feeling as to the reality^ 
or at least, the extent, of Mezsofanti's aocomplishments< 
Many of the witnesses df his SUcfcesfees Ai a lingttist werfe 
but ordinary travellers, possessing no peculiar fitness to 
criticise strictly the solidity of the gift which they attested; 
and although there were not wanting among the number 
others of unquestionable capacity as judges, and sometimes 
of acknowledged reputation as linguists, yet their calm and 
discriminating judgment was, to a certain extent, lost in the 
sweeping and declamatory eulogies of the crowd. 

It was to be hoped that, upon the lamented death of this 



BEHOJR OF CAKDIHAL MBtZOPANtf. 155 

'iv'Onderflil in&h, somd ofiui many Mends would hate has- 
tened ib ^et thefee ddtibts at tfeSt, by publishing a minute 
and satisfactory account of the real extent of his acquire- 
ibetits; and for d time it was believed that his successor 
in the office ot chief-keefer of the Vatican Library, Mgr. 
taureani, wa6 adtu^IIy fengaged ih such a meln6ir. tJnhap- 
pily Mgr. Latiteani died, leaving the task Unaccomplished. 
The few biographical notices Which appeared in the jourtials 
on the occasion bf the Oatdlhkl^s death were liable to the 
skiiie charge of vagueUfess and want of precision, which is 
ap|ilicabl^, allhcrtlgh iu^ minor degree, to the more extended 
memoir of M. Manavit. A memoir of the Cardinal is at 
present ili preparatioft, in which an aitetnpt is made to ar- 
rive At an accurate estimate of his attainments, based upon 
the result of careful and systematic inquiries addressed to 
membei-S of almost all the diffefeUt fainihes of language atid 
to some of the tiiost eminent living philologers, who had 
enjoyed the acquaint^hce of Slezzofatiti. We shall not 
t)fetehc[ to anticipate the result; but our readers, we dotibt 
not, will gladly accept at our hands, in the meantime, a 
condensed andpot)ular meiiloir of the great Cardinal, founded 
on the most atithentic materials. 

Joseph Caspar Mez2:ofanti Was born at Bologna, Septem- 
ber J 7tn, 1774, of a family, humble in position, aiid poor 
in fertunej tut of honourable repute in their native city. 
fi[iS fkth^r, t^raiidis Me:2zofanti, was a carpenter, and there 
seenis littld doubt that his ^6n Joseph was designed for the 
same, ot ai lea^t for some equally mechanical craft, and 
that hfe jxiAy etefa have, as a boy, occasionally shared the 
hunible &C(Mpatlbn o^ his father. From a destiny so lin- 
Congehial, however, he was rescued by the discbvery of his 
very reinatkable talents, by the friendly interposition of a 
priest of the Cotigregatibh of the Oratory, Padre Eespighi. 

At the earnest instance bf ttis enlightened clergyman, 
te A^as removed from the poof* schobl of the Clratory, to 
vrhich his father had sent him, and placed under the care 
of a ibologhese priest, the Abbate Cicotti ; soon after- 
Wai^s K^ Wds transferred to one of the well-knowa Scuole 
Pie, free ediicatioiial establishments for the humbler classes, 
conducted by the religious brothethood of the Scolopini; and 
etentU^y he entered the archiepiscopal seminary of Bologna. 



156 IfEMOIR OF CARDINAL MEZZOFANTI. 

His master in philosophy was Joseph Voglio, in theology 
the Abbate Joachim Ambrosi, and in law the celebrated 
Professor Borrini. 

More interesting, however, for onr purpose would it be 
to trace the history and the order of his linguistic studies ; 
but unfortunately very few particulars regarding them are 
now recoverable. He seems to have acqidred the rudiments 
of Latin under the Abbate Cicotti, already mentioned. His 
first instructor in Greek was a Spanish ex-jesuit. Father A 
Ponte, author of several elementary works on the Greek lan- 
guage, well known in Italy. Hebrew he learned in the ordi- 
nary routine of the collegiate classes ; and, during the same 
period, he seems, chiefly by private study, to have become 
acquainted with Arabic. About the same time he attained, 
under the direction of a learned priest named Mingarelli, 
who had resided in Egypt, as a missionary, for some years, 
the more rare and difficult accomplishment, a knowledge of 
Coptic; and by assiduously availing himself of the assistance 
of all the foreigners resident at Bologna, he gradually added 
to his stock, while he was still an undergraduate of the 
University, the French, German, and Swedish languages. 

Mezzofanti's piety, even as a boy, was most remarkable. 
From early predilection, and, it would seem rather against 
the wish of his father, he embraced the ecclesiastical pro- 
fession, and received the clerical tonsure, in the year 1795. 
On September 24:th and 25th, 1796, he received the minor 
orders and sub-deaconship ; April 1st, 1797, he was or- 
dained deacon; and on the 24:th September, in the same 
year, he was admitted, by dispensation of age, to the holy 
order of priesthood. A short time previously, September 
15th, 1797, he had been appointed professor of Arabic in 
his native university ; and he commenced his first course of 
lectures on the 15th December, in the same year. This 
office, however, he enjoyed but for a short time. On the 
annexation of the Papal Legations to the newly-proclaimed 
Cisalpine Republic, he refused to take the oaths of the revo- 
lutionary government, and was deprived of his professorship 
in consequence. In 1803, however, he was appointed, January 
29 th, to the subordinate post of assistant in the city library, 
and on the 4th November, in the same year, was reinstated 
as Professor in the chair of Oriental Languages ; this ap- 



MEMOIR OP CARDINAL MEZZOFANTI. 157 

pointment, however, was again withdrawn, November 15th, 
1808; and thus Mezzofanti was compelled for several years 
to have recourse to the common expedient of needy scholar- 
ship — ^private instruction. But, although the Emperor Na- 
poleon, who, with the instinct of true genius, never failed to 
discern and to appreciate eminence, no matter in what de- 
partment, endeavoured by very tempting offers to induce 
him to settle in Paris, he continued to struggle with for- 
tune in his native city till 1812, when he was rewarded by 
an appointment as assistant-librarian of the university, from 
which post he was advanced to the librarianship-in-chief in 
1814. 

On the events of these long years of struggle and diffi- 
ctdty the published memoirs of the Cardinal are entirely 
silent. Fortunately, however, a portion of his correspon- 
dence, during this period, with the celebrated Abbate de 
Rossi, and the Cavaliere Pezzana, librarian of Parma, has 
been recovered, from which much light may be expected, 
both upon his personal history,' and the nature and order of 
his studies. In one of his letters to De Rossi, for instance, 
he submits to him, for correction and criticism, a com- 
position in twelve languages. These letters, with many 
other documents of interest, will be included in the forth- 
coming biography. 

His conduct during this period was marked by the same 
firm and conscientious adherence to principle which he 
displayed m after life. At the outset of his career, his 
position was an exceedingly difficult one. Slender and pre- 
carious as were his resources, the death of a brother-in-law 
threw upon him the charge of the support and education of 
the children of his sister. The income of the benefice, 
which formed the title under which he was ordained, was 
little more than nominal ; the humble revenue of his pro- 
fessorship was his only fortune; and it required no little 
fortitude on his part to relinquish, at the call of duty, an 
office, the emoluments of which were literally his only re- 
source, whether for his own livelihood or for the maintenance 
of those who were hardly less dear to him. It is difficult to 
conceive the amount of labour which he voluntarily under- 
went in order to make up by his scanty gains, as private 
tator> the income which he had thus relinquished. During 

a "2 



158 MEMOIB OF CARDINAL MEZZOFANTI. 

a part of the time he undertook no less than fifleeii jessobs 
in the day ; and as he pursued his private studies with un- 
abated energy, even in the midst of these harassing occu* 
pations, his allowance of sleep is said to have been reduced^ 
at this period of his life, to ihe almosi incredible term of 
three hours. 

In an ordinary inan, such a course of life could not fail 
tp have extinguished the love of study, if it were oiily 
through the very physical exliaustion which it involved : 
but to Mezzofanti it would seem to liave given an additional 
stimulus. His singular passion for languages, espteiallyi 
continued daily to develop itself; he 8oo^ exhausted the 
opportunities for this particular study afforded fcy his native 
city. During the wars of the devolution, however^ Bologna 
became, from the constant passing and repassing of the 
armies of France, Austria, and Russia, a most admiraUe 
school for the student of languages. The public hospitals, 
tb which Mezzofanti was attached as a volunteer chaplain, 
were constantly crowded with the sick and wounded soldiers 
of all the motley race^ of these empires, among wlxom the 
great Slavic, German, idagyar, and Czechish families are alt 
amply represented. Mezzofanti, J)artly in the discharge of hi^ 
priestly duties, partly, no doubt, also, under the impulse of 
the great passion of his life, applied hims^ to the acquisi- 
tion of every language which came within his reach in his 
attendance on the hospitals. His plan was a very simple 
one; he endeavoured to ascertain a few leading words j.Q 
the new language as a basis of communication ; if the 
stranger who presented himself was able to repeat fironi 
memory the Lord's Prayer, the Creed, the Ten Command*- 
mentS) or any similar formulary^ Mezzo£&nti soon contrived 
to turn even these slight materials to accoimt; he proceeded 
j&om these to the names of the great leading ideas in natu-*- 
ral religion, and of the ordinary objects that occur in every- 
day life. For the acquisition of the inflections of a language 
he appears to have possessed an almost instinctive power; 
and more than one instance is related, in which he actually 
couBtructed from such rude data as could alone be suppliea 
in the sort of communications which we have described, a 
regular and systematic gramxhar of the language thus isa,^ 
parted to him. 



fey Segfe^S, is lils fame eXtend^3, Jiis opportutiifiejl iii^ 
creased. " I'Ke totel-kfe^pers/* lie himself relates, " i^^re 
in the habit of apprising rile of the arriVal of all- kttsaig^ti 
at fidlogna; I liiade hb ^cftiple, whed Any thing t^aai t6 be 
acquired, aboilt calliiig ilpbii them, interrogating them, 
making notes of tU^it commiini(;atiotiS, ^d talking iri^tJnc- 
tiori ife-om tbefii m it^ i>roriun6iatiofl Of theif ffespectivci latii 
giiages. A few learned Je^iiit^ ^nc! sever^ l^dnish, Pot-- 
tugese; aiid Me:iicans, who reiSid^ at Bologna^ affdrded me 
valuable ai^ in leariiiiig both tlie ancl^iit lahgustges and 
those of their own 6oiintrieS. I rhade it A rule to leai*n 
every neV grammar, ^uA hb ^pply" myself to wery itrange 
dictionary which carafe' withili iAy reacH. 1 was constantly 
filling my kead witti new i^ords. Whenevei* any new stran- 
gers, whether of high or low degree, j^atsS^d dirotigh Bologna, 
1 endeavoiired to turn tliein to acdOttnt, using thfe one for 
the purpose of perfecting iiiy pronunciation, ktid the other 
for the purpose oi leaf lilng thd familiar wordsl arid turns of 
expression. I must donfes^, too,** he addi^, *' that it cost meJ 
but little trouble ; for. In addition tb kn excellent meniofy, 
Goi had blessed me with an incredible flexibility of the 
ofgaiis of fiSpeech."* 

It has commonly beeii believed, arid the impression is 6on* 
firmed by the sketches of his biography hitherto published, 
that Mezzofanti had nefver left Bologna until he had passed 
his fortieth yeat, and tkat all hiiS prodi^ous Stores of lan- 
guage were acquired within the cloisters of his native uni- 
versity, ti appears, however, from bhe of the letters already 
referred to, that ili the year 1S6S he viSitfed Modena, i/i^here 
he formed the acquaintance of the' celebiated orientalist, 
efohn Bernard De RosSi, an acqusdritatice whl6h sobri ripened 
into a Sincere and affectionate literary friendship. His re- 
putation as a linguist Was already Veil established in the 
north of Italy. In the collected edition of the work^ of 
Giordani, now lii course 6f j^iiblicatlott at Milan, there are: 
several letters wtich allude' to Mezzc^fattti in terms hardly 
less marvellous than those by which he is described in his 
later career.. (Jridrdani calls him *^ the divine Mezzofanti,*" 
the " man 6f all nations ahd all ^es ;" tod declares that ori6 

* Kanivit, Cs^uiss^ historiqiie tM^ le &afl Me2S^6&it!, ^. 1^8, 



160 XSKOIB OF CABDtlTAL MEZZOFAKTI, 

wonld thint, so extraordinary was the variety of his lan- 
guages and accomplishments^ '^ that he would seem to have 
lived from the beginning of the world/' 

The protracted wars of the period, however, interrupting 
all literary intercourse, Mezzofanti seems as yet to have re- 
mained unknown outside of Italy. But the moment that the 
continent was opened to travellers on the establishment of the 
general peace, he became one of the recognised notabilities 
of his native city. No tourist of any eminence ever passed 
through Bologna without paying a visit to the wonderful 
polyglotist. Pope Pius YIL, on his return to Rome after his 
long captivity, the Emperor of Austria, the crown-prince of 
Prussia, the crown-prince of Sweden, the Grand Duke of 
Tuscany, and other royal tourists, were among the number 
of his visitors, and in most cases they availed themselves of 
the presence in their suite of several individuals of different 
tongues to test the versatility as well as the extent of his 
powers. To professional sight-seers, too, he was one of the 
established lions of Bologna ; and there is hardly one among 
the many tourists from every country of Europe, who visited 
Bologna after this period, that has not reported of him in 
terms which place beyond all doubt his unexampled fami- 
liarity with all the principal languages of the ancient and 
modern world. 

" Signer Mezzofanti of Bologna," writes Mr. Stewart 
Eose, in 1817 (to begin with our own countrymen), " though 
when I saw him he was only thirty-six years old, read 
twenty and spoke eighteen languages. He spoke all these 
fluently, and those of which I could judge, with the most 
extraordinary precision. I had the pleasure of dining with 
him at the house of a Bolognese lady, at whose table a 
Grerman officer declared that he could not have distinguished 
him from a German. He passed the whole of the next day 
with G — and myself, and G — told me he would have taken 
him for an Englishman who had been some time out of 
England. A Smyrniote servant who was with me bore 
equal testimony to his skill in other languages, and declared 
he might have passed for a Greek or Turk in the dominions 
of tlie Grand Seignior. But what surprised me most was 
his accuracy ; for, during long and repeated conversations in 
English, he never once misapplied the sign of a tense, — ^that 



HBMOIB OF OARDINAL KIZZOFANTI. 1 61 

fearful stumbling-block to Scotch and Irish, in whose writ- 
ings there is almost always to be found some abuse of these 
indefinable niceties."* 

Lord Byron, who saw him about the same time, and 
fipeaks of him as one of the few notable men whom he ever 
desired to see twice, calls him " a walking polyglot," " a 
monster of languages, a Briareus of parts of speech." When 
Baron Zach, the astronomer, met him, in 1820, he had the 
reputation of speaking thirty-two languages, living and dead. 
" He accosted me in Hungarian," writes the Baron, " and 
with a compliment so well turned, and in such excellent 
Magyar, that I was taken by surprise, and stupefied. He 
afterwards spoke to me in German, first in good Saxon (the 
Crusca of the German), and afterwards in the Austrian and 
Swabian dialects, with a correctness of accent that amazed 
me to the last degree, and made me burst into a fit of laugh- 
ter at the contrast between the language and appearance 
of this astonishing professor. He spoke English to Captain 
Smyth, Russian and Polish to Prince Volkonski ; not stutter- 
ing and stammering, but with the same volubility as if he 
had been speaking his mother-tongue, the dialect of Bolog- 
na, "f At a dinner at the Cardinal Legate's, at which the 
Baron afterwards met Mezzofanti, he " spoke two additional 
and miich more imcommon languages, Wallachian and the 
Zingari, or gipsy dialect." 

Baron Zach's account having been called into question, 
and represented as overcharged, he reiterated it in a subse- 
quent number of his journal ; and he appealed to the authority 
of his fellow-travellers on the occasion of his visit, for the 
accuracy and fluency with which Mezzofanti had conversed 
with each of them in his respective language — German, 
Hungarian, Slavonic, Wallachian, Russian, Polish, French, 
and English. 

Fame speedily magnified even this reputation, extraor- 
dinary as it must appear. The number of his languages, 
even so early as 1822, was commonly reported to be forty, 
and Lady Morgan, who visited him in that year, put a dis- 
tinct question to him on this point ; he himself, however, 
smiled at this report as an exaggeration, and confessed that 

* Letters from the North of Italy, li. 54. 

t Zaeh*i Correspondance Astronomique, iv. 191-2. 



162 kSMblR OF dABDINAii MEZZOFANtt. 

up to ttat period, altHougn lie had gone ovfet the dutlinfe of 
so piany languages, there were some among them whit^fi h6 
had not prosecuted so as to consider himself master of ihein: 
Lady Morgan bears testimony to the excellence &nd purity 
of his English, which she describes as resembling in toiife of 
phrase, and selection of words, the Spectatoi^ and othet "VirofKd 
of that period of our literature. 

A Danish traveller, M. Molbech, who saw M^izofahti 
in the same year, speaKS in an equally admiring Strain. 
" This learned Italian,*' he says, " is certainly one of the 
world's greatest geniuses in point of languages. I do floi 
know the number he understands, but there is scarft^ly fiiiy 
European dialect, whether Romanic, Scandinavian, or Sla- 
vonic^ that this miraculous polyglottist does not speak. It 
is said, that the total amounts to more than thirty languages, 
and among them is that of the gipsies, which he leal^ned t5 
speak from a gipsy who was quartered with a If uhgariad 
regiment at feologna. 1 foiind a German witti hirri, witfi 
whom he was conversing m fluent and well-sounding Ger- 
man : when we were alone, and I began to speak to hirri lli th^ 
same language^ he interrupted me with a question in Danish, 
* Hoorledes har det behaget dem i Italien ?' (tlow have you 
been pleased Avith Italy?) After this he pursued tte conversa- 
tion in Danish by his own desire almost all the tini^ I Conti- 
nued with him, as this, according to his own polife expre^i6*ti j 
was a pleasure he did not often enjoy; and though he did not 
speak the language, for want of exercise, wiih the saiSie Ai- 
ency and ease as English or German, yet he conversed witii 
almost entire correctness.'* 

The well-known Frenct tourist, Jt. Valefy, coriftrmS 
these extraordinary statements. At the time of his visit 
Mezzofatiti was said to know thirty-two languages incltidifi^ 
dialects. The celebrated Germaa philolpger, I^rofessor Ja- 
cobs visited him a few years later, in lS26. tlis testimony 
is pectiliarly interesting upon two points connected with 
Mezzofanti's wonderful gift, the perfect purity of his German", 
both as to the Selectriess of his vocabulary and the acCUrac^ 
of his pronunciation, in which Jacofcs " could detect hothirig 
foreign but a little north accent," and *^the ease aM readi- 
ness with which In cotiver^ttM h8 fiMhd tttm one laxt^ 
guage to another.** 



HEMOIB OF OABi>IVAii MEZZOFANTI. 163 

The Countess of Blessington, in her " Idler in Italy," 
gives an equally iiileresting account of Mezzofanti'd extraor- 
dinary gift, while she draws a mosi pleasing picture of his 
simple and agreeable manners, the easy courtesy of his ad- 
dress, and the hearty and unaffected good-nature by which 
be was at all times distinguished. In the office of chief- 
librarian, which he held from the year 1815, this good- 
nature was severely tried by the unreasonable tax iipon his 
time which was levied without fecruple by every visitor of 
Bologna. To an occupied ilian no infliction is more painful 
than the intnision of commonplace idlers, whose only busi- 
ness is to squander the time which to him is so precious. 
But no visitor, however tedious or commonplace, could ever 
complain of rudeness, of even of indifference, on the part of 
the Abbate Mezzofanti. Forgetting or suppressing the cha- 
grin with which an ordinary student cannot help watching and 
fretting over each squandered minute as it flies, he preserved 
his equanimity and even his cheerfulness under the most 
tndng circumstances, and it was remarked often by those 
who knew him best, that he possessed the rare gift of never 
seeming to be bored. 

Another spfecies of occupation in which his ready good- 
nature involved him, was the deciphering letters in un- 
known languages, and drawing up the answers. Merchants, 
booksellers, bankers, and sometimes lawyers, had recourse 
to him in their difficulties, and no small portion of the foreign 
correspondence of Bologna passed through his hands* 

In discharging the duties of his office, too, he was most 
laborious and painstaking: the catalogue of the public 
library bears to this day evidences of his industry and of the 
profound bibliographical knowledge, which although, as ap- 
pears from his letters, but scanty and imperfect when he 
enterea upon office, he acquired by unremitting attention 
to the studies which he believed necessary for its due dis- 
charge. 

To his priestly duties, above all, the Abbate Mezzofanti 
was especially devoted. He was assiduous in his attendance 
at the hospital ; he took particular delight in the instruction 
of ciiildren and their preparation for £rst communion ; and 
W88 .regular in the confessiojiai, and especially in hearine tiie 
confessions of foreigners. Instances are recorded in which^ 



164 MEMOIR OF CARDINAL MEZZOFAVTI. 

as has been already described, he was at the pains to learn 
a language for the sole purpose of hearing the confession of 
a single individual. Not unfrequently, too, while the lega- 
tions were occupied by Austrian troops, he preached to the 
soldiers in their native language ; and we have heard of one 
instance at least in which he addressed a Polish regiment 
extempore in Polish, and with most complete success, both 
as regarded language and matter. 

From the date of his appointment as chief-librarian, in 
1815, his circumstances, though far from affluent, were 
comparatively independent. Many tempting offers were 
held out to him, for the purpose of inducing him to leave 
Bologna, and settle in some of the more distinguished cities. 
He had already been invited to Paris by the Emperor Na- 
poleon. He was earnestly, almost commandingly, pressed 
by Pius VII. to take up his residence in Rome ; but in vain. 
Similar offers from Florence and Vienna were equally un- 
successful; and, with exception of a short excursion to Pisa, 
Florence, Leghorn, and Rome, he remained in Bologna in 
the same humble, though honourable position till the year 
1831. 

The political complications of that unhappy period forced 
him very reluctantly into public life. After the suppression 
of the revolutionary movement of the Bolognese, and their 
return to the Papal allegiance, Mezzofanti was one of a 
deputation sent by the city to Rome to offer the expression 
of their repentance and the renewal of their fealty to the 
Holy Father; and, on the termination of his mission, the 
Pope Gregory XVI. expressed so strongly his desire to re- 
tain him at Rome, that Mezzofanti could no longer refuse. 
He resigned his office at Bologna, therefore, and finally took 
up his residence in Rome in 1832. The Pope, who had 
long known and admired him, received him with marked 
favour and distinction, which soon ripened into a warm and 
affectionate friendship. Immediately on his arrival, he was 
appointed prebendary of St. John Lateran, and canon of St. 
Peter's. Soon afterwards he was made rector of the College 
attached to St. Peter's; and on the promotion of Monsignor, 
afterwards Cardinal, Mai, then chief-keeper of the Vatican 
library, to the office of Secretary to the Propaganda, Mezzo- 
fanti was appointed to succeed him in the former office, 



XEMOIB OF (CARDINAL MIIZZOFAKTI. 165 

which he held till his elevation to the Cardinalate in 1840, 
as cardinal- priest of the title of St. Onofrio. 

It might, perhaps, be supposed that a part at least of 
the extraordinary reputation, which he had hitherto enjoyed, 
was the result of his comparatively obscure and insulated 
position in a second-rate provincial university ; but Mezzo- 
fan ti contrived to maintain the same unquestioned pre-emi- 
nence, now that he had been translated to the more extended 
and more trying theatre of Eome. A German scholar, Herr 
Fleck, describes him, soon after his instalment as librarian of 
the Vatican, in terms, which, being, in some respects, less flat- 
tering than those employed by other critics, are less open to 
the suspicion of exaggeration ; " One forenoon in the Vati- 
can," he writes, " Mezzofanti spoke modern Greek to a young 
man who came in, Hebrew with a rabbi or scrittore of 
the library, Eussian with a magnate who passed through the 
manuscript rooms, Latin and German with me, Danish with 
a young Danish archaeologist who was present, English with 
the English, Italian with many.*' And, in describing the 
nature and origin of this accomplishment, he adds, that *^ he 
seeks the society of foreigners very eagerly, in order to con- 
verse with every one in his own language. His predilection 
for acquiring foreign idioms is so great, that he observes and 
imitates the provincial dialects and accents. He has carried 
this so far, that, for example, he can distinguish the Ham- 
burg and Hanoverian German very well; even of Wendish 
he is not ignorant." A Hungarian lady. Mile. Wesselengi, 
who met him in 1841, bears testimony to his Hungarian. 
A Russian traveller, whose visit brings us down to a still 
later period, reports in the same strain of his Russian, and 
adds that he spoke eight languages fluently in his presence. 
On this gentleman^s asking him for a test of the number of 
languages and dialects in which he was able to express him- 
self, Mezzofanti sent him the name of God written with his 
own hand in fifty-six languages, of which thirty were Euro- 
pean, seventeen Asiatic, five African, and four American. 

But the most complete, detailed, and careful account of 
Mezzofanti's gift of languages which has been published by 
any of those who enjoyed his acquaintance in Rome, is that 
given by Herr Guido Gorres, son of the celebrated German 
author of that name, in a sketch published in 1843. '' The 



166 ftEHOIB Oir OARDII^AL HEZZOFAKtI. 

vastness of the range of languages which he has mastered," 
writes Heir Gotfes, " borders closely on the incredible; 
and, what appears hardly less marvellons^ this Bnotmoos store 
has not produced any Babel-like conftislonin his head, but, on 
the contrary, lies completely at his command, so that without 
the least effort, and without any observable interval he 
passes from one realm of langu^gd to anothet. as lightly a6 a 
bird hops from spray to spray. Ite is famih^ with ifll the! 
European languages; and by this "V^e underStandj hot merely 
the old classical tongues and the ^St-class modern ones, that 
is to say, the Greek and Latin, the Italian, Freiich, Spafiish, 
Portugese, German, and English ; — his knowledge fembraces 
also the languages of the secbnd class, viz. the Dutch, thd 
Danish, and Swedish, the whole Siavonic family, the iJussian, 
Polish, Bohemian or Czectish, the Servian, Hungarian, and 
Turkish ; and even those of the thitd. and fourth dass, the 
Irish, Welsh, Albanian, Wallachian, fitilgarifln, atid lllyriafi 
are equally at his command. Even the Komani 6f the Alpsf 
and the Lettish are riot unfamiliar to him; Hay, he has 
made himself acquainted with the Lappish, the language of 
the wretched nomadic tribes of Lapland. Passing along to' 
Asia, it is true he does riot claim acquaintance i^iih all the 
dialects of this vast region, but nevertheless, even here, ther^ 
is hardly one of the more prominent languages, especialljr 
those which fall within the circle of Europfedn intercourse, 
that has escaped his grasp. Thus he is master of all the 
languages which aire classed under the Indo-Grerriianic fa- 
mily, the Sanscrit and Persian, the Koordish, the Georgian, 
the Armenian ; he is familiar with all the meifibef 6 of the 
Semitic family, tte Hebrew, Arabic, SyriacJ, iSamarit&ri, 
Chaldee, Sabaic, and even the Chinese, whict ie riot only 
reads but speaks. As regards Africa and it6 Hamitic faces, 
the recent revival of intercourse with that countly, arid esf)e- 
cially with Egypt and Abyssinia, have f^cilitstted the exten- 
sion of his acquaintance with its languages. He knows the 
Coptic, Ethiopic, Abyssinian, Amharic, and Arigolese.*'* 

One of his best facilities of study, during his residence 
in Rome, was the opportunity which he there etijd^ed of 
constant intercourse with the pupils of the SveiU-kriolirri Col-' 

* tiistorisch-Politische, Slitter, 1S45, pp. 279-SO. 



itEttoiB Of oa&dinAl hszzofanti. 167 

lege bf the Propagatida. Se was a frequent and industrious 
visitor of this institution, which comprises students of almost 
erety known facef and tongue ; and he was especially cateful 
to ttim to accoulit the assistance of every new -comer, with 
whose natit^ tongue he "W^ still unacquainted or unfamiliar. 
In this way, ^t a very late period of his life, he learned the 
Cingalese, the Amnarifia, the Californian language, the 
" impossible" fiasque, and even the Chinese — the latter in 
such perfection as to be able tb preach to the Chinese stu- 
detits of the Propaganda. 

Such were the popidai" accounts of this extraordinary 
lingttist which prevailed during hig lifetime ; and, although 
it is impossible not to adtnit some allowance for tlie exag- 
geration inevitable iii a subject so full of marvel, yet, when 
it is remeinbeired how frequently and how severely Cardinal 
Mezzofknti'S powers Wete tested, esplecially during his resi- 
dence in Roihdj it Will be seen that the deduction to be made 
f1:om his fatne u^oh thid score is not so considerable as might 
at first sight appear. . It is clear, of course, that the great 
danger of over-estimate, in all siich cases, lies in the diffi- 
culty of applying any satisfactory test of the real powers of 
a linguist, at least when oface we pass the limits of a cer- 
tain circle of the more familiar and more accessible lan- 
guages. Thus, in the case of Mezzofanti, very many of the 
lariguages ascribed to him would seem to be of a class of 
which, imder ordinary circumstances, no sample could ever 
be met in Europe, or, indeed, anywhere, except in the na- 
tive haunts of the rude tribes by which they are spoken. 
But, on the other hand, when the peculiar position which he 
occupiied ifi Roinfe is takefl into consideration, it will be seen 
that there stfe very feW languages indeed, in which an op- 
portunity of trial did not present itself at some period or 
other of his career ; Vefy few, We might aver, in which his 
knowledge waS not fully atd fairly tested on repeated occa- 
sioiis by foreign visitoirs^t Koine (each of whom could speak 
to the Cardinal*s familiarity with his own language), by 
philologers wh6 made these languages the study of their lives, 
and, above all, by the students of the College of the Propa- 
ganda, bi* priests returned from its many-tongued missions. 

The College of the Propaganda, indeed, was the great 
theatre of the display of the Cardinal's marvellous accom- 



163 MEMOIR OF CARDINAL MEZZOFANTI. 

plishments. His visits to this institution for years formed 
his chief recreation ; and his simplicity, affability, cheerful- 
ness, piety, and genuine kindheartedness, made him the idol 
of the students. He paid them a daily visit, in siunmer 
for an hour, in winter for an hour and a half; partly direc- 
ting and superintending their own linguistic studies, partly for 
the sake of practice for himself in their respective languages, 
partly as an innocent and profitable relaxation. In several in- 
stances it occurred that youths who had arrived at the Pro- 
paganda ignorant of the language of their own country, 
acquired it during their course from the lectures and con- 
versation of the Cardinal. In some cases, too, still more 
extraordinary, of pupils, who on their arrival were entirely 
ignorant of every language but their own (and that a lan- 
guage with which the Cardinal had no previous acquain- 
tance), he contrived by degrees to acquire from themselves 
the rudiments of their own language ; and, by that wonder- 
ful command of the analogies of language which he possessed, 
to reduce it to a grammatical system, in which he became 
in turn the instructor of his preceptors. 

In order to form an adequate idea of his powers as a 
linguist, and especially of the readiness and elegance with 
which he flew in conversation from one language to another, 
even the most dissimilar in form and the most irreconcilable 
in structural characteristics, it would be necessary to see 
Cardinal Mezzofanti in the midst of a group of his favourite 
Propaganda pupils in all the unrestrained ease of their hour 
of college recreation. Foreign visitors of Rome had a more 
formal opportunity of witnessing the same wonderful per- 
formance on occasion of the well-known annual academy of 
the Propaganda during the octave of the Epiphany, in which 
short appropriate pieces in prose and verse are delivered by 
the students in all the various languages at that time repre- 
sented in the community, sometimes to the number of ^fiy 
or sixty. Many of these compositions were from the pen of 
the Cardinal : many more underwent at least a revision at 
his hands ; and, at the close of the exhibition, it was a com- 
mon sight to see him surrounded by a group of speakers of 
the most opposite languages, turning from one to the other 
with the quickness of thought, and replying to all with such 
incredible rapidity, that he might seem, if it were possible, 



MSXOIB OF CABDU7AL MEZZOFAHTI. 169 

to speak the languages of several simultaneously, and by the 
very same action, not alone of the mind, but even of the 
lips. 

Considerable diversity of statement has prevailed as to 
the precise number of languages which may be ascribed to 
this prodigious polyglottist. The published accounts which 
have been cited in tiiis memoir vary very much in this re- 
gard. The memoirs which have appeared since his de- 
cease, though differing widely from one another, are more 
precise as to the number of languages which they ascribe 
to him. The memoir printed by Signer Stoltz gives a 
detailed list of fifty-eight languages, all of which he asserts 
to have been spoken by the Cardinal. A memoir published 
anonymously in the Civilta Cattolica gives the still more 
astonishing total of seventy-eight as the number of his lan- 
guages, and rests this statement on a conversation which 
the writer had with the Cardinal in the year 1846. 

These statements, however, although precise enough as 
regards the number of languages with which Cardinal Mez- 
zofanti was acquainted, leave a wide field of inquiry still 
open as to the degree of his familiarity with each among 
the number. Unfortunately he himself never appears to 
have drawn up, what he alone could have done with preci- 
sion, any exact report as to the extent of his knowledge of 
each particular language, similar to the memorandum lefb 
behind by Sir W. Jones, and published by Lord Teignmouth 
in his life of that distinguished linguist. M. Manavit, the 
author of the French memoir of the Cardinal, urged upon 
him the propriety of drawing up such a statement j but he 
does not appear to have carried out the intention. 

In the absence of such a statement from the Cardinal 
himself, the precise degree of his familiarity with each of 
the several languages in particular can only be ascertained 
by the reports of natives of each language who had enjoyed 
the opportimity of conversing with him in their respective lan- 
guages, and of testing by actual trial the extent and exact- 
ness of his knowledge of each. The narratives already 
published regarding him supply many data for such an es- 
timate ; but much more may be hoped from a more extended 
and systematic inquiry, which has been recently instituted, 
and which has been addressed to natiyes of ahnost ey^ race 



170 KXyplll^ 0? QAJLHUfAh mZZpfAl^TI. 

and CTCfy toagi^e, not only w ^QP^i Yenicp, Pari^, Viennf^, 
and all the pt})er great centres of language) but to missionaries 
in the remote East, once students in the Propaganda, and to 
eminent philologers, Catholic food P?x)testant, in eyery coun- 
try in Europe, who had bad the advantage of Me^zofanti's 
acquaintance, whe^er in ^ologna or in Kome. Even now, 
however, ij; m^y be prppounped with pertainty, ^ the 
result of this collative testimony has been but to establish 
more firmly the reputation pf the great linguist. In all 
the learned languages without exception ; in aU the languages 
of Europe — ^ftot only the Jewing ones, but even the second- 
class languages — and very many provincial dialects | in all 
the languages of the Hebrew family, Chaldee, SyriaQ, Ara^^ic, 
Persian, l^arkish, Coptic, Ethiopian, and Abyssinian ; in the 
leading members of the Sanscrit family ; in the great stum- 
bling-block of former linguists, the Cninese, together with 
its leading derivative tongues; in wany of the languages of 
both continents of America, ^nd pyen in some of those of 
the southern Archippl^go^ be is proved to bftY© spoken with 
a fluency ^nd Qop-pctness wbicfi feyf foreigners have ever 
attained }n any pf them^ except j^y the dmost exclusive 
study for life. 

Pardinal Mezzo^ti exyoyed in ^ hig h ^^g fcg the cou- 
fidence and friendship qf Pope Gregory XYI, ^e w^s a 
member of aU the most important congregations of tbp Sacred 
College — of that qf th^ Propaganda, pf the Ind§^, of Bi^es, 
pf Studies, and of tbe Examination of Bishops. Hg was, 
moreover, officii visitor of sever^ of tb§ bpspiials, and tbe 
other charitable institutions in which Rome abounds, — ft 
charge for ^hich his early tastes and th(5 natur^ benevo- 
lence of his disposition eminently fitted him. 

Under his present |Ioliness he continued tp e^^oy (he 
same favour ; and perspn^ly hie ivas most ^ffefBtionately at- 
tached to the Holy Father. I>nring the troubled wonths that 
preceded the Pope's withdrawal frpni ^pine in 184i3-9, his 
health suffered ^eyerely from tiie anjppty and ^l^na inse- 
parable from such events; and, from the time of die flight of 
the Holy Father, he beg^ rapidly tp sink. In February 
1849 he ufas attacked by pleurisy} wdt though the ^cute 
symptoms wefe relievedi it was sucpeeaed by Ipyr gastric 
fever, whiol^ sppi^ ?"§4\W®^ ^ §}J^epg^ beyond the frppe of 



ii^QYOT. Hjig Qj^^, || ipe^ t^y be s^4? Vffi sueh ^9 
Wfew wTP }^ ^ifiip^led fpQm sucfe ^nt«cede^ts,— hglv, 
9aS», Taliped, aiid eyeo cheerm^ Hfj himsj^lf ^ed th^ 
d^y ^d nppr ^of JiJ^ jeceiyin^ the lft3t s^rameutjs, ^ii4 
nj^i^ all J^ja prep^a^oif ibr deatb witji the humble cppfidjence 
of a Chpw^'i- pe reigned to the ye?:y last the full usp pf 
^ hi? ftujultiies: ^fjd, still, to his J^tegtsigbjhreathiug ^ci^ 
of penitence ana love, he expired at midnight, March 15, 
}d49^ ij> the 7^tb y^ar pf bis ay^e. Jt j? no .eqpyocai tri- 
l^ute to the ^mij^blf nes3 of his mani^^r^ ai)d the bUmelesspes§ 
of his life^ that .evefl the reyolutippary gpyerpmept, tp lybjch 
his liostility was open and undisguised, offered tp his family 
the honours of a public funeral ; an offer, however, whicn 
was unhesitatingly declined. 

As an author, Cardinal Mezzofanti is almost entirely 
pinknoiyn. He occasionally composed essays for various 
learned societies of which he was a mepiber, but only one 
of these, a panegyric of one of his first prof iessors at Bologna, 
has ever been published. His attainments, nevertheless, 
both in literature and in science were highly respectable. 
Although not a professed philologist, he was familiar with 
the works of all the best modem writers, German, French, 
and English, in this science. He was well acquainted with 
literary history and bibliography. In his youth he had 
cultivated botany ; he enjoyed while at Bologna the repu- 
tation of a clever mathematician ; and, late in life, M. Libri 
foiuid him conversant not only with the language of the 
Bija Gannita, or Hindoo algebra, but with all the details 
of algebraic science as cultivated by the Hindoos, as well 
as with the most obscure details of Indian literature, his- 
tory, chronology, and antiquities. Many of the scholars 
of other countries render the same testimony as to their own 
history and literature. In strictly professional learning his 
reputation was considerable at Rome. He was a skilful 
canonist and a well-informed theologian, and his preaching, 
though not eloquent, was extremely solid and impressive. 
His general character was most estimable. He was cour- 
teous and good-natured to all. His charities were liberal 
almost to prodigality, and won for him the title of Monsig- 
nor Limosiniere (My Lord Almoner); while his personal 
habits, even after his elevation to the cardinalate, were 



1 72 MXMOIB OF CAKDIITAL MEZZOFANTI. 

simple and unassuming ijj the highest degree. Above all, 
his modesty, simplicity, and profound humility constituted 
the great charm of his character; his extraordinary gifts 
borrowed additional lustre from his own apparent uncon- 
sciousness of their extent, and his lowly estimate of their 
Talue ; and his tender and imaffected piety supplied all 
that was wanting to complete the character of the true 
Christian scholar. 

He is buried in the church from which he drew his 
title, — that of St. Onofrio; already an object of deep inte- 
rest for every literary pilgrim, as the resting-place of Tor- 
quato Tasso. 



N.B. Cardinal Mezzofanti died at Rom4, not at Boral, as signified 
at the bottom of the engraved portrait, — an error which was discovered 
too late to be corrected in the proper place. — Ed. C D, 



173 



THE POPE AND THE SACRED COLLEGE. 



HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS IX. 
(Giovanni Maria Mabtai Ferretti), 

Bom in Sinigaglia, 13th May 1792 ; reserved in petto 23d December 
1839 ; published Cardinal Priest, by the title of SS. Peter and Mar- 
cellinus, 14th December 1840; elected Pope 16th June 1846, 
and crowned 21st of same month and year. 

Hon. andVery Rev. Monsionor Talbot, Private Chamberlain to 
his Holiness, 



THE SACRED COLLEGE. 

THE CARDINAL BI8HOP8 OF THE HOLY ROMAN CHURCH. 

Born Created 

1. M AccHi, Vincent, bom at Capo di Monte, Aug. 31, 1770 1826 

Bishop of Ostia and Yelletri, Dean of the 
Sacred College, Legate Apostolic of the 
town and province of "Yelletri, Secretary 
of the Pontifical Briefs, and Grand-Chan- 
cellor of the Pontifical Orders. 

2. Mattei, Marius, bom at Pergola, Bi- Sept 6, 17&2 1832 

shop of Porto and Santa Rufina, Sub- 
Dean of the Sacred College, Prefect of 
the tribunal of the Segnatura, and Arch- 
priest of the Patriarchal Basilica of the 
Vatican. 

3. Patrizi, Constantine, bora at Sienna, Sept. 4, 1798 1834 

Bishop of Albano, Arch-prieat of the 
Patriarchal Liberlan Basilica, Vicar- Ge- 
neral of his Holiness, and Prefect of the 
Sacred Congregation of Rites, and of the 
Sacred Congregation of the residence of 
Bishops. 

4. Amat, Louis, bom at Cagliari, Bishop June 21, 1796 1837 
of Palestrina, Vice-Chancellor of Holy 

Church, Sommista of the Letters- Aposto- 
lic, and Commendatory Abbot of S. Lo- 
renzo in Damaso. 

6, Ferretti, Gabriel, born at Ancona, Jan. 31, 1798 1839 
Bishop of Sabina, Grand Penitentiary, 
Perpetual Abbot of Sta. Maria di Farfa, 
Commendatory Abbot, and Ordinary of 
SS. Vincenzo and Anastasio alle tre Fon- 
tane. 

6. Caoiano, Anthony, bom in the diocese Dec. 14, 1707 1844 
of Aquiro, Bishop of Frascati, and Prefect 
of the Sacred Congregation of the Council. 

H 



174 LIST OF THB CAftD|NAL PRIESTS 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 
OF THB CARDINAL PRIESTS OF THE HOLT ROMAN CHURCH. 

Born Created 

Altieri, Louis, born at Rome, Secretary of July 17, 1805 1845 

the Memorials to his Holiness, created 

Cardinal by the tide of SamU Httia del 

Portico. 
Andrea, Jerome de, bom at N^ple^ Pre« April 12, 1812 1852 

feet of tbe Sacred Congregatipn of the 

Index, and Commendatory Abbot apd Or* 

dinary of SS. Benedict and Scholastica, 

at Subiaco, created Cardinal by the title 

<yf Bt. Agfsese Aiorf le More. 
Anoelis, Philip de, bom at Ascoli, Arch- April 16, 17M 1889 

bishop and Prince of Ferm6, created Car- 
dinal by the title of San Bernardo alle 

Terme Diocleziane; 
AsQuiNi, Fa»iu« MAf^T, bom at Fagagna, A^g, 14, 1302 1845 

Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of 

Indulgepces and Sacred Relics, cwated 

Cardinal by the title of S, StUfaj^o al 

Monte Celio. 
Baluffi, Cajetan, bom at Ancona. A^- V^, U&, 1789 1846 

bishop of Imola, and created Cardinal by 

the title of SS. Peter and Marcellix^u. 
Barberini, Benedict, bon) at Rome, Arch'^ Oct. 93, 1788 ]8$6 

priest of the Lateran Baulica, and cr^at^ 

Cardinal by the title of Santa Mari4 ia 

Trastevere. 
BiANCHi, Ambrose, bom at Cremoaa, era* Oct, 17« 1771 1839 

ated Cardinal by the title of SS. Andrea 

and Gregorio at Monte Celio. 
Bonald, Louis de, bom at Milhaud, Arab- OqU 30, 1787 1841 

bishop of Lyons, and created Cardinal 

by the title of the Santissima Trisiita al 

Monte Pincio. , 

Bonnel y Orbe, John, bom atPinos, Arch- Mar. 17i 178d 1850 

bishop of Toledo, created Cardinal by the 

title of Santa Maria delU Pace. 
Bbunelli, John, bom at Rome, Pr^e^t Jose 23, 17A5 1853 

of the Sacred Congregation of Studies, and 

created Cardinal by the title of S. Cecilia* 
Carafa, Dominic, bom at Naples, Arch- July 12, 1805 1844 

bishop of Benevisnto, and cveated Cardinal 

by the title of S. Maria degU Asgeli. 
Carvalho, William Heme? »s, bom at Feb. IQ, I7ft2 1146 

Coimbra, Patriarch of Xasbon* eveated • 

Cardinal by the title of Sant« Maria <opani 

Minerva. 
Glarelli, Kioholab, bom at Rieti, and April Ifi, 1700 1844 

created Cardinal by tbo title of S, Pietro 

in Vincoli. 



OF ^^^ Hoi^y aom ah dbvikis. 170 

Born Created 

GoRfli, CoiMus, boHi dt Fi(^eao0» Arolif June 10, 1798 1842 

bishop of Pisa, and or^ateil Qudinfd hy 

the title of SS. Giovanni e Paolo, 
CosBNZA> JosBPH, bom a^ N4plQ»> AvcHt Fdb« 20, 1788 1850 

bishop of Capua, and created Cardinal by 

the title of S. Maria in Trasponiina- 
DoNNET, Ferdinand, bom at Boung-Arfrwit Nov* 16, 1701 1852 

tal, Archbishop of Boyird^aux, and oreated 

Cardinal by the title of S. Maria in Via. 
DufiQNT, Jahes, bom i^ Ygletias, Arch^ Fth. 2, 171HI 1847 

bishop of Bourges, axkd ere^t^d C^rdinid 

by the title of S. Maria del Popola* 
FALooNiEiii-MELMVi,CHUiii«iH¥o,b«miit Si^t 17, 1784 1888 
Kome, Archbishop and Prinoe of H«venDm 
created Cardinal by the title of Saq Marcelk). 
FiESCHi, Adrian, bom at Genoa, created Mar. 7, 1788 1838 

Cardiii4l l>y ^h^ title ofDe^of^oi^, Marift 

ad Martyres, and Cardinal Priest in 1 8^4, by 

the title of S. Maria 4eU» Vittpm, Grand 

Prior in Roiqe of the Sacred aod Military 

Order of the Knights of M<^tA« 
Figueredo, Peter de, l)pi» at Faveir^), June 18, 1770 1850 

Archbishop sf ^raga. 
Fransoni, James Phiup, bora at Genoa, Dm. Ifl, 177^ 1826 

Prefect of Propaganda, and firft. Cardinal 

Priest by the title of S. LerenzQ in l/ucioa. 
Geissel, John, bom at Gi^ipineldingeiiy Feb. 4, 179^6 1850 

Archbishop of Cologqe. 
Genoa, Gabriel della, bom at Assisi, Dec. 4, 1801 1836 

Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of 

Bishops and Regulars, created Cardinal 

by the title of S. Girolamo degli SehlaroDi# 
GoussETy Thomas, bom at MojitigDy-les* May 1, 1792 1850 

Cherlieux, Archbishop of Rheims, and 

created Cardinal by the tit^ of S. Calixtut. 
LucciARDi, Dominic, bora at iSaivana, Bio Dee. 6, 1796 1852 

shop of Sinigaglia, and Commendatorir 

Abbot of SS. Pastor and Damian, created 

Cardinal by the title of S, Clemefttt* 
Mathieu, James, born at PAril, Arehv Jan. BO, 17^ 1850 

bishop of Besan9on, and created X^ardinal 

by the title qf S. Silv9P^o i« Qapite* 
MoincHiNi, CHAft;«Ks Loyis^jboisiatRpn)^ N/^, 91j 180^ IH^ 

Archbishop of Jesi, and (if ^^4 C^rjinal 

by the title of S. Ono{f-io. 
MoRLOT, Francis-Nici^o;,AH, bom t^ t^' J^W* l®» -^ W 1*^^ 

gres, Archbishop of ,X(>urtu< and preat^e^ . 

Cardinal by the title of SS. i(9^ereus and 

AchUlana. 
Pecci, Joachim, bom at Q^p^n^^, Sisliop M^* 9* 1810 1853 

of Perugia, and created Cf ^dinal fay tho 

title of S . Grisogono. 



176 LIST OF THE CARDINAL DEACONS. 

Born Created 

PiANETTiy Gaspare, bom at Jesi, Bishop Feb. 7, 1780 1889 

of Viterbo and Toscanella, and created 

Cardinal by the title of S. Sisto. 
PiccoLOMiNi, James, bom at Sienna, created July 3 1 , 1 795 1 845 

Cardinal by the title of S. Marco. 
Recanati, Oiusto, of the ofder of Minor Aug. 9, 1789 1853 

Capuchins, bora at Camerino, and created 

Cardinal by the title of the SS. XII. 

Apostoli. 
Riario-Sforza, Sixtus, bom at Naples, Bee. 5, 1810 1846 

Archbishop of Naples, and created Car- 
dinal by the title of S. Sabina. 
SciTousKi, John, bom at Bela, Archbishop Not, 1, 1785 1863 

of Gran and Primate of Hungary, created 

Cardinal by the title of Santa Croce in 

Gemsalemme. 
ScHWARTZENBERo, FREDERICK, bom at Vi- April 6, 1809 1842 

enna, Prince- Archbishop of Prague, and 

created Cardinal by the title of S. Augustin. 
SoGLiA, John, bora at Casola Valseni, Bi- Oct. 11, 1779 1839 

shop of Osimo, and created Cardinal by 

the title of the Santi Quattro Coronati. 
Stercrx, Enoelbert, bora at Ophem, Arch- Nov. 2, 1 792 1 838 

bishop of Mechlin, and created Cardinal 

by the title of S. Bartolomeo nell' Isola. 
TosTi, Anthony, bora at Rome, Visitor- Oct 4, 1776 1839 

Apostolic of the Hospital of St. Michael, 

and created Cardinal by the title of S. Pietro 

in Montorio. 
Vannicelli-Casoni, Louis, bora at Ameb'a, April 16, 1801 1842 

Archbishop of Ferrara, and created Car- 
dinal by the title of S. Prassede. 
Viale-PrelA, Michael, bom at Bastia, Sept. 22, 1799 1853 

Archbishop of Bologna. 
Villadicani, Francis of Paul, bora at Feb. 22, 1780 1843 

Messina, Archbishop of Messina, and 

created Cardinal by the title of S. Alessio. 
Wiseman, Nicholas, bora at Seyille, Arch- Aug. 2, 1802 1850 

bishop of Westminster, and created Car- 
dinal by the title of S. Pudentiana. 

CARDINAL DEACONS OF THE HOLY ROMAN CHURCH. 

Antonelli, James, bom at Sonnino, Se- April 2, 1806 1847 

cretary of State to his Holiness, Prefect 

of the Sacred Palaces, President of the 

Cfouncil of Ministers and of the Council 

of State, and created Cardinal by the title . 

of Deacon of S. Agata alia Suburra. 
BoFONDi, Joseph, bom at Forli, President Oct. 24, 1795 1847 

of the Holy Congregation of tiie Census, 

and created Cardinal by the title of Dea- 

oon of S. Cesareo. 



CARDINALS DECEASED. 177 

Born Created 

C ATERiN I, Prosper, born at Onano, created Oct. 15, 1795 1853 

Cardinal by the title of Deacon of S. 

Maria della Scala. 
Ci AccHi, Louis, bom at Pesaro, created Car^ Aug. 16, 1788 1838 

dinal by the title of Deacon of S. Angelo 

in Pescheria. 
Gazzoli, Louis, bom atTerai, created Car- Mar. 18, 1784 1832 

dinal by the title of Deacon of S . Eustachio. 
Marini, Peter, bom at Rome, Prefect of Oct. 5, 1794 1846 

the Economy of Propaganda, and Presi- 
dent of the Reverenda Camera dei Spogli, 

created Cardinal by the title of Deacon of 

S. Nicola in Carcere. 
Kiario-Sforza, Thomas, bom at Naples, Jan. 8, 1782 1823 

Camerlergo of the Holy Roman Church, 

Arch- Chancellor of the Roman Univer- 
sity, and first Cardinal Deacon by the title 

of Santa Maria in Via Lata. 
RoBERTi, Robert, bom at St. Giusto, Presi- Dec. 23, 1788 1850 

dent of Roma and Comarca, created Car- 
dinal by the title of Deacon of Santa Maria 

in Domnica. 
Santucci, Vincent, born at Gorga, created Feb, 18, 1796 1853 

Cardinal by . the title of Deacon of S. 

Maria ad Martyres. 
Savelli, Dominic, bom at Castello di Spe- Sept 15, 1792 1853 

loncato (Corsica), President of the Con- 

Bulta di State, and created Cardinal by the 

title of Deacon of S. Maria in Aguiro. 
Ugolini, Joseph, bom at Macerata, created Jan. 6, 1783 1838 

Cardinal by the title of Deacon of S. Adri- 

ano al Foro Romano. 



CARDINALS WHO HAVE DIED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF LAST YEAR'S DIRECTORY. 

His Eminence Cardinal Laurence Simonetti, born at Rome, May 

27, 1789, created Cardinal July 22, 1844, was Secretary of the 

Memorials to- his Holiness ; died at Rome, Jan. 9, 1855. 
His Eminence Cardinal Judas Romo, bom at Carixar (Spain), Jan. 9, 

1779, created Cardinal Sept 30, 1850, was Archbishop of Seville ; 

died at Seville, Jan. 15, 1855. 
His Eminence Cardinal Joseph Pecci, bom at Gubbio, April 13, 

1776, created Cardinal Sept 30, 1850, was Bishop of Gubbio; died 

at Gubbio, Jan. 21, 1855. 
His Eminence Cardinal John Serafini, bom at Magliano, Oct 15, 

1786, created Cardinal Deacon Feb. 12, 1843 ; died at Rome, 

Jan. 81, 1855. 
His Eminence Cardinal Charles Oppizzoni, bom at Milan, April 

15, 1769, created Cardinal March 26, 1804; was Archbishop of 

Bologna, and first Cardinal Priest by the title of S. Lorenzo in 

Lucino ; died at Bologna, April 14, 1855. 



178 CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOFS OF IRELAND. 

CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS OF 

IRELAND. 



ULSTER* 

Most Rev. Joseph Dixon . . Armagh . . . Armagh 21 KdV. 1S52 

Right Rev. J. M'Laughlin Derry Deny 16 July 1837 

Francis Kelly, Coadj 21 Oct 1849 

James Browne. . Kilmore . . . Cavan 10 June 1825 

Pat. M'Gettigan Raphoe .... Letterkenny . . 17 Sept 1820 

John Itilduff . . Ardagh .... Ballymahon . . 1853 

John Cantwell. . Meath Mullingar .... ^1 Sfept. 1830 

Michael Blake. . Dromore . . Newry l7 Mar. 1833 

Leahy, Coadj. : . 1 Oct 1854 

Corn. Denvir. . i ^?^ "*^ \ Belfast 22 Nov. 1S39 

\ Connor J 

C. M'Nally .... Clogher . . . Monaghan ... 6 Nov. 1843 

LEINSTER. 

Most Rev. P. Cullen, Abp. Dublin «... DnhUn ..*... 24 Feb. 1850 

Rt Rev. Milesius Murphy Ferns Enniscofthy » * 10 Mitf. 1850 

{Kildare &\ r\ i 
LeighUn ;^a"o^ •'•••• 
Edw. E. Walsh Os8ory» . ♦ . . Kilkenny . 4 * » 26 July 1846 

MUNSTER. 

Most Rev. M. Slattery, Abp. Cashell .... Thurlcs ..»;«. 24 Feb. 1834 

Right Rev. Wm. Delany . . Cork Cork 15 Aug. 1 847 

. Cornel. Egan . . Kerry ..... Killamey . . . . 25 July 1824 

— — . Moriarty* Bishop of Antigona, Coa^j. .. 25 April 1854 

John Ryan .... Limerick . . Limerick .... 11 Dec. 1825 



-*K»^ikba* 



— D. Vaughan .... Killaloe. . . . Nenkgh 8 June 1851 

I>^ O'Brien {^^^f^}yf.U^,i... 

Timot Murphy. Cloyne .... teniioy 18 Sept 1849 

Wtti. Keane RdsS Ross 2 Feb. 1851 

(iONN AUGHT. 

Most Rev. J. M'Hale, Abp. Tuam Tuam *..«*•• 18 June 1825 

Rt ReV. -^4 DjuUn . « . . Aehoury . .>. Ballyhadareen. 30 Nov. 1852 

Patrick Fallon | ^'^KUfenofa } ^^""^"^ ... 1 May 1853 

— ^^ — - 0. J. Browne < » Elphih Athlotte » « . . i 33 Oct, 1881 

T. Feeny .;..»* KillaU. i . . . IkllKna 13 Oc«. 1839 

''■ . ' ' Oftlway .... Oalway . . . . n 

— John Deny .... Clonfert * ♦ . LouffhreA t . # . 31 Sept 1847 



CA7H9LI0 B1IHOF0 ASD VIO ASS' AfOSf OLIO. 179 



CATHOLIC BISHOPS AND VICARS-APOSTOLIC IN THE 
BRITISH COLONIES AND POSSESSIONS. 

EUROi>E. 

Most Rey. Archbishop of Corfu. 

Right Rer. Henay Huaiuss, Bishop of £liopoUt» V.A. of Gibraltar. 

Samt, Bishop of Malta, 

...-^.. A«NAZEO Lastabia, Bisbop of Zaalc an4 Cephalonia. 



AdIA. 

Most Rev. Patrick J. CabsWi Arohbisbop of Edessa, V.A. of Western 
Bengal. 

Right Rev. Thomas Otifpe, Bishop of Milne, Coadjutor and V.A. of 
East Bengal. 

Cajetan Carli, Bishop 6{ Almlra, V.A. of Thibet and 

Hindostan. 

— 2iJBBER, Vicar Apostolic of Patna, and Adminis- 
trator-Apostolic of the Northerly Vicariate of Bombay. 

F. Lawrence, Coadjutor. 

Daniel Murphy, Bishop of Philadelphia, V.A. of Hy- 
derabad. 
■ ' ■ *■ John Pen hilly, Bishop of Cattoria, V«A. of Madras. 

ANA8TAsiu%HAEtHAN, Bishop of Dcrbe, and Adminis- 
trator-Apostolic d the Sontbern Vicariate of Bomtey* ' 

• Alexius Canoz, Bishop of Tamas, V.A. of Madura. 

Pre Bernardin, of St. Agnes, pro- V.A. Of Mangalore. 

Theoph. S. Neyret, V.A. of Vizagapatam. 

Gaetano Antonio, Bishop of Usula, V.A. of the Southern 

J^iyision of Ceylon. 

Joseph Mary Bravi, O.S.B.9 Bishop of Tipasa, Coad- 

jator.and Successor. 

^ HoRAtio BBttACHiNT^ Bishop of Zorona^ T.A« of the 

Northern Dirision of Ceylon. 
30M Ba^ist Bokcho, V.A; of the Miilajttl' l^^ninsfok. ' 



i«M*«*Ji«taMiib 



AFRICA. 

Right Rot. P. R. Grifyith, Bishop of PaleopoHtano, V.A. of the 
Weftent Province, Cape of Good Hope. 

— Vacant V.A. of the East Province, Cape of Good Hope. 

iii. William Bsrkard Allbm Collier, O.6.B., Bishop of 
PoH Lottis» Manritins* 



180 CATHOLIC BI8HOP8 AND VICARS-APOSTOLIC. 



BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 

Most Rev. Peter Flavien Turgeon, Archbishop of Quebec 
Right Rev. Charles F. Baillargeon, Bishop of Tloa, Coadjutor. 

Ignatius Bourobt, Bishop of Montreal. 

Joseph La Roaup, Bishop of Cjdonia, Coadjutor. 

Thomas Cook, Bishop of Three Rivers. 

John Charles Prince, Bishop of St. Hyacinthe. 

■ Joseph Euoenius Bruno Guiones, Bishop of Bytown. 
Rbmioius Gaulin, Bishop of Kingston (retired). 

■ Patrick Phblan, Bishop of Carrhse, Coadjutor and Ad- 
ministrator of Kingston. 

— — — Amand F. M. Comte de Charbonnell, Bishop of To- 
ronto. 

Alexander TACBE,.Bi8hop of St Boniface, Red River. 

province of HALIFAX. 

Most Rev. William Walsh, Archbishop of Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
"Right Rev. T. L. Connolly, Bishop of Frederickton, New Brunswick. 

B. Donald McDonald, Bishop of Charlotte Town, Prince 

Edward's Island. 

Colin McKinnon, Bishop of Arichat, Cape Breton. 

■ John Thomas Mullock, O.S.F., Bishop of St. John's, 

Newfoundland. 

WEST indies. 

Most Rev. Vincent Spaccapistra, Archbishop of Port of Spain. 

See of Roseau vacant. ^ 
Right Rev. T. Htnes, O.S.D., Bishop of Leros, V.A. of British 

Guiana. 
— — .Do Peyron, V.A. of Jamaica. 



OCEANIA. 

Most Rev. John Bede Folding, O.S.B., Archbishop of Sydney. 

Whose Suffragans are. 

Right Rev. Francis Murpht, Bishop of Adelaide, Southern Australia* 

J. M. B. Serra, O.S.B., Bishop of Perth, Western Aus- 
tralia. 

James M. B. Goold, O.S.A., Bishop of Melbourne. 

■ Rosendo Salvado, O.S.B., Bishop of Port Victoria, who 

resides ad interim in the mission of New Nursia, Diocese 
of Perth, and 

R. W. Willson, Bishop of Hobarton, Van Diemen's 

Land. 

PoMPALLiBR, Bishop of Audcland, New Zealand. 

ViARD, Bishop of Port Nicholson, ditto. 



LIST OF AMERICAN ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS, 181 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE ARCHBISHOPS AND 
BISHOPS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Mt. Rev. Alemany, Joseph 8. .... . Ban Francisco, California. 

Rt. Rev. Amat, Thaddeus Monterey, California. 

— Baraga, Frederick SauU St Mary's, Michigan. 

— Bayley, James R Newark, New Jersey. 

Mt. Rev. Blanc, Anthony New Orleans, Louisiana. 

— • Blanchet, Francis N Oregon city, Oregon. 

Rt. Rev. Blanchet, Magloire Columbia city, Washington ter. 

— Byrne, Andrew Little Rook, Arkansas. 

— Carrell, George A. Covington, Kentucky. 

— Cretin, Joseph St Paul's, Minnesota territory. 

— De St Palais, Maurice . . Vincennes, Indiana. 

— De Goesbriand, Lewis . . • Burlington, Vermont 

— Fitzpatrick, John B Boston, Massachusetts. 

— Savannah, Georgia. 

— Henni, John M Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Mt. Rev. Hughes, John New York city. New York. 

— Kenrick, Francis P Baltimore, Maryland. 

— Kenrick, Peter R. St. Louis, Missouri. 

Rt Rev. Lamy, John Santa F€, New Mexico. 

— Lefevre, Peter P Detroit, Michigan. 

— Loras, Mathias Dubuque, Iowa. 

— Loughlin, John Brooklyn, New York. 

— Martin, Augustus ....... Natchitoches, Louisiana. 

— McCloskey, John. ...... Albany, New York. 

— McGill, John Richmond, Virginia. 

— Miege, John B Fort Leavenworth, Nebraska ter. 

— Miles, Richard P Nashville, Tennessee. 

— Neumann, John N Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

— O'Connor, Michael Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 

— Odin, M Galveston, Texas. 

— O' Regan, Anthony Chichago, Illinois. 

— O'Reilly, Bernard Providence, Rhode Island. 

— Portier, Michael ........ Mobile, Alabama. 

Mt Rev. Purceil, J^hn B Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Rt Rev. Rappe, Amedeus Cleveland, Ohio. 

— Charleston, South Carolina. 

— Spalding, Martin J Louisville, Kentucky. 

— Timon, John Buffalo, New York. 

— Van de Velde, James O. . . Natchez, Mississippi. 

— Whelan, Richard V Wheeling, Virginia. 

— Young, Josue M Erie, Pennsylvania. 

— Bacon, — Portland, Maine. 

The Provincial Synod of St Louis, which met in October last, 
resolved to propose the following new Episcopal Sees in the Arch- 
diocese to the Holy See: Prairie de Chien, Wisconsin; AltoUi 
Illinois ; and Leivenworth city, Kansas j an4 ^ Apostolic Vicariate 
fpr N^brftska an4 Western MiTinesot«^ 



182 



SCHOOLS CONDUCTED BY CLERGYMEN. 

STAFFORbSHtltfi.— iSfe<fg»^ Park, mdr WolverhaitipiM. 

Prestdetit-^Vety Rev. Creorge Canon l^hrz*. 
i^ice^Presideni — Rev. tfAMEs Moobe. 

EsUblishtid a.d. 1763. 

The objeot of this establishment is to give A tiseiul Stig^lish ednca- 
lion to thoie who are intended for raercantilft pdreuiti i ktid also in 
elementary knowledge of the classical language^ to those Who may be 
preparing for any of the professions) or te cd&[|]^lete th^r course of 
studies at ahy of our GathoHc colleges. 

The pension) to bd paid half-yearly in adVanoe, is 2^/. per annnm. 
Age for admission fi*om AeVen to fourteen. 

For further p&rtieuUrs) apply to the Preeidenti as above. 

Agent for the school In London, the Rev. James Bamber, 6 
Spanish-plaee^ Manchestet- Square. 

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, 

Woolbamfitottf ngar Newbury, Berkt* 

Under the patronage 6f his Eminence Cardinil Witeman and the 

Bishop of Southwark. 

President — Very Rev. JoH^ Crookall, D.D., Can. of Sbuthwark. 
Fiee-Priiidi^i-^The Rev. R. 8. HobdsON. 

The Pension (paid quarterly in advance} is as follows : 
For boys under ten years . . . . £13 

Above that age ... . . . 15 

For the usual extras of washing, mending, school- 
books, stationery, &c. . . . . d 10 

For further particulars, apply to the President^ as above. 

N.B. After M^reh 1856 the Girls' School at Newbury will be 
discontinued, and the boys under ten years Will be transferred thither 
from Woolhamptoft. Newbury will thus be a |)reparat6ry School for 
St. Mary's, and visited ^t least three days in the week by the Preiident 
or Vice-President* 

LEICESTERSHIRE.— 5^ Peter's Prhry, Hinckley. 
For particulwri^ address to the Very Rev, 8. A. pRoCTERi 



SCHOOLS FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN IN LONDON 

AND ITS ViCiNITY. 

HAMP8TEAD. 

Mrs. WfifestER's l*r6paratory Schdol fOr YoUng Genilemcfl.— Fof 
particular*, apply as above. Reference may also be made to the Rev, 
W. J. O'CoAhor, 54 Lificolil's inn-fields, and the l^eV. t. [Parkinson, 
95 Kirby-st, Hatton-garden, London, and Aey. J, "fralsh, Hampstead. 



BCBOOLB fOfL TdVNO OEtlTLEMSN* 183 



THE PRIOBY, EDMONTON, nuw London. 
Established in 1830. 

Mr. Mtrn^AT beg:^ to bform the Ctitholic public, that the course 
of studies in his establishment comjprises Latin, Greek, Frenehf Arith- 
metic, Book-keeping, History, Geography, Mathematics, Natural 
Philosophy, the Principles of Surveying and LeYelling» Eugliih Com- 
position and Logic. 

Tebms 1 For piqnls under eight years • 20 guineas per annum. 
Ditto ditto eleven diUo . 23 ditto ditta 
Above that age . . . .25 ditto ditto. 

No extras^ except Chapel-seat. 

DHWing, Music, ahd Dancing, on the usual termsj 

The Priory is delightfully situated, and has attached to it spacious 
play-grounds, and a larg^e detached school- room. Omnibuses to the 
City and West £nd pass the gate every ten minutes, and town can be 
reached by rail in a quarter of an hour. Pupils prepared for all the 
Catholic Colleges. Kind treatment and a well-directed emulation are 
adopted as the best and only means to secure a solid education. The 
religious instruction is such as to induce the pupils to submit them- 
selves readily to the mild and humanising innuences of the Catholic 
Faith, as well as to enable them to explain tod prove with accuracy its 
great principles and truths. 

Beferences: Bev. Mr. Ewart, Tottenham, Spiritual Director 
at the Priory ; Bev. Dr. Ferrara, 40 Portman- square ; Bev. J. Cotter, 
St. George's, Stc. &c. ; and most of the London Clergy. In India, 
the Lord Bishop of MAdras, Dr. McAulifTe, Mrs. O'Brien, H. Bichard- 
son, Esq., &c. ; ahd the parents of his pupils. 

Each pupil to bring six towels, a knife, fork, and silver spoon. 

No day-pupils admitted. 

Masters in dancing, drawing, drilling, &e. on the usual terms. 

When brothers are sent, a considerable reduction is made in the 
pension. 

*' / beg to say, that J highly approve of Mr, Murphy** tohool^ md 
certify that the children are wellfed^ well taken care qf, kept ftery clean, 
and every possible attention paid iA«fR«"-*£xtr»Gt from the B«t. Mr. 
Ewtrt's TestimooiaL 



MOBTLAKE CHOBAL OBAMMAB SCHOOL. 

This school is especially designed as a place of education for boyi, 
who unite good natural abilities with a taste for being employed about 
the Altar or in the Choir. 

The course of education comprises, besides the ordinary subjects 
of an English education, an accurate knowledge of the rudiments of 
Latin, and of Vocal Music ; thus tending to fit them for the ecclesias- 
tical state if they have a vocation, and to give them a sound general 
fdi}cation, toge&ei: with » practical knowledge of the Services of the 



184 SCHOOLS FOE YOVNO OENTLEMEN. 

Church, such as may still be useful to them if they take to secular 
pursuits. 

In accordance with this object, the following rules will be observed 
in granting admission : 

1. The beys must have good natural abilities, with some capacity 
for music. 

2. They must not be under eight years of age, and be able to 
read and write. 

8. They must be recommended for their general good conduct and 
a disposition to exert themselves. 

The terms, which are purposely as low as possible, vary from 10/. 
to 20/. per annum for education, board, lodging, and extras. Entrance- 
money, 1/. 

References : The Right Reverend Dr. Grant; the Fathers of the 
Oratory, Brompton ; the Redemptorist Fathers, Clapham ; the Very 
Rev. Dr. Manning ; the Rev. R. G. Macmullen ; and T, W. Allies, 
Esq. 

For further particulars, address to Rev. J. G. Wenham, Mortlake, 
near London. 



BOARDING SCHOOL OF THE BROTHERS OF THE 

CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS, 

Netherton House, Old Touttf Clapham, near London, 

In order to meet the wishes of a great number of Catholic families^ 
the Brothers of the Christian Schools, founded by the Venerable de la 
Salle, have opened a Boarding School at Clapham, on the model of 
those at Passy near Paris, at Lyons, Beauvais, Marseilles, &c. &c., 
and also in Belgium, Italy, America, and other countries. 

The house is situated in a very healthy neighbourhood, near Clap- 
ham Common, at about half-an-hour*s drive from the centre of London, 
with which there is communication by omnibuses ten times every hour. 

The Brothers endeavour to instil into their pupils habits of order 
and gentlemanly manners ; and, above all, exert themselves to make 
tnem good Christians, dutiful sons, and useful members of society. 

Age of admission, from 7 to 12 years. 

The course of studies embraces Religion, Sacred History, Reading, 
Writing, English Grammar and Composition, Geography, History, 
Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometiy, Book-keeping, the 
Elements of Physics, Chemistry, and Natural History, Drawing, Vocal 
Music, the French and German Languages, and, if desired, the Rudi- 
ments of Italian and Spanish. 

Terms {payable quarterly in advance} : 

For boys under ten years of age . . 32/. per annum. 
Ten years and above .... 36/. „ 

f oy other particulars, application ma^ be made to the Director. 



185 

•I Jflaq'0 Cttlkgtate Catjjnlit Irjrnnl, 

RICHMOND, SURREY. 



(Established 1837.) 



Under the distingraished Patronage of 
CARDINAL WISEMAN, ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER, 

His LordBhip the Bight Rev. Dr. Grant, Bishop of Southwark, 

The Right Rev; Bishop Mo&Ris, Roehampton, and the 

Right Rev. Bishop Hughes, Qibraltar, 

and most of the London Clergy. 



PBINOIPAL, 

W. D. KENNY, L.C.P. 

Author of " The Youn^ Catholic** Guide in the Preparation for Con/egnon,' 
•' The Spelling Assietantf" ** The Progreuive Beading-Bookt'* and 
Editor of •' The Clastic Pamphlets^'* &c. &c. 

ASSISTED BY FB0FE8S0B6 AND SIX B£SID£NT HA8TIBS. 



The Religious Instruction is kindly undertaken by the Rev. John 
Tilt of St. Elizabeth's Chapel, Richmond. 

The domestic arrangement of the Establishment is under the super- 
intendence of Mrs. Kenny and a Matron, who has the care of the 
students' wardrobe. 

Professors of German, Drawing, and of Music, attend the Esteblish- 
ment, and there is a resident French Master. 



THE ESTABLISHMENT COMPRISES THREE DIVISIONS. 
The JuNioB Department, with separate Class-room and Dor- 
mitory, for pupils from the age of Jive to eight; the Second De- 
partment, for pupils from the age of eight to seventeen; and the 
Senior Department, for advanced Students and for foreigners who 
wish to be Parloiur Boarders, and require separate sleeping-rooms wid 
private instruction. .__«. 

For Prospectus of Terms, List of References, &c., apply \q the 

Principal, as above. 



186 SCHOOLS FOR TOUMO OBNTLEUEN, 

SCHOOLS FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN IN THE 

COUNTRY. 

BUCKINaHAMSHIRE. — PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR 

YOUNG GENTLEMEN 

Froin Four to Ten Yean of Age^ 

Baylis Hoosb, Salt Hill, near Windsor. 

Under the patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of 
Westminsteri and the Right Rev. Dr. Wareing, Bishop of North- 
ampton. 

The above Establishment, so long conducted by the late Miss 
Adams, is continued by her nieoe, Miss Bittt (aided by her sister), 
who for the last nine years assisted iu the management of the School. 

The system of Education, together with the assiduous care be- 
stowed upon the health and eOmfort of the oUIdren eduoated in this 
Establishment^ has merited the iiighest Approbation of the parents, 
and Miss Butt trusts, that by following out the same system, she 
may merit that encouragement which the late Miss Adams so long 
enjoyed. 

The Education comprises instruction in the English and French 
Languages, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, History, and Geography. 

The Spiritual Direction and Catechising of the Children are kindly 
undertaken by the Rev. J. Bamber. 

Terms, including Washing, Books, and Stationery^ 84/. per annum, 
to be paid quarterly in advance. 

Vacations at Midsummer and Christmas; continuance at School 
during either of these, and seats in the Chapel, are the only extra 
charges. A quarter's notice is required previous to the removal of a 

pupil. 

The accomplishments by able Masters, and the rudiments of the 
Classics, if desired. 

References are kindly permitted to the Rev. J. Bamber, Spanish- 
place ; Very Rev. Canon R. Shepherd, North Hyde, Southall ; Rev. 
Canon J. O'Neal, Grove-road, St. John's Wood ; Rev. E. Heam, 24 
Golden-square; and the Rev. J. Butt, St JiConard'fr-on-Sea. 



CATHOLIC ACADEMY, 
SaXt Hill, near Windsor. 

Under the partioolar patronage of His Emin^noe Cardinal Wisbman, 
Archbishop of Westminstor, and the Right Rev. Dr. Warginq, 
Bishop of Northampton. 

Mr. Jamss Butt, with the assistance of approved Masters, con- 
ducts the above Establishmeitt The course of Education comprises 
instruction in the Latin, Greek, English, and French Languages; 
Geometry, Algebra, Arithmetic, Writing, and Book-keeping. 

Education and bourd, fifty guineas per annum. Po(&et^money 
and the seats in the Chapel are the only extras. The pension is charged 
half-yearly in advance, and a quarter's notice is required previously to 



SCHOOLS FOB YOTJlta OBNTLEUEN. 187 

removal. TM iubiin^p holi^ajTi Ibegih ok th* %U% of )vmt, and end 
widi ihe month of July 4 tboie at Christmas hefin on the 2l8t of D«- 
eethh6if kaA end Oh the ^th ot SAhyttfj. Dfawlug^ Maslc, bsttetngp, 
and Fencing, by fashidtlable luasteM. Thfe situation is well known to 
be remarkftbly healthy ; fifty acrei of lancl are attached to the hou'^e, 
ubieh ts sabstttitial and oommodkras $ it lies star to t^ Slough sta- 
tion on the Ortat Western Railwi^. 

Fot fiirtber particulars) apply to the Most Revt and Right Ren 
Prelates} Twy Rdv. Canon Shepherd, North Hyde, Southall; the 
R«Vk J. Bsmber, dpanish^pla«« } the Rer* H. Lea, Bromptoa 1 R* 
BntioTi Si^.f 6 AttstfaitHan) or to Mr* J. Butt, « aborot 



LANCASHtRE^CATHOLIC ACADEMY, 
Applitmtf n9ar Wartfngtotu . 

Conducted by Mr. RiCHAtiD B&adsKAW. 

ll)e terms per annum, which are payable half-yearly in advance, 
are : 2S guineas tor pupils under 12 ; 28 guineas for pupils under 14. 

An extra charge is mad6 for pupils above 14. 

Washing 2 guineas per annum. For further particulars, apply ss 
aboYe, 



DERBYSHIRE.— HaiAerw^<?, near ShefftelJ. 

MrSt J. V» Oitsoft) and her sister, Miss OibsoNj beg to inform 
tb^r fVi^ds and the Catholie body in general, that they continue their 
establishment at Hathersage, near Sheffield, for a limited number of 
Young Gentlemen under ten years of age. Board and Education, 20/. 
per atiniim. Itef^tehces will be giVeh on application to Mrs* Gibson, 
as above. 

BROADWOOD ACADEkY. 

^ Established 1823. 

Maghull, seven miles north of Liverpool, within a !^ minutes' 
walk of the Maghull station on the East tssneashire Railway. For 
particulars, apply to the prineipal) Mr« Doisom 



THE MOUNT, "WAhtAth.-StdprdihiN. 

The Misses Richmond's Preparatory School for a limited number 
of young Gentlemen from the age of six to ^eveu. 

Terms : 25f» per annum-. 



188 
SCHOOL FOR YOUKG GENTLEMEN. 

Clifton and Bristol Catholic Boarding School, 

PROSPECT HOUSB, KZNOSDOIXrN. 

Conducted by Mr. DUNN and Two Resident Masters. 

At this school young gentlemen are careluUy instructed in their 
.religion, and thoroughly prepared. for business, and for the learned 
or scientific professions. ' The course comprises the Greek, Latin, and 
^ French languages, and the higher branches of the Mathematics. But 
^ to those whose time at school will not admit of such a oourae, instruc- 
tion is given. chiefly in the departments more immediately preparatiye 
to their intended avocations. Professors of Music, Drawing, and Drill- 
ing, attend twice a- week. Drawmg, Perspective, &c. &c., are taught 
by a very able master, trained in Uie "School of Science and Art," 
under the Board of Trade. The religious instruction is undertaken by 
the Rev. W. Johnson, S.J., Trenchard- street. 

KiNGSDOWN, though municipally a part of Bristol, is locally in 
Clifton, on the same delightful eminence, and enjoying the same pure 
and salubrious air. Prospect House contains every convenience for a 
boarding-school ; a lofty school-room, airy dormitories, and a conve- 
nient bath-room, with a good enclosed play- ground. 

The bath-room contains warm, cold, and shower-baths, with an un- 
limited supply of water. Each young gentleman has a warm-bath once 
a- week, Mrs. Dunn herself attending the junior boys. 

The health and happiness of the pupils are objects of constant at- 
tention and solicitude. Every boy has a separate bed; and the number 
being limited to thirty, they have all the comforts of home under Mrs. 
Dunn's maternal care. The age for admission is from six to fourteen 
years. 

REFERENCES. 

Most Rev. Dr. EaameTON, Archbishop of Trebizonde, Coadjutor to the Car- 
dinal Archbishop of Westminster, and Administrator of the Diocese of Clifton. 

Right Rev. Dr. Vauohav, Bishop of Plymouth. 

Right Rev. Dr. Ullathornk, Bishop of Birmingham. 

Right Rev. Dr. BaowM, Bishop of Neirport. 

Right Rev. Dr. Collibr, Bishop of the Maurifias. 

Rev. P. O'PAaRELii, 5 Queen's Parade, Bristol, and any of the Clergy of 
Bristol and Clifton. 

Rev. Dr. Olivek, Exeter. 

Very Rev. Canon Cox, D.D., Southampton. 

Very Rev. Monsignor Etrb, Cadog^n Terrace, Chelsea. 

Very Rev. Canon O'Nbal. St. John's Wood, London. 

Very Rev. Canon Hunt, Spanish Place, London. 

Very Rev. Canon Long, St. Patrick's, London. 

Rev. Edward Hearn. 24 Oolden Square, London. 

Rev. Edward Price, M.A., Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. 

And the following whose sons have been educated at Prospect House : 
Daniel Kbarnet, Esq., Deputy Commissary-General, Coventry. 
Charles Hansok, Esq., Architect, Clifton. 

Richard Bdrchett, Esq., Head Master, Government School of Science and 
Art, Marlborough House, Pall Mall, London. 

Francis Burke, Esq., Felicit* Estate, Trinidad. 
Madame Jukxaux, Moderah House, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Mrs. CniSHOLM, Melbourne, Australia. 



Prospectuses of terms (which are moderate), and furthe^r references 
to parents, majr bf h^ of t}»e Princip Atf as abov^. 



J.ADIEH* SCHOOI^ IN COMMUMlTIEfl. 189 



LADIES' SCHOOLS IN COMMUNITIES. 

ST. MARY'S CONVENT, Mkklegate Bar, York. 
For terms apply to Mrs. Browne, as above. 

BENEDICTINE CONVENT OF THE IMMACULATE 
CONCEPTION, ffammermith. 

For the terms of the School, apply to Lady Abbess Sblby, as 
above. _ 

BENEDICTINE CONVENT, Winchester'. 
For the terms of the School, apply to the Lady Abbess, as above. 

' FRANCISCAN CONVENT, OUR LADY OF DOLOURS, 

Taunton, Somerset. 
The particulars and conditions of this School may be had by apply- 
ing to Mrs. Jerninoham, as above. 

CONVENT OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE, 
Netthall, Chelmsford, 
For particulars, apply to Mrs. Blount, as above. 



SPETISBURY HOUSE, O.S.A., Stanford, Dorset. 
For the terms of the School, apply to Mrs. Poyntbr, as above. 
The Convent is within seven miles of the Wimbome station, on the 
South-Western Railway, and a daily coach passes the Convent gates. 

BENEDICTINE CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF COMFORT, 

Stanbrookf near Worcester. 
For the terms of the School, apply to the Rev. Lady Abbess, as 
above. Letters addressed, ** The Convent, Stanbrook, near Wor- 
cester." ^____ 

BENEDICTINE CONVENT OF THE IMMACULATE 
CONCEPTION, OuUon, near Stone, Staffordshire. 

The terms of the School may be had by applying to Mrs. Forstsr, 
as above. 

The Convent is situated at the distance of a mile from the Stone 
station. _^ 

ST. CLARE'S CONVENT, Scorton, near Catterick, Yorkshire. 
For the terms of the School apply to Mrs. Dobson, as above. 



CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS, 

Roehampton, Surrey. 

The only branch-House (in England) of the Sacre Cceur, in Paris, 
77 Rue de Varennes, Faubourg St. Germain. 
This establishment is under the patronage of his Eminence Car- 



190 ladies' schools in COllMUNltlBS, 

dinal Wiseman, Archbishop of Westminster, and the Right Rev. Dr. 
Grant, the Superior* Iti metnhbrs devote themselves to &• education 
of young Ladies ; they have also a day-school for poor children, and, 
locality permitting, they receive gratuitously a certain number of orphan 
girls. One of the pritnary objects of the Institute of the Sacred 
Heart is to facilitate the making of spiritual retreats for Ladies living^ 
in the world. 

For further partiettlars, apply fo Madamd Ia Sup^rieure, Roehamp* 
ton, Surrey* 



The Ladies of ST. MARY'S PRIORY, PHneetfwft, mar Coventry. 
For partiottlatsy Apply to Madftme 1>\3 Obastslbt, as above. 



CONVENT 0]? bUR LADY OF THE ANGELS, 
Jiditon H(m9€iS€tltoh^$tr«et, Lower-road, Itiington, 

Under the patronage of his Eminence the Oardihal Archbishop, and 
the Very Rev. and Rev. the Priests of St. John's, Tslingtoo. 
The Francisdan Sisters receive a few Boardets for education. For 
particulars, apply to the SupOrioress, at the above address. 

CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF THE ORPHANS, 

Norwood, Surrey, 

POR THB feDUCATlOK OF TOUNO LADIES. 

Under the patronage of his Eminence Cardinal Wisemsn, And of his 

Lordship the Bishop of Southwark. 

The Religious of Our Lady of the Orphans, in order to ehable them 
to receive and support gratuitously a greater number of orphans, have 
opened a special department^ entirely dietinct from the orphanage, for 
the education of young ladies^ who are taught all the various braaohea 
of a continental and English education. 

This Establishment, which the first year contained 1 orphan, the 
second 31, the third 71, the* fourth 75, now contains about 80, 4nd has 
thus educated 103 children. But this number of 80 can scarcely be 
maintained for want of dormitories and other necessaries ; and the re- 
ligious would be glad to increase it if they had the means to enlarge 
their house as muoh as their 17 acres of freehold would permit 

For this charitable purpose, subscriptions and donations are 
earnestly solicited, and may be forwarded to his Eminence the Car- 
dinal, his Lordship the Bishop of Southwark, to any of the Clergy, 
to the Joint-Stoek Bank, 60 Pall Mall, London, or to the Rev. D. M. 
Vesque, at the Convent. 

His Holiness Pope Pius IX. has granted an indulgence of seven 
years to all those who, either by their prayers or alms, shall forward 
this good Work. 

For further partioulars respecting <^e boarding-school, and like- 
wise for admission into the orphanage, apply to Sie Rev. M. Supe- 
rioress, Cftthollc Orphattag«^ Korwood. 



tkT>ttB' tCfiOOti tut COMMUHfTies. 191 

GtMLEY HOUSE, TsUwdrth. 

Tk^ Keligtoilfl Ladtet» ^ftablishcd for ihe latt fiiUfen ytan at 
Gvmky Housei Itleworth, ftontidUe to ofi^r to the public the maiiy 
advantage! to be pifociured by a coiiti&eutal edueatidoi ddnAbiitad with 
riiidentfa in England. 

Oumley House it very agreeably situated ; the gardta* dnd plea* 
aure^grouAds Are truly beautiful, spacioua, and wallod in* The dii*- 
tance from London is likewise very convenient to parents and friao4a» 
being about eight miles from Uyde-Park-ooraen 

The French, English, Italian, and German languages are taught by 
natives. Th6 French language is chiefly spoken, abd as the ladies of 
the house are principally of th^t nation, it may not improperly be 
called a French establishment. 

Terms*-ibr English, French, Italian, Getmftn, geography, the uM 
of the globes, botany, natur&l philosophy, history, writing, arithmetic) 
useful and ornamental needl^ork — 26L per annum. Music, drawing, 
and dancing are extras. Th6 pension to be paid quarterly, in advance. 
A quarter's notice to be given previous to the removal of a pupil. A 
vacation is allowed at Midsummer, but no extra charge for young 
ladies Who remain at the Establishment during that period. 

For further particulars, apply to Madame D'Uouet, or Madame 
De la Kochefoucauld, Guraley House, Isleworth; the Right Rev. 
MoBsignor Weld« IslewoirUi; Madame J. GuiUdbi«t» or the Rev. 
Jobs Senaokx* Clalrfodon-squait, Somer9>rtowtt» 



CONVENT OF THE FAITHFUL C0M1> ANION* OF 

JESUS, 

Lingdah ffdufe, Claughton, neat Blrkehhettd, CkeiMr€. 

Under the patronage 6f the Right Rev. Dr. Brown, Bishop of 

Shrewsbury. 

Lingdale Itouse is agreeably situated in one of the most salubrioujl 
parta of Cheshire. It commands a beautiful and extensive prospect, 
and is surrounded by spacious pleasure-grounds. 

It is within two miles of Birkenhead, and equally convenient to 
Liverpool, l^be Woodside steam-boats cross the Mersey every ten 
minntes, and at the ferry conveyance may be had by omuibuS or car. 

Aft the ladies of this community are principally French, this esta« 
blishment is enabled to afford to pupils all the advantages of a Conti- 
nental education, combined with residence in England. 

The SiigUsh, FrtfUeh, Italian, md Germtti IsttgUAgbft^it^ Uught 
by natives. The French is however ebiefly spoken. 

Terms 28/. per annum. 

Course of education embraces English, in its various branches, 
French, Italian, Germftfi, Geography, the use 6f the Globes, Sacred 
and Profatte History, Mythology, Natural history, Arithmetic, Bdok- 
keeping, Uieflil and ornamental Needleworks 

Music, Drawing, and Dancing- are extras. 

The pAniion to be paid quarterly in advance. A quirtef s notice 
is required previous to the removal of a pupiL A VMatiMi ii allowed 



192 ladies' schools in comiiunities. 

at Midsammer, but no extra charge is made for young Ladies who 
remain at the establishment during this period. 

For further particulars, apply to Madame D'Houet, Lingdale 
House, Ozton, or to the Convent, No. 2 Great Greorge-square, Liver- 
pool, or 34 Hamilton-square, Birkenhead (where branches of the same 
Community are established) ; to the Very Rev. James Crook, V.G., 
6t Nicholas's, Copperas-hill, Liverpool ; to the Veiy Her. £. F. 
Browne, Birkenhead ; or to the Rev. Gentlemen, 20 Park-place, 
Liverpool. 

Spiritual Retreat for Ladies. 

With the sanction of the Bight Rev. Dr. Brown, Bishop of 

Shrewsbury. 

The Religious of the above community continue to afford accom- 
modation for spiritual retreats during the Midsummer vacation. The 
exercises for the first retreat will commence on the 2d of July 1856. 

Ladies who may desire to attend are requested to forward a notice 
of their intention to the Superioress of the Convent 



CONVENT OF THE FAITHFUL COMPANIONS OF 

JESUS, 

2 GrecU George'Sqttaref Liverpool. 

The Sisters, " Faithful Companions of Jesus," who have been for 
several years established at the above place, under the patronage of 
the Right Rev. Dr. Brown, Bishop of Liverpool, continue to offer to 
Catholic parents the advantages of a solid and religious education, 
combining, on moderate terms, all that is essentially useful to young 
Ladies. 

The course of education comprises religious instruction, English 
in all its branches, Writing, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Geography, 
the Use of the Globes, History, Botany, Music, Drawing, Dancing, 
plain and ornamental Needlework, and the French and Italian lan> 
guages, which are taught by natives. 

In addition to the day-school, the Religious of this community 
have an evening-school at the Convent. 

For further particulars, apply to Madame D'Houet, No. 2 Great 
George-square ; or to the Very Rev. Provost James Crook, V.G., St. 
Nicholas's, Copperas-hill ; or to the Rev. Gentlemen, 20 Park-place, 
Liverpool. 

CONVENT OF THE FAITHFUL COMPANIONS OF 

JESUS, 

Dee House, Chester, 
Under the special patronage of the Lord Bishop of Shrewsbury. 

The Sisters, the Faithful Companions of Jesus, established last 
year at the above-named mansion a Boarding-school fbr young ladies, 
which has already been very successful. 

The course of instruction to embrace all the useful brsnches.of a 
good English education. 



LADIES* SCHOOLS IN COMMUNITIES. 193 

Tenns, 20/. per annum. French, Music, Singing, Drawing, and 
Dancing taught on moderate terms. 

For further particulars, apply to Madame D'Houet, or the Supe- 
rioress, Dee House ; or to the Very Rev. Canon Carbery, Chester. 

CONVENT OF THE SISTERS, " FAITHFUL COMPANIONS 

OF JESUS," 

84 Hamilton''tqtutre, Birkenhead, Chethire. 

Under the patronage of the Right Rev. Dr. Brown, Bishop of 

Shrewsbury. 

The object of the Sisters, ** Faithful Companions of Jesus,'' in this 
establishment, is to facilitate to parents of the middle class a means of 
baring their children thoroughly instructed in the duties of our Holy 
Religion, as well as in the different branches of a good, solid English 
education. 

Terms, 18/. per annum. 

Children under 12 years, 16/. per annum. 

Course of instruction, Reading, Writing, Grammar, Arithmetic, 
Book-keeping, Geography, History, &c. ; Needlework, plain and oma* 
mental. 

French, Music, Singing, and Drawing taught if required, on mode;* 
rate terms. 

For further particulars, apply to the Superioress ; or to the Very 
Rev. E. F. Browne, Birkenhead. 



ADELPHI HOUSE, SALFORD. 
Under the patronage of the Right Rev. Dr. Turner, Bishop of Salford. 

The Sisters, ** Faithful Companions of Jesus," continue to receive 
young Ladies as Boarders at the above->mentioned house, at the very 
reasonable terms of 20/. per annum. 

The house is beautiiul, and situated in one of the most respectable 
and salubrious localities in Salfbrd. 

The object which this Religious Community has in view is to 
affi>rd to parents the advantage of giving to their daughters a religious 
and solid education. 

Music, Singing, Drawing, Dancing, French, &c. are taught at a 
very moderate extra charge. 

For particulars, apply to Madame D'Houet, or to the Superioress, 
Adelphi House, Salford ; the Right Rev. Dr. Turner, Bishop of Sal- 
ford ; or the Very Rev. Canon Wilding, St. Augustine's, Granby- 
row, Manchester. 

CONVENT OF THE HOLY CHILD JESUS, 

jtU SoulSf St, Leonard^ e-MmSea, 

Under the patronage oi his Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of 

Westminster, and the Lord Bishop of Southwark. 
For particulars, apply to the Superioress, as above. 



194 LAJH^fi^ 9GHQ0LP IV OeM¥U»ITIF9. 

CONVENT OF tHE HOt-Y CHILP JESTTS, 

Under the patronage of his Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, Ardi- 
hishop of Westminster ; and the Right Rev. Dr. Grant, Bishop 
of iSoulhwairIi;. 

The Sisters of the Society of the Hoiy Child Jesus have opened a 
Day School for young ^dien M their l^oufi?* ,5 BeDtiaokrstreet. 

A sQupd reiigipus trftipiwg is thP prjmary ohject pf tlte dirf<?t»s of 
the school. 

The course of inqtructioi) qompr^^es all the usu^l hrapphes of a 
dolid English educati9ni together with French^ Linear Drawlpg, and 
Vocj|l ]Mjupic. 

The terms are 1/. IQi. per quarter, to ^e paid In a4Tanee. 

The parents of the pupils are at lft)erty to pay \l. \0s, annually fpr 
the use of school-books, or to be charged for the class-bpo^s required. 

The Piano, and the Italian, German, and Latii} lansuftgeg are 
e](tras. 

For ftirther particulars and a4mi8sion, application niay be n^ade to 
the Superior, 5 Bentinck-streiet. 

Refereijces are allpwed to Very Rev. Dr. Whijty: Very Jlev. 
W. Canon Hunt ; Very Rev. T. Canon Long ; Rev. W. O'Connor ; 
Rev, Dr. M'Auliffe; Rev. J. Kyne; Rev. J. Con oily; Very Bey. P. 
Canon Oakeley; Rev. E. Hearn; Rev. R. G. Maemullen ; R§v. W. 
M'Avila; Rev. T. Barge ; and Rev. Fathers of Ae Oratory. 

This house is connected with the Convent H. C. Jesus, at All 
Souls, St. Leonard's- on- Sea, Sussex. 



CONVENT OF THE HOLY CHILD fEfiUg, 
SL Mart^s^ Rupert ffovse^ Ev^rtan, 

Uader the patronage of the Lard ^i^^^p of ]jive|rppol. 

The Sisters of the Society of the Holy Child J<au8 reeeive f oimg 
Ladies to board in the Convent 

The situation is eTceedingly pleasant and airy, v^iy m«ch above 
the town and its environs, and immediately within ceaoh of the open 
eountry. 

The schools and dormitories, &c. are lofly, handsome, and apaeioiis { 
and the young Ladies have the iree range of Uie ample recreation- 
grounds* 

The ceuTse of stodiea eemprises ail the bvano^ies of k oemplete 
English education, with French, Latin, and Music. 

Terms for the course, 30/. per annum ; without Music, 26/. per 
annum. Dancing and medical attendance are extras. 

For farther particulars, application can be made to the ^ight Rev. 
Provost Crook ; the Clergy of St Francis Xaviex^s ,* the Rev. James 
Nugeoti C^thpUc institute ; or the Superior of the Coqyent 

This Hous9 1^ ponnected with the (^ppvej)!; of All Souls, St 
Leonard's. 



ladibb' schools in communitiks. 195 

LORBTTO fiONVSHT, 

. Nmw MMnehe$kr, 

Under the patronage of his Lordship the Bishop of Salford Sll4 the 

Clergy of St Wilfrid's. 

Young Ladies are boarded and educated in this establishment under 
the oftT? a the Sisters of Loretto Convent, irom iUthf^r^Hi^ilii D^}>Un, 
who were lately resident at St Wilfrid's, 

The instruction comprises the u^ual branches of English, French, 
Italian, Music, and every descriptipn of Needlework. 

The commodious and excellent house, together with the beautiful 
and secluded grounds, may confidently be recommended to parents and 
gnardums. 

Hot and cold baths are fitted up on the preudses for the premotioo 
of the health and eomfort ef the young ladies. 

For further particulars, application may b« made Co the Rev. the 
Superioress, or to the Very Rer. Canon Toole, St Wilfrid's, Man.- 
Chester. 

Them is abe a Day School fbr Yoimg Ladles whpie ^nifUes reside 
in the neighbourjwo^ Terpap per qnsri^r, in advaAge, II. 11*. 6d. 

CONVENT Oy THS;.3ISTK]^S OF NOTEj: PAME, 

74 Mpuni Fieoiatki^ Liverpooi, 
Under the patronage of the Bishop and Clergfy of Lirevpool. 

Course: op Epucation. 

The P<eligious of this Institute having undertaken the direction of a 
Training School for Queei^'s Scholars, tnose Pupil-teachers who have 
complete4 their Apprenticeship^ and who are able to produce patLsfac- 
tory testimonials, may be admitted to the usual course of training for 
Normal Students. 

Th? Queen's Scholarsljip of each year, with the Exhibitions granted 
by thp Privy Council, will be reppjvpd in payment for the Education, 
Lodging, Board, and Washing of the pupils. 

Applications mmt be made in tjie month of November of each year j 
and although a preference will be given to Queen's Scholars, yet if va- 
cancies remain after thg annua) e^ajplp^tiops, other persons who are 
desirous of profiting by the course of studies, with a view to teaching in 
Poor-schools, rosy bp admitted to ihe Training School upon paj-ment 
of a moderate pension. 

Tqx tprniB, ^jid f\irthpr partipnlafs, apply to the Superior, as above. 



CONVENT OF THE SISTBBS OF NOTRE l)AIIE. 

Cfktphdm Common^ near London^ 

Under the patronage of his Eminence Cardinal Wiseman and the 

Lord Bishop of Southwark. 
For particulars, apply to Madame h ^yen^vre of the Convent, 
Clapham-CommQ9y Smr#7* 

PI^IORY OV OVn UDY OF PEACB, 
Biehmtmdf Yorkfbfire. 



\9f) ladies' BCHOOL8 IN COMMUNITIES. 

CONVENT OF TH£ SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME, > 

St, Ann^Sf Blackburn. 

Under the pntronage of the Right Rev. Dr. Turner, Bishop of Salford. 

For particulars, apply to the Superioress of the Convent. 

CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF THE INSTITUTE OF 

CHARITY, 

(Commonly called Sisters of Providence,) 

Loughborough^ Leicestershire, 

For particulars, apply to the Very Rev. A. K. Einolfi, St Mary's, 
Rughy; to the Rev, M. Furlong, Ratcliffe College, Loughborough; or 
to the Mt^er Superior of the Convent. 

A retreat will be g^ven to ladies in the Convent during the month 
of September 1856. Applications for assisting at the spiritual exer- 
cises should be made before the middle of August 

^ ^^"^"^ 

CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF THE CHRISTIAN RETREAT, 
Manor House^ 40 Lower Kennington-lane, 

The Sisters of the Christian Retreat beg to announce that they con- 
tinue to receive young Ladies, for board and education, at the moderate 
pension of 20/. per annum ; their object being to impart the blessings 
of a Christian education to the middle classes of Catholics, rather than 
to secure emolument. 

French is the language chiefly spoken, this establishment being a 
branch of the institution of the same name in France, and the greater 
number of the Sisters being consequently French. 

English, however, is not neglected; and there are also English 
members of the community. 

In addition to the French and English langpiages, taught gram- 
matically, the young Ladies are instructed in Geography, History, 
Writing, Arithmetic, Plain and Ornamental Needlework, &c. &c., for 
the above-mentioned pension. 

Music and Drawing (taught by the Sisters) form an extra charge of 
5^. per annum. 

The pension to be paid quarterly in advance. 

No Masters are admitted to the SchooL 

Vacation is allowed at Midsummer and at Christmas only when the 
parents desire it 

A quarter's notice to be given previous to the removal of a pupil. 

The health, happiness, and cheerful state of mind of the children, 
are objects of their constant solicitude. 

For further particulars, apply as above; and references are per- 
mitted to the Rev. Chaplains of St George's. 



FRANCISCAN CONVENT, 

HaUoU'Streetf Lower-road^ Islington. 

The Religious of the Third Order of St Francis receive a few young 
Ladies as Boarders. Pension, 25/., including French and Vocal Music. 
For further particulars apply to the Reverend Mother, as above. 



LADIRS* SCHOOLS IN COMMUNITIES. 197 

UBSULINE CONVENT, 
Oxfwd, 

The Unuline Ladies, established at No. 12 Broad Street Buildings, 
Moorfields, devote themselves not only to the teaching of the children 
of the poor, but also to the education of young Ladies of the middle 
and higher classes. Under the protection of his Eminence the Cardinal 
Archbishop, and the patronage of the Bishop of Birmingham, and with 
the fullest sanction and co-operation of the Rev. Clergy, the Ursulines 
will open a Day-school at their Convent, No. 10 Holywell, Oxford, at 
the commencement of the New Year. 

The course of teaching embraces, besides all the usual branches of 
a solid English education, a most careful attention to the religious and 
moral training of the children confided to them. 

The French and German languages (taught by natives of Fraiuse 
and Germany), and likewise the Piano and Drawing, are extras. 

For further particulars application must be made to the Superior, in 
London, as above ; to the Rev. F. Chadwick, St Clements, Oxford ; or 
to any of the Clergy of St. Mary's, Moorfields. 

CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF COMPASSION, 
^10 Lower GrovSy Bromptouy London, 

The Sisters of Compassion have opened a Day-school for young 
Ladies at thehr Convent, under the sanction of his Eminence the Car- 
dinal Archbishop. 

The religious training of the children intrusted to their care will 
form the object of their most anxious solicitude. 

The course of instruction embraces the usual branches of a good 
English education, together with Linear Drawing and French. The 
latter is taught by ladies who are natives of France. 

The terms are One Guinea per Quarter, to be paid in advance. 

References may be made to the Rev. Fathers of the Oratory. 

The Sisters of Compassion have also the care of the Girls' and 
Iniants' Schools ; and of the Girls' Industrial Rooms, at the Oratorlan 
Schools of Compassion, Dunne^s Passage, 1^4 High Holbom. 



CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OF ST. PAUL, 

St, Johh*8 Priory^ Banbury, Oxon* 

Under the patronage of the Right Rev. Dr. Ullathorne, Bishop of 

Birmingham. 

Terms : — For board and education, for young Ladies under fourteen 
years of age, 20 guineas per annum ; above that age, 22 guineas. To 
be paid quarterly in advance. 

French, \0», per quarter. Music, Drawing, &c. on the usual terms. 

Each young lady to bring two pairs of sheets, six napkins, and 
knife, fork, and spoon, which will be returned on her leaving the school. 

A quarterns notice to be given previous to the removal of a pupil. 

Further particulars may be known by applying to the Rev. Dr» 
Tandy, St John's, Banbury ; or the Rev. Mother, Madame Dupuis, as 
above. 

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198 LADIES* SCHOOLS IN AND NEAR LONDON. 

CONVENT OF THE SISTBKS OF NOTRE DAME, 

Narthamphn. 

Tnder the special patronage of the Lord Bishop of the Diocese. 
For particulars apply to Madame U Sup^rieure of the Conyejit. 



CONVENT IN THE ISLAND OF JEHSBY. 

Order of the KetreaTi 

The Ladies of the Retreat beg particularly to reeommend their 
establishment to the consideration of Catholics in England. They 
have taken upon themselTes an extensive building, in hopes that the 
famed salubrity of the islsnd and the gentleness of its olimate would 
supply for delicate children a want difficult te be found either in Eng- 
land or France* In undertaking this establishment, they saw but little 
resources in the island itself ; but great hopes were naturally held out 
to them, that with the daily extending reputation of the island for its 
health, its beauty, its cheapness of living, a field for great good would 
be opened for their exertions in the children of families whom economy 
or ill-health would bring to so favoured a spot. 

The Ladies of the Retreat have a second design also in their under- 
taking, which is, to receive ladies who wish for any length of time to 
retire from the world to live in quasi religious life. 

The terms, for children under fourteen years of age, are 20 guineas. 
Music and Drawing are extras. 

For further particulars, apply to the Rev. J. McCarthy, chaplain to 
Dr, Grant, Bishop of Southwark ; or to the Very Rev. Br. WTiitty, 
22 Finsbury-circus, Moorflelds, London. 



LADIES' SCHOOLS IN AND NEAR LONDON. 

CATHOLIC BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

22 and 23 Portland-place, Lower-road, Islington, 

Conducted by Miss E. Brady and Assistants. 

The education comprises, in the first place, a thorough grounding 
in the doctrine and practices ef the Catholic Church, wltii the various 
branches of useful knowledge and accomplishments. 

The great object of the teacher is to combine the instruction of the 
mind with the formation of the religious and moral character of the 
pupils. 

Miss E. Brady has the permission to add, that her establishment 
enjoys the entire confidence of the Catholic Clergy of Islington, under 
whose guidance the religious education of the pupils is conducted. 

For terms, apply as above, or to Very Rev. Canon F. Oakeley and 
Rev. W. Dolan, St, John's, Islington ; Rev. John Kyne, Rosoman- 
itreet, Clcrkenwell; Rev. "VY. M^Avila, Soraers-townj and Re?. J. 
Cotter, St. George's Cathedral. 



199 



ARUNDEL HOUSE, WESTBOURNE-TERRACE NORTH, 

HYDE PARK. 

Catholic Bo ardi no-School for Youmg Ladies, 
With Daily ClaBses on the system of the Ladies* College. 

Conducted by 
THE MISSES BOSHELL. 

Under the patronage of the Rev. Anthony Mag«e, D.D. 

The general course of studies pursued in the Academy comprises 

the English and French Languages, Reading, Recitation, Ancient and 

Modem History, Geography, the Use of the Globes, the Physical 

Sciences, Writing, Arithmetic, and Useful and Ornamental Needle* 

work. 

Prqfetsors atiacked to the Acadenty: 

M. Toumiere . . • • Freneh Laaguag t. 

Signor Michelangioli .... Italian „ 

Don Lopez Piedra .... 8paBtah „ 

Herr < — ^ ..*..• German „ 

Mr. Rosenberg Drawing. 

M. Ooulon ...... Dancing. 

Mr. Munday Drilling. 

Mr. F. Chatt^Wn, P.R.A. . . Harp. 

Mr. Dipples ' Guitar and ConecrtiiiA. 

Mr. Mount Hannony and Compoiitiot). 

Signor Criv«lli, P.R.A. . . • Singing. 

Mr. Cox, P.R.A. . . , . Biinging. 

Mrs. Thompson (late Miss Kate Loder) Pianoforte. 

Mr. Mount, P.R.A. . . . . Pianoforte. 

The children receive religious instruction at SS. Helen and Mary's 
Catholic Church, 

Payments to be made quarterly in advance. 

An extra charge for Pupils remaining during the vacation. 

Re<erenef8 kindly permitted to the Right Rev. Dr. Morris, Barnes ; 
Rev. A. Magee^ D.D., Weatbourne Grove j Rev. W. Waterworth, S.J., 
9 HiU-street, Beribeley-a^uare ; Rev. M. M'Neai, SJ:. John's Wood; 
Rev. J. A. Claarkson and ttev. il. Sult^a, £dge Hill, Liverpool; Rev. 
T. Bonaey and Rev. M. Hankinson, Seel-atrcet, Liverpool ; Rev M. 
Flanagan, D.D., Francis-street, Dublin ; Rev. J. Furlong, D.D., Pro- 
feiser of Theology, Msynooih College ; Rev. W. C. Russell, D.D., 
Pro&aaor of Ecdesbstieal History, Maynooth College ; and to the 
patentt of pupik. 



200 ladies' SCHOOLf IN AND NEAR LONDON. 

CARRINGTON LODGE, RICHMOND, SURREY. 

Catholic Establishment for Youno Ladies. 

Under the patronage of his Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, the Lord 
Bishop of Southwark, and the principal London Clergy. 

(EsUblished a.d. 1835.) 

A private chapel is attached to the establishment This Institution 
is conducted by Miss Clarke, assisted by a Parisian and other Mis- 
tresses, all resident. 

Professors attend for the languages and accomplishments on the 
usual terms. 

For prospectuses of terms (which vary with the age of the pupil, 
accomplishments required, &c.), apply as above, and also to the prin- 
cipal Catholic Booksellers. 



CUPOLA HOUSE, NEW KENT-ROAD. 

The Misses Brennan's Establishment for Young Ladies, where 
only eight boarders are received, and where the domestic arrangements 
are in every respect the same as those in a respectable private family. 
The house is admirably adapted for a school, being large and airy, and 
having a spacious garden and play- ground attached to it. Terms 
moderate. 

The Misses Brennan also invite the attention of parents residing in 
the vicinity of St George's Cathedral to the advantages of having a 
Catholic Day School in their neighbourhood, where the most eminent 
masters attend to give instruction in French, Music, and other accom- 
plishments. 

The Misses Brennan having been repeatedly solicited by the parents 
of the young ladies under their tuition to receive their sons also, imtil 
of sufficient age to enter upon the more advanced studies of a college, 
they have appropriated an entirely distinct part for a limited number 
of Young Gentlemen under ten years of age. For terms, apply as 
above. Payments to be made quarterly, in advance. The religious 
instruction kindly undertaken by the Rev. J. Cotter. 



CATHOLIC BOARDING SCHOOL, 

No, 3 Clapham Park Terrace, Claphanif Surrey, 

Mrs. and Miss Butt have opened a genteel School for the recep- 
tion of young Ladies, at Clapham, in the immediate vicinity of the 
Catholic Church which has been recently erected in that pleasant and 
healthful locality. The course of instruction comprehends the English 
- and French languages ; History and Geography ; Reading, simple and 
emphatical ; Arithmetic and Writing ; useful and ornamental Needle- 
work. 

Latin and Italian will be taught if required, and charged extra; also 
Singing and the Pianoforte, Drawing, and Painting in Water-colours. 

The Italian department and Music will be undertaken- by Miss 



ladies' schools in the country. 201 

Butt personally. She has heen duly qualified hy a residence of ten 
years ahroad under the direction of eminent professors. The French 
language will be spoken familiarly, under the superintendence of a 
Lady who has resided for some years on the Continent, and has long 
been employed in the care and instruction of youth. 

Terms, 35/. per annum ; Washing, three guineas ])er annum ; Seat 
in Church, one guinea per annum. Payment to be made quarterly, 
in advance. 

The pupils will obtain the benefit of Keligious Instruction at the 
Catholic Church adjacent. 



LADIES' SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTRY. 

WORCESTER ROAD, BROMSGROVE, WORCESTERSHIRE. 

Hiss Barnes's Establishment for Young Ladies. 

Terms — For pupils under ten years of age, 18 guineas per annum ; 
above that age, 20 guineas ; washing, per quarter, 10;. 6d. ; music, 
drawing, and dancing, each per quarter, U. Is, The French language 
is taught by Miss Barnes (who has resided five years in France), at 
the additional charge of 21. 2s. per annum. There are no extras ex- 
cept for books and stationery. Payments quarterly, in advance. 



SOUTHPORT, LANCASHIRE. 

Mrs. ToBiN and Sister continue their Preparatory School for 
Young Ladies. Young Gentlemen are taken from four to ten years' 
of age. For the terms, which are moderate, apply as above. 



LAUREL COTTAGE, NURSERY-TERRACE, HUNTER'S-IANE, 

HANDSWORTH, NEAR BIRMINGHAM. 

The Misses Nock's Seminary for Young Ladies. Terms, Twenty 
Guineas per annum. Prospectuses as above. 



LINCOLNSHIRE.— BARTON-ON-HUMBER. 

For Board and Education for Young Ladies, including the French 

Language, 18/. per annum. 
Music, Drawing, &c., on the usual terms. 

Further particulars may be known by applying to Miss Ward, as above. 



PARR HALL SEMINARY, NEAR ST. HELEN'S. 

(Established 1834.) 

The Misses Morgan receive Young Ladies at any time, on rea- 
sonable notice being given. Prospectuses will be forwarded on appli- 
cation as above. 



202 

CONVENTS WITHOUT BOARDING-SCHOOLS, 



The Teresians, from Antwerp, at Llaiiherne, near St Columb. 

. Liar, in Brabant, Carmel House, near Dar- 
lington. 

of Canford, from Hogstraets, removed to Beau- 
lieu, Volognes, near St Lo, Normandy. 

The Benedictine Nuns of the Most Blessed Sacrament, St Bene- 
dict's Priory, Rugeley, Staffordshire. 

The Order of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Visita- 
tion Convent, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. 

The Dominicanesses, from Brussels, Eosary Convent, Ather- 
stone, to which is attached a female charity school. Prioress, Mrs. 
Speakman. 

The Cistercians, Stapehill, near Wimborne, Dorsetshire. B«v. 
Mother Mary Josephine, Superioress. 
Somerstown, I 

Hampstead, V Order of the Faithful Companions of Jbsus. 
Tottenham, J 
Dockhead, Bermondsey, 
Blandford-sq., London, 
Chelsea, 

Birmingham — two houses, \ 

Nottingham, ) Order of the Sisters Of Mercy. 

Bristol, Dightou'Street, 
Liverpool, 
Preston, 
Sunderlai^d, 

Hammersmith, \ Order of the Good Shep- 

Amo's Court, Brislington, near Bristol, j herd. 
Manchester, Order of the Presentation. 
Northampton, Sisters of the Infant Jesus. 
Clifton, Bristol, Sisters of Penance of St. Dominic. 
The Petites Sceurs, £lm7tree House, Hammersmith. 
Leeds, Sisters Oblates of Mary Immaculate. 



ST. EDWARD'S CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF MERCY, 

POOR SCHOOLS, AND HOUSE OF MERCY, 

Bkwdford'Square, London, 

The Ladies of this community have at present under their fostering 
care above 400 poor children of the congregations of St. John^s-wood 
and Spanish-place receiving gratuitous education. The fruits of their 
charitable labours are becoming daily more clearly developed in the 
mental improvement of their little pupils, and more particularly in their 
external neat appearance and personal character. We regret to have to 
state, that their largest school-room is still employed as a temporary 
chapel. Thus the sphere of their usefulness is considerably abridged 
by the want of means to build their new chapel ; whilst the outstand- 
ing debt of 2000/., with the interest on the same, for the erection of the 



CONVENTS WITHOUT ^OAEDINa-SCHOOLI. 203 

school and convent premiBegi u a source of ierioiis embarraMment to 
the community. 

The House of Mercy. 

The object of this branch of the Institute of our Lady of Mercy is 
to protect and train well-conducted young females to habits of industry. 
The Nuns receive their little pupils into the elementary schools at the 
tender age of two years ; and they devote themselves with untiring soli- 
citude to impress upon their minds and heatts the conviction that the 
fiiithful discharge of their duties in this life is the best and safest pass- 
port to the happiness of the next. Oh, how charming it is to see 
those pious ladies moulding the wayward wills of their little pupils to 
the sweet influence of order and discipline, whilst they store their minds 
with tlie knowledge of their duties as subjects and Christians^ and in- 
flame their hearts with the love of God ! 

From the elementary schools they are raised in due time into the 
House of Mercy, where they are thoroughly instructed in laundry and 
needlework, and in all the duties of domestic service* Here they are 
boarded and lodged and preserved from all external contagion of vice 
until they are provided with suitable situations. The ladies also receive 
young women of good character into the Institution during the time 
they are out of situations, and improve them in the knowledge of 
domestic duties, until they provide proper situations for them. There 
is ample space for the accommodation of 60 young women in the 
House, but the heavy debt upon the building-aocount is a serious draw- 
back upon the efficiency of the Charity. There are at present 66 young 
women in the establishment, many of whom have to repose on the floor 
of the dormitory for want of means to purchase bedsteads and proper 
furniture for them. The present high price of provisions greatly aug- 
ments the embarrassments of the administration of this Charity* 

The pious sex are specially invited to patronise this charity by 
laundry and needlework, which is executed with the greatest oare and 
skill, and which is an important source of maintenance for the objects 
of the charity. Subscriptions and donations will be thankfully received 
by his Eminence Cardinal Wiseman ; by the Joint Stock Bank, Pall 
Mall ; by the Very Rev. Provost Whitty ; the Very Rev. William Canon 
Hunt ; the Rev. Edward Hearn ; the Very Rev. James Canon O'Neal ; 
and by the Rev. Mother, at the Convent. 

N.B. Cdst-off clothing will be thankfulljr received by the Rev. 
Mother, to fit out the young women for their situations. The Convent 
van conveys the clothes to and from the laundry every week. For more 
ample details of this chsrity, please to refer to the Report of last year 
in the Directory. 

CONVENT OF THE LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR, 

Elm'tret House, King^atreel, Hammersmith, 

There are flfty or sixty poor old women lodged and provided for in 

this institution, which is entirely dependent upon voluntary contributions 

of food or money. The Sisters will feel much indebted to any family 

who will allow them to call once or twice a week for broken victuals, 



204 CONVENTS WITUOUT BOARDING-SCHOOLS. 

&c. ; or subscriptioxig may be forwarded to the Superior aa above, or to 
the Rev. the Clergy of Hammersmith. His Eminence the Cardinal 
Archbishop has granted it his especial protection. 



CONVENT OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, 

HimmenmUh, 

" The poor ye have always with yoa."--ST. Matt. xzvi. 11. 

The prayers of the community will be constantly offered for their 
benefactors ; and the duty of gratitude is carefully impressed on the 
Penitents. Their prayers are most earnestly offered for those who help 
to support them, and the religious are obliged by their rule as follows : 

1. The Holy Sacrifice twice in the month for living benefactors. 

2. In the mouths of March and September a Requiem Mass is said 
for the dead. 

3. Twice in the day the De pro/undis is said in the community for 
the same, and once after Matins a Hail Mary is said for the living. 

4. A general communion is offered every month for the benefac- 
tors, and two Sisters communicate every Saturday for their " inten- 
tions." 

Subscriptions will be gratefully received by His Eminence Cardinal 
Archbishop Wiseman, 8 York-place, Portman-square ; by Charles Dol- 
man, Esq., 61 New Bond- street; at the Commercial Bank, Henrietta- 
street, Covent-garden ; by ^e Very Rev. Canon O'Neal, V.G., at Our 
Lady's Church, St John's- wood ; by the Rev. H. P. Heneage, Superior 
of the Convent, Hammersmith ; and by the Superioress, to whom appli- 
cations for admission to the Asylum must be addressed. Non-sub- 
scribers are expected to pay a fee of Two Guineas entrance, with all 
expenses to and from the Asylum. No Penitent can be admitted 
under the age of eighteen years. 

Annual Subscribers of Two Guineas are entitled to have one Peni- 
tent recommended by them always in the Asylum. On one being dis- 
missed, another may be i^ecommended without further subscription. 

Sett0 Utttetttr. 



ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF MERCY, 
AND POOR SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS, 

Cadoganstreetf Chelsea, 

The charity of the Catholic public is earnestly solicited in behalf of 
this Convent, and the Poor Schools attached to it. 

These spacious and commodious Schools, annexed to the Convent, 
built by Joseph Knight, Esq., and opened in the spring of 1845, are 
now attended by nearly 400 children. (This does not include the boys.) 
The Sisters, besides constant attention to the spiritual instruction and 
education of the children, are daily engaged in visiting the sick, in- 
stiucting adults, &c. For the further accommodation of the community, 
now increasing, it is in contemplation to add to the building should the 



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CONVENTS WITHOUT B0ARDIN0-BCH00L8. 205 

means be realised to effect this, which it is humbly hoped may be the 

Those who cannot co-operate by giving a life of labour to the works 
of mercy, are requested to forward their subscriptions to His Eminence 
the Cardinal Archbishop, 8 York-place, Portman-square ; Very Rev. 
Provost Whitty, St Mary*s, Moorfields ; Very Rev. Monsignor Eyre, 
St Mary's, Chelsea ; Very Rev. Canon Hunt, St. James's, Spanish- 
place; Very Rev. Canon Last, Ingatestone Hall, Essex; or to the 
Mother Superior of the Convent, by whom they will be most gratefully 
received. 



ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF MERCY, 

In Clifford. 

The establishment of the Sisters of Mercy in this diocese cannot 
but be regarded by all who have the interests of our holy religion at 
heart as one of the most cheering prospects for the advancement of the 
cause of charity, so intimately connected with the spread of true reli- 
gion in this country. 

A visit to the Convent of Mercy in Clifford will not only amply 
repay the trouble, but will also prove how much has been already ac- 
complished by the self-sacrificing ladies who have renounced all to 
dedicate themselves to the service of the poor. 

May Our Lady of Mercy look down with protecting love on all who 
shall contribute to the support and advancement of this invaluable in- 
stitution, is the heartfelt prayer of the Pastor of the Mission. 

E. L. Clifford. 



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206 



CONVENTUAL AND OTHER SCHOOLS AND 
ESTABLISHMENTS ON THE CONTINENT. 

BELGIUM. 

BRVG'ES.^EnglUh Convent, Rue de Carmee.—Un. Quick, Bup^. 
rieure des Dames A^glaises, as above. 



ENGLISH BENEDICTINE CONVENT, YPRES, 

BELGIUM. 

This Establishment, which has existed nearly two centuries, is 
situated in an excellent and healthy locality. 

Young Ladies receive a Complete Education, including the 
English, French, Gennan, and Italic Languages, taught grammati- 
cally; with Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, History, 
Geography, and Elocution, as well as Plain and Fancy Works of every 
description. The greatest care is taken to instil into their minds the 
principles of the Catholic religion ; while, at the same time, the most 
sedulous attention is given to their health and comfort. By the facili- 
ties of railway travelling, Ypres is now within a few hours of London. 

For references and prospectuses, apply to James Morris, Esq., 
Principal of the Catholic Collegiate School, 8 Great Ormond- street. 
Queen-square; or to the Lady Abbess, at the English Benedictine 
Convent, as above. 



CONVENT OF HOUGAERDE, NEAR TIRLEMONT. 

At the Convent of Hougaerde, under the direction of the Sisters of the 
Union of the Sacred Heart, Young Ladies receive an excellent moral 
and religious education. The pension is 450 francs (iS18) per annum, 
payable quarterly, in advance, which includes instruction in the French 
language ; all the different branches of Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, 
History, Geography, plain and fancy Needlework, with the English 
and German languages, taught by natives. The Convent is very advan- 
tageously placed, in a healthy situation, within three miles of Tirlemont, 
with spacious gardens and grounds ; and the diet is abundant, and of 
the best quality. 

Music, Drawing, and Washing, are extras. Music one franc per 
lesson, by an eminent professor ; Drawing, half-a-franc per lesson, and 
Washing, 50 francs C£2) per annum. 

The pupils^ linen is washed every two months. 

Further particulars may be obtained by addressing the Rev. Mother, 
Convent of Hougaerde, near Tirlemont, Belgium, who is authorised to 
give references to parents residing in London, and other parts of Eng- 
land, whose children have been educated at the Convent, 



SCUOOLI ON TU« CONTIMSNT. ^7 



PENSIONNAT FOR YOUNG LADIES. 

Under the Direction of the Ursuline Nuns at Thildonok, near 

Louvain. 

The agreeable situation of this establishment, the pure air of the 
locality, the courts and spacious gardens which surround the houae, — all 
contribute to make this abode both salubrious and joyful. The food it 
healthy, abundant, and varied. Great care is taken of the health df the 
pupils, and in case of sickness the most assiduous attentions are paid 
to them. Every endeavour is made to form the manners of the pupils, 
so as to develop their more amiable qua]ities» and render their society 
agreeable. 

Religion, being the basis of instruction, enters into the plan of 
study in each class. 

The studies comprise reading and writing, the Frenehi Flemish, 
German, and English languages, the elements of literature, epistolary 
style, arithmetic, book-keeping, geography, the elements of natural 
history, and the use of the globes. 

Th$ Frsnoh language U oomiantfy tpoken^ and great ear§ m taken 
o/ihe purity of the accent. 

The pension, Including drawing, painting, and g3rmnast{cs, is 800 
francs (12/.) per annum, payable quarterly in advance. Vocal and in- 
stnimental music and the Italian language are extras, Washing is ^20 
francs (16«.) per annum* 

Prospectuses of the houde may be had, and every particular known, 
by applying to the Very Rev. Monsignor Eyre, Cadogan- terrace, Sloane- 
street, Chelsea; to the Superioress as above; or to Mrs. Spiingett, 
Mast House, Mill Wall, Poplar. 

Mrs. Springett, who has two daughters pensioners in the Convent^ 
will most willingly take charge of any yowig ladies, and conduct them 
to the Convent, should their friends be unable to take the journey. 




208 SCHOOLS ON THE CONTINENT. 

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, 

Maeteychi Province of Limburg, Belgium. 

Patronised by His Eminence Cardinal Wiseman and the Lord Bishop 

of Liege. 

Under the direction of the Ursuline Religious. 

Religion being the basis of education, is the groundwork of instruc- 
tion in this establishment To impart to the pupi)s a solid knowledge 
of the dogmas it teaches, and form them to the love and practice of the 
duties it imposes ; to dissuade children from vice, and attract them to 
virtue by the persuasive means of emulation ; to enrich the mind with 
scientific knowledge, at the same time to adorn the heart with those 
virtues which not only render the possessors amiable and useful mem- 
bers of society, but enable them to triumph over adverse circumstances 
of time and fortune, — such is the triple object which the religious of 
this institute propose in the education of the young persons confided to 
their care. 

The situation of the Convent is most desirable, being salubrious, 
agreeable, and surrounded by spacious gardens and meadows, that fur- 
nish the pupils extensive space for exercise and recreation. 

Terms, including instruction in the English, French, Italian, and 
German languages, history, geography, writing, and arithmetic, the 
piano, guitar, singing, drawing and painting, needlework of every de- 
scription, both plain and ornamental, as also washing, Twenty Guineas 
per annum, to be paid quarterly in advance. 

The following are extra charges : Clothing, expenses of sickness, 
stationery, postage, materials for work, musical pieces, and books. 

Pupils who are desirous to learn the guitar are required to provide 
or hire one. 

To obviate the attendant difficulties respecting the voyage, and to 
intimate to parents resident in England an expeditious and convenient 
route to Maeseyck, the Religious Sisters beg to observe that there is 
communication, by railway, from Ostend, Antwerp, and Li^ge, to Has- 
selt. The community have arranged to procure their pupils a free 
conveyance from Hasselt to Maeseyck, under the condition of being 
apprised of the arrival a few days previous. 

Further particulars may be known by applying to Madame la Re- 
verende Mere Odile, Superieure des Dames Ursulines (address as 
above). 

References : The Very Rev. L. de Buggenoms, St Mary's College, 
Park-road, Clapham ; the Rev. J. P. H. Maubach, Hornby Castle, 
Catterick, Yorkshire ; Wm. Adolph, Esq., St Mary Axe, City, London ; 
Charles Hunt, Esq., Loyola Cottage, Cottage Grove, Clapham Rise, 
Surrey. 



MOORSLEDE, near ROULERS, BELGIUM.— Convent of the 
Sisters of Charity. — Terms, 14/. per annum. For particulars, ^ply to 
Very Rev. Canon Benoit, Bishop's House, Sa}ford ; or Rev. M, piUtau, 
Pirector of the abovf Copvent, 



SCHOOLS ON THE CONTINENT. 209 

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S ORPHANAGE, BRUGES, 

Was founded, a few months since, for the rescue of a certain number of 
destitute orphan boys of good character, who, by the loss of their parents, 
are exposed to every privation and vice, become inmates of workhouses, 
and in fearful peril of losing their faith. Already sixteen most inter- 
esting little fellows have found a secure haven in this asylum, who 
must otherwise have been irrevocably lost. Many amongst them, who 
had almost forgotten the name of their Redeemer, and of His blessed 
Mother, are now true models of piety and edification in the churches of 
this ancient city, and every encouragement is given to those who evince 
talent or disposition for a high vocation. 

None are admitted who have any friends likely to bring them up in 
the true faith, this most important institution being the work of a 
member of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, exclusively for orphans 
who are altogether destitute. After the founder's decease the orphan- 
age will become the property of the Society ; and, whenever the means 
are sufficiently ample, it will be removed into the diocese of South- 
wark. 

More need not be said to prove the value and importance of this 
pious foundation, the further extension of which is so very desirable. It 
is, therefore, most earnestly hoped that the friends of the foui^der, as 
well as the Catholic public, will do all in their power to extend this 
haven of salvation to many more of their destitute little countrymen — 
although it be, for the present, abroad and out of sight — and that they 
will not fail to give their utmost aid to one who has thus sacrificed, not 
only his a//, but even himself, by devoting the whole of his time to the 
care of these orphans, and rendering to them every personal service, 
however menial, which their forlorn position requires. 

Any subscription, or donation, will be most gratefully received by 
the Founder, 37 Rue St. George, Bruges; or may be passed to the 
Account of A. R., London Joint Stock Bank, 69 Pall Mall. 



WACKEN, ONE Mile from Waereghem, Belgium. 

Boarding School for Young Ladies, directed by the Sisters of St Joseph. 

Premium, 14/. lOs, per annum. 

For further particulars, address to the Reverend Mother of the 
above-mentioned Convent. 



ASYLUMS FOR LUNATICS AND OTHER PERSONS 
AFFECTED WITH CHRONIC MALADIES. 

1. St, Julianas Hospital, Bruges. 

2. St. Anne's Hospital, Courtray. 

3. Ccrtenherg*8 Convent, near Brussels. 

(The last mentioned for female patients only.) 

All these establishments are under the direction of the Very Rev. 
Canon Maes, who resides at St. Julian's Hospital, Bruges. Particu- 
lars may be obtained from him, or from his brother, Mons. Abbe I^. 
Jd^cs, B.D., Sales Hovise, Westbur^-on-Trym, pear Bristol. 



210 9CUOOI.8 ON T0K CONTINfiNT« 

PBANCE. 

PAKIS. — Lea Dames Auji^ustinet de 8te. Marie, Rue Carnot, 
8, pris du Luxembourg. — In this estabUshment, which is situated in 
the healthiest part of Paris, parents who desire to give their daughters 
a finished Parisian education will find every facility in efilbcting their 
object, while at the tame time no pains are spared to instil religious 
and domestic habits into the pupils. Masters of eminence attend, and 
the arrangements, both scholastic and domestic, are on the most liberal 
scale. 

References are kindly permitted to M. le Curtf de St. Sulpice, Paris ; 
M. I'Abb^ Poch, Aumonier des Fr^res St Jean de Dieu, Rue Oudinot, 
Paris ; M. T Abb6 de la Bouillerie, Vicaire-Gtfn^ral, et Sup^rieur de la 
Commuuaut^, 28 Rue de Varennes, Paris ; Rev. Mr. Bamber, Spanish- 
place; Rev. R. Batt, 24 Golden -square; Rev. Mr. Baines, Witham, 
Essex; and Mr. A. L. Roche, 15 St Paul's-road, Camden- town. 

Terms, which are moderate, and which vary according to the age, 
&c. of the pupil, may be known by applying to Miss Wall, Catholic 
Bookseller, 78 Upper Seymour-street, Euston-square, London. 



PARIS.— English Convent, 25 Rue de* Foe$is St. Viet»r.--^Fot 
particulars, apply to Mrs. Howell, Sup^rieure det Dames Anglaiaet, 
as above. 

Prospectuses can be had by applying to the Rev. R. Bagnall,y.P., 
St. Mary's College, Oscott, Binningham ; or to the Rev. T. Barge, 
78 Dean-street, Soho, London. 



BOULOGNE-SUR-MER.— The Ursuline Dames, qfthe ancient 
Community of Boulogne, Rue sous ies Remparts, Haute ViUe. — For terms, 
&c., see former Directories. No charge made for pupils staying in the 
vacations. — Further particulars may be known by applying to the Lady 
Abbess, at Boulogne ; or to Mr. G. Mansse, 5 St Benet-place, Grace- 
church-street, London. 



MONTREUIL-SUR-MER (pres de Boulogne).— Pensionnat de 
Jeunes Demoiselles, dirig^ par Mdlle. Mailly. — Cet Etablissement a 
pour but de r6pondre aux d^sirs de tous Ies parens 6clair6s, en joignant 
Ies avantages d'une instruction solide I. ceux d'une Education mater- 
nelle et Chr^tienne. 

Les objets de Tenseignement sont: la Lecture. I'Eoriture, TArith- 
ni^tique, la Grammaire Fran9aise et Anglaise, THistoire, la Geogra- 
phic, les EUmens de la Litt^rature, la Tenue des Livres, le Dessin 
lin^aire, et tous les genres de travaux d^aiguille. 

Les Le9ons de la langue Anglaise, la Musique, le Dessin, et autres 
arts d'agr^ment, sont & la charge des parent: il en est de mSme des' 
frais de maladie. 

Le prix de la pention eat de 16 guin^es pour I'ann^e entiere. 

Pour lea autres renseignemens s^adresser i M. le Chanoine P. 
Mailly (fi^re de Mdlle. Mailly), 4 la Chapelle de France, 21 King- 
street, Portman-aquare, Londrea. 



SCHOOIiS ON THB CONTINENT. 2U 

ST. OMER.-— Maif on du 8t Sacrement, Rue Royale.^This tsta- 
blishmentis directed by the Benedictine Nuns of the Blessed Sacrament. 
Terms for boarding, washing, French and English, and general instruc* 
tion, 28/. per annum, paid half-yearly in advance, and one guinea 
entrance. 

For further particulars, apply to the Very Rev. Thomas Provost 
Boyle, D.D., St. George's Cathedral, St George's- fields ; to Ernest 
Scott, Esq., Church- street, Lambeth ; or to Mrs. Scott, Superioress of 
the Establishment, as above. 

GRAVELINES ESTABLISHMENT FORYOUNG LADIES, 
formed by some of the Ursuline Dames from Boulogne, and conve- 
niently situated on the road from Calais to Dunkirk. 

This house offers, by its spacious grounds and gardens, every ima- 
ginable means that can conduce to the health of the pupils. The inte- 
rior construction of the building affords the most desirable accommoda- 
tion ; the dormitories are very spacious and airy, in which each young 
lady has a separate room. The Ursuline Dames will not neglect to 
watch with the most anxious solicitude and maternal tenderness over 
the health and morals of those confided to them. They will particu- 
larly interest themselves in all that can contribute to a good education, 
personal deportment, and, above all, to instil into the minds of the 
young pupils principles of solid virtue. 

The terms are very moderate. For terms, and further particulars, 
apply to the Rev. Edward Hearn, 24 Golden-square ; or to Mr. Egan, 
14 North-crescent, Bedford-square, London. 

CONVENT OF NOTRE DAME AT JOUARRE, SEINE 

AND MARNE, 

FOR THE EDUCATION OP YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY BENEDICTINE 

NUNS. 

The ancient and royal Abbey of Jouarre is most delightfully and 
healthfully situated, fprty miles from Paris. The grounds attached to 
the house are of the extent of twelve acres. The rooms are lofty and 
well ventilated. The object the Religious have in view is to instil into 
tlie minds of their pupils a solid piety, and to inculcate those principles 
which in after-life form a distinguished woman and a Christian mother. 

In addition to habits of politeness and good manners, the young 
Ladies are taught habits of order and economy, and the general ma- 
nagement of household afiairs. 

The course of instruction comprises strict attention to religious 
principles ; French in all its branches. Mathematics, General History, 
Geography, Cosmography, and Natural Sciences ; with Plain and 
Ornamental Needlewoik. 

The terms are 201, per annum, bedding included, for the scholastic 
year of eleven months. 

German, English, Italian, the Piano, the Organ, Singing, Drawing, 
Painting, Artificial Flowers, and Gymnastics, are extra. 

The Paris and Strasburg Line must be taken as far as La Fert^- 
sous- Jouarre, where an omnibus conveys the passengers to Jouarre. 

For particulars apply by letter, post-paid, to Madame I'Abbesse de 
1' Abbaye de Notre Xlame, Jouarre, Seine et Marne, France. 



212 SCHOOLS ON THE CONTINENT. ' 

COLLEGE OF HAZEBROUCK, DEPART. DU NORD, 
FRANCE. — Mens. I'Abb^ Dehaene has for many years zealously de- 
voted himself to the education of youth in France, and that with great 
success, under the kind patronage of an extensive circle of friends, both 
lay and clerical. Spiritual Director of the Establishment: Mons. 
l'Abb6 Dekeister. 

The College of Hazebrouck is corporation property, and aggregated 
to the University of France. It numbers a large staff of ecclesiastical 
professors, who have taken their degrees at Douai. A considerable 
number of Church-students who have completed their humanities are 
annually draughted off to the ffrand Seminaire of Cambrai. 

Mons. TAbb^ Dehaene is desirous of having an additional number 
of English students, and therefore affords every facility to parents who 
are anxious to bestow on their children a liberal education. Education 
is not undertaken in this case as a private speculation, but as a public 
duty ; and therefore, as the establishment is extensive, Mons. 1' Abbe 
can offer very moderate terms, still insuring every comfort, physical, 
mental, and moral. 

In consequence of the increase of English students, there is an 
English Cours d'AnglaiSf by an English Professor, embracing English 
literature, &c. &c. Music, drawing, &c. on more than usual reason- 
able terms, by the best professional gentlemen, on account of the ex- 
tent of the establishment. 

The College is conveniently situated on the Northern Railway, 
Hazebrouck being an important junction-station en route to Paris, three 
leagues from St. Omer, and twelve from Dunkerque, where there is an- 
other educational establishment under the surveillance of the same 
Principal. It is not more than three hours' journey to either place. 

Pension at Hazebrouck, extras included (viz. entrance-fee, univer- 
sity and town droits, washing, medical attendance), 22/. ; and at Dun- 
kerque, 26/. '^ 

' For further information, apply to Mons. Dehaene, Principal du 
College d'Hazebrouck, depart, du Nord ; or to the Very Rev. Canon 
Rigby, Lynn, Norfolk, 



GERMANY. 

MUNICH. — iVo. 9 Gluck Strasse. — Mr. Raby continues to re- 
ceive a few young gentlemen into his house, who may desire to attend 
the University, or perfect themselves in German, Applications as 
above, or to the Very Rev. Thomas Sing, Derby. 



AIX-LA-CHAPELLE.— The Ursuline Convent of St. L6onhard, 
Franz Strasse. — For particulars and terms of the School, apply to La 
Mere pr^fete Paula van Houtem, as above. 




213 



CHARITABLE AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS IN 
LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS 

For Promoting the Practice of the Spiritual and Corporal Works of 

Mercy, 



** Alma deliver from all sin and from death, and will not suffer the soul to go into 

darkness."— Tobias iv. 11. 



ASSOCIATED CATHOLIC CHARITIES, 
For Educating and Apprenticing the Children of poor Catholics, 

PATRON. 

His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishof of Westminster. 

vice-presidents. 



The Earl of Arundel and Surrey 
The Earl of Shrewsbury 
The Right Hon. Lord Camoys 
The Right Hon. Lord Stourton 
The Right Hon. Lord Vaux of 

Harrowden 
The Right Hon. Lord Petre 
The Right Hon. Lord Dormer 



The Right Hon. Lord Staflford 
The Right Hon. Lord Clifford 
The Right Rev. Dr. Morris 
Sir R. Throckmorton, Bart. 
Sir T. Rokewode Gage, Bart. 
Sir John Simeon, Bart. 
The Hon. Charles T. Clifford 
W. Constable Maxwell, Esq. 



TRUSTEES OF THE FUNDED PROPERTY. 



Lord Arundel and Surrey 
Lord Camoys 



Charles Dolman, Esq. 
Charles J. Pagliano, Esq. 



TRUSTEES OF THE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. 



Lord Camoys 
Lord Stafford 
Hon. C. T. Clifford 



P. H. Howard, Esq. 
John Rees, Esq. 



COMMITTEE. 

The Rev. Clergy of St. Gregory's, Warwick- street 
„ ,, St. James's, Spanish-place 

„ St. Anselm^s, Lincoln's Inn Fields 

St Mary's, Moorfields 
St. Joseph's, Bunhlll-row 

The Rev. J. Brownbill, S.J. j Messrs. T. Jackson 



»> 






Messrs. J. Barelli 
J. Bethell 
G. Blount 
W. H. Bosanquet 
W. Gibson 
C. Gould 



>» 
>» 

1* 



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H. Munster 
A. Rymer 
Serjeant Shee, M.P. 
Jas. Teevan 
J. Walker 



Treasurer.— 
Hon. Collector.- 
Hon. Secretary.- 



-T. Martin, Esq., 80 Argyle-street, Regent-street. 
-Rev. J. Bamber, 6 Spanish-place. 



214 CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 

SCHOOL ESTABLISHMENTS. 

St Joseph's, BunhilUrow ; Boys' School, Girls' School, and lafaats' 
School, conducted by Lay-teachers. 

St. Mary's, Gate-street, Lincoln's Inn Fields ; Boys* School, con- 
ducted by the Christian Brothers; two Girls* Schools and Infants* 
School, conducted by the Religious of the Order of the Holy Child 
Jesus. 

St. Edward's, Dufour-place, Golden- square; Girls' School and In- 
fants* School, conducted by Sisters of Mercy. School for Boys, con- 
ducted by a Lay-teacher. 

St. James's, 63 High-street, St. Marylebone ; two Boys* Schools, 
conducted by the Christian brotliers ; Girls' School and Infants' 
School, conducted by Religious of the Holy Child Jesus. 

St Mary's, Cumberland- street, Shoreditch. New Schools for Boys, 
Girls, and Infants. The Girls* and Infants' Schools conducted by the 
Ursuline Religious. 

Subscriptions and Donations are earnestly requested in support of 
these Charities, which have been established upwards of forty-four years, 
and are supplying a good religious education to nearly two thousand 
poor Catholic children. The Committee have to regret that, whilst the 
educational wants of the metropolis are every year increasing, the annual 
resources of these Charities are diminished. It is difficult to supply the 
places of those charitable benefactors who are every year called away to 
receive the reward of their good deeds. Donations will be thankfully 
received by his Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop ; Thomas Martin, 
Esq., 80 Argyle-street, Regent- street ; by the Rev. James Bamber, 
6 Spanish-place, Manchester-square ; or by the Western Branch of the 
London Joint-Stock Bank, 69 Pall Mall. 

Form of Legacy to this Institution. 

" I give and bequeath unto the Treasurer for the time being of the 
Associated Catholic Charities in London, the sum of £ , to be 

paid out of such part of my personal estate as I can lawfully charge 
with the payment of Legacies to charitable uses.** 



CATHOLIC POOR-SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

Established in 1847, by the Bishops of England and Wales, to promote 

the Education of the Catholic Poor. 

Chairman, — The Hon. Charles Langdale. 

Secretary. — Thos. Wm. Allies, Esq. 

Bankers. — The London Joint-Stock Bank, 69 Pall Mall. 

Offices, — 11 John-street, Adelphi, London. 

On the 27th September 1847 the eight Bishops of England and 
Wales issued a letter creating and nominating the Catholic Poor- 
School Committee, " it being the unanimous intention of the Bishops 
to carry on henceforward the great work of the religious education of 
the children of the poor by the assistance, and through the instru- 
mentality of this new Committee." The Committee, thus formed 
originally, consists of thirty-iiine Members, — one priest and two lay- 



IN AMD NEAR LONDON. 215 

men firom eaeh of the tliirteen Dioceses. Its office and functions will 
be best attested by the following extract from the Synodal Letter of the 
Council of Oscotty 1852 ; " Make your schools equal in every respect 
to those which are open to allure away our children ; avail yourselves 
of every encouragement and every improvement which tends to raise 
the standard of your education \ and let there he no pretence tenable 
for sending Catholic children elsewhere. In effecting these most useful 
purposes, and procuring means for encouraging a high order of educa- 
tion, as well as extensively diffusing its blessings, we consider that the 
institution established by us, and known as the 'Poor-School Com* 
mittee,' has been eminently useful, and deserves our public approba- 
tion and our joint recommendation. Composed as it is of priests and 
laymen selected from all our dioceses, it has attended to their several 
interests with fidelity and impartiality ; and it has been the instrument 
for obtaining assistance and means for education, which, without its 
co-operation, would not have reached us. Through it the character of 
our poor-school teaching has been signally raised ; and the erection of 
normal and training schools, which we now owe to its exertions and 
zeal, promises to secure on a stable basis the future enjoyment of this 
blessing. We therefore exhort and urge you to support this excellent 
Institution, by your liberal contributions, by your hearty co-operation, 
and by your friendly encouragement." 

It is respectfully requested that subscriptions and donations may 
be remitted to the Secretary, either by cheque or bill on a London 
banker, or by a post-office order, payable at the General Post-office, 
London. 



ST. PATRICK'S CHAEITY SCHOOLS, 

Por the gratuitous education and clothing of the destitute oiftpring of 
the poor, at Tudor -place, Tottenham- court-road, and Asylum for Fe- 
male Orphans bereft of both parents, lately at Heath House, New End- 
square, Hampstead, now removed to Norwood. 

His Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, Patron, 

The Right Hon. the Earl of Shrewsbury, President, 

The Right Hon. the Countess Dowager of Shrewsbury, Patronest 

of the Femah Orphan Asylum, 

St Patrick^s Charity is dependent on tlie voluntary subscriptions 
and donations of the benevolent, which have of late been insufficient for 
the promotion of its several olj^ects ; comprising the support of — 

Two schools for 320 boys, superintended by Brothers of the Chris* 
tian Schools ; 

One school for 140 girls. 

Thus does the charity gratuitously afford to the children of the poor 
the blessing of a sound, useful, and virtuous education ; and to female 
children bereft of both parents shelter, maintenance, and edu(istion in 
an asylum which is the only one in the district exclusively devoted to the 
gratuitous protection ofparentless Catholic female orphans. 

The Orphan Fund of St Patrick's Charity is composed of the sub^ 
scriptions of ladies, and exclusiyely applied to board, medical attend* 



216 CHARITABtE INSTITUTIONS 

ance, and rewards to the orphans for exemplary conduct during two 
years after they have heen placed out in service. Every other expen- 
diture for rent, clothing, and education, is provided for hy the General 
Fund of St. Patrick^s Charity, the annual contributions to which having' 
of late years much decreased, it becomes necessary earnestly to invoke 
the benevolence of all, to rescue the institution from impending decay, 
and to perpetuate the blessings it has for more than half-a-century 
widely diffused. 

Subscriptions and donations received by the Rev. Gentlemen of St. 
Patrick's Chapel ; the Rev. William Waterworth, No. 9 Hill-street, 
Berkeley-square; Henry Bamewall, Esq., of Copthall-court, Throg- 
morton-street, and Richmond-hill, Surrey ; the Commercial Bank of 
London, Henrietta- stieet, Covent-garden ; and also (towards the main- 
tenance of the female orphans) by Mrs. Henry Barnewall. 



St. Patrick's Auxiliary Schools. 

1. Infant School, Crown-street. — 2, Evening School, Tudor-place. 
3. Sunday School, Tudor-place. 

ST. FRANCIS'S CATHOLIC FREE SCHOOL, ST. GILES'S. 

Established 1828. 

ST. ALOYSIUS'S SCHOOLS, 
SomerS'town and Hampsteadf ^c. * 

Patron — Cardinal Wiseman, Archbishop of Westminster. 

The Rev. J. Nerinckx, in calling attention to these Schools, for the 
maintenance of which, for a period of half-a-centuiy, he is indebted to 
the generous co-operation and patronage of the Catholic public, thinks 
it well to make known their present position, and to put forward their 
claims to future support. 

Twenty-five years back he was fortunate to induce the ladies of a 
religious community to establish a branch of their Order in connection 
with tliese Schools, since which time these Schools have been resigned 
to their entire control. These religious impart to the children intrusted 
to their charge a solid English education ; they foster habits of indus- 
try, and implant in the youthful mind a thorough and practical know- 
ledge of our holy faith. Each pupil is provided with good board and 
lodging, and taught those things most suitable for her future position 
in life, whether she remain an inmate of her family, be engaged in busi- 
ness, or seek her means uf livelihood in service. Those intended for 
the lastrnamed duty are trained for their future calling (as far as health 
and strength will permit, and subject to the approval of their friends 
and benefactors) in the necessary household requirements of the esta- 
blishment. They are also instructed in needlework, which is taken in 
at the Schools and carefully executed. The terms expected for these 
advantages are from 10/. to 12/. per annum, exclusive of clothes and 
school-books; but of the 160 children who are at present in the two 
houses, thirty-six are orphans or destitute children, and are fed, clothed, 
lodged, and educated free of all expense. 



IN AND NEAR LONDON. 217 

Besides the boarding- schools, there are attached to these establish- 
ments day-schools, in which 220 children receive gratuitous education, 
forty of whom are fed and in part provided with clothing. And it may 
not be uninteresting to know, that during the past year sixty boarders 
and fifty day-scholars have left the schools of St Aloysius entirely fitted 
to take their places in their family circles, or to provide for themselves 
in the world.. 

It is painful to the Rev. J. Nerinckx to state, that from the loss by 
death of many benevolent patrons who had cheered him on in his labours, 
as well as from the increasing demands upon the Catholic public, and 
the high price of provisions, the funds of tliese institutions have so much 
diminished, that it has been found necessary to reduce the number of 
gratuitous admissions, as well as to refuse to parents of limited means the 
admission of their children at half the pension, as has hitherto been 
done. It is hoped that these adverse circumstances may not continue, 
and that the patronage which has hitherto upheld establishments so 
useful will preserve their utility undiminished, now that it is more than 
ever necessary to g^ard the children of our holy faith from the prosely- 
tising influences of the anti-Catholic systems of education in operation. 
Subscriptions and Donations will be gratefully received by Very 
Rev. Monsignor Searle, 8 York-place, Portman-square ; the Rev. J. 
Nerinckx, Clarendon-square, Somers-town ; and the Joint-Stock Bank, 
69 Pall Mall. 

SCHOOLS OF OUR LADY OF COMPASSION, 
Dunne* s Passage, 154 High Holborn, 

These schools were established more than three years ago by the 
Fathers of the Oratory, under whose direction they are still carried on. 

They comprise an Infant School, a Boys' Day School, Girls' Day 
School, and Night Schools for those boys and girls who (being em- 
ployed in selling fruit, sweeping crossings, and similar occupations) 
cannot attend school in the day-time. 

Attached to the schools is the establishment called St Philip's 
Home, which affords a refuge to young destitute girls of good charac- 
ter; and there is also an Industrial School, where a number of girls 
find employment These, as well as the Girls' and Infants' Schools, 
are conducted by the Sisters of Compassion. By the permission of the 
Cardinal Archbishop, the school is used on Sundays as a chapel for the 
children. Mass is said for them, and confessions heard ; and on one 
evening of the week there is a meeting of a Confraternity of Persever- 
ance, consisting of those children who have been admitted to their first 
Communion. 

The average number of children present daily is about 600; the 
number on the books being nearly 1200. 

The schools are situated in the centre of a densely populated neigh- 
bourhood, being close to St. Giles's, Drury-laue, Seven Dials, &c. 
The children are of the poorest class. During the past winter and 
spring the distress among them was so great, that upwards of 100 
starving children received food at the schools daily. 

Subscriptions for the support of the schools, and donations towards 
the new school-buildings now in the course of erection in Charles- 



218 cuahitable institutions 

street, Drury-lane, will be thankfully received by the Rev. Father 
Hutchison, the Oratory, Brompton ; at Messrs. Burns and Lambert ; 
and at the London Joint-stock Bank, 69 Pall Mall. 

In case of subscriptions being paid Into the London Joint-stock 
Bank, care should be taken to explain distinctly that they are for the 
Catholic Schools of Compassunif in order to prevent mistakes. 



EAST LONDON CATHOLIC INSTITUTION, 

14 Red Lion-ttreett tVapping, 

Vox educating and clothing poor children. 

SPITALFIBLDS CATHOLIC FREE SCHOOLS, 
Spi9er»strt€t, Brick^hne, 
Instituted 1825. 
Pairw : His Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, Archbishop of Westmintter. 

Spiritual Dirtetor$ 9fih« Children : The Marist Fathers. 
These schools are situated in the midst of a densely-populated 
neighbourhood, comprising the parishes of Spitalfields, Whitechape), 
and BethnaUgreen, where poverty and vice abound to an extent per- 
haps unequalled in any other part of the metropolis. It has been 
computed that there are nearly 1000 Catholic children in thi« district 
requiring more or less gratuitous education. Of this number there are 
between 400 and 500 now in the schools, and great exertions are being 
made to secure the remainder. The building in Spioer-street was ori- 
ginally erected for boys and girls, and up to about two years since was 
found adequate for the puipose. But since the boys have been under 
the care of a religious Brotherhood, the number of scholars has been 
doubled, and the whole of the building is now required for their use. 
It is now contemplated to erect a school-room for the girls on ground 
the property of the Institution in Spicer-'Street, and then to place thenn 
under the charge of a religious community. To enable them to accom- 
plish this, the Committee are necessitated to appeal to every "Friend 
of Education" for assistance; and should this notice be seen by any 
lady or gentleman whom Providence has placed in a position to spare 
a trifle, it is hoped they will ** embrace with gladness this opportunity 
of doing good»" by enrolling themselves as Annual Subscribers to the 
Institution, or by a donation to the Building Fund. 

The smallest contribution will be thankiully received by his Emi- 
nence the Cardinal Archbishop, 8 York-place, Portman-square ; by the 
Marist Fathers, 8 Albert>plaoe, Mile -end. New- town; by the Trustees, 
W. J. Leseher, Esq.* 10 Chapel-street, Grosvenor- square ; and J. 
Swiney, Esq., 4 Brett's-bnildings, Hoxton ; or to their account at the 
Commercial Bank, Henrietta^street, Covent- garden ; by the Treasurer, 
Mr. J. Connery, Thomas-street, Whitechapel-road ; or by the Secretary, 
Mr. F. Napper, 16 Selby-straet East, Waterloo- town, Bethnai Green. 

TOTTENHAM, EDMONTON, AND PONDER'S END 

SCHOOLS. 
These schools were opened to give religious education to the poor 
Catholic children in and about Tottenham, Edmonton, and vicinity. 
Subscriptions will be thankfully received by his Eminenee Cardinal 



15 AND NEAR LONDON. 210 

Wiseman ; by the Clergy at all the Chapels } and by the Rev. T. H. 
Ewart, Chapel-place, White Hart- lane, Tottenham. 



HAMMERSMITH CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. 

Subscriptions for the support of these schools will be thankfully 
received by the Rev. Daniel O'Keefe, Hammersmith ; or by his Emi- 
nence Cardinal Wiseman. 

BENETOLENT SOCIETY, 
For the HeOef a/ the Aged and Infirm Poor, 

Patron : His Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, Archbishop 

of Westminster. 
Sttbseriptions will be thankAiliy received by his Eminence Cardinal 
Wiseman, Arehbishop of Westminster; the Very Rev. Provost Whitty, 
and the Rev. Chaplains of St, Mary's, 22 Finsbury-cirous ; the Rev. 
Chaplains of St George's Cathedral, Sotithwark i the Rev. Chaplains of 
the Oratory and Virginia-street ; Henry Bamewall, Esq., the Treasurer, 
Copthall- court; Thomas Barnewall, Esq., Commercial Bank, Hen- 
rietta^street, Covent-garden ; and by the Honorary Secretary', Edward 
Firth, 2 Aldgate. 

SOCIETY OF CHARITABLE SISTERS, AND THE 
CATHOLIC LYING-IN CHARITY. 

The Charitable Sisters gratefully acknowledge the kind support they 
have met with, and respeetfuHy intreat the co-operation of the benevo* 
lent, and particularly of their own sex, to aid them by donations of 
money, apparel, &c. Any person wishing for particulars may have the 
last year's Report by applying to Mrs. Dinmore, President and Trea- 
surer, 3 City- road, 

ASSOCIATION OF THE DAUGHTERS OF OUR LADY 

OF COMPASSION. 

This Association, which was commenced in the year 1854 with the 
Approval of the Cardinal Archbishop, consists solely of girls under the 
age of eighteen. Its ohjeot is to afford the young an opportunity of 
practising a work of charity by combining together to raise funds for 
the support of female orphans. 

It ia thought that the children» having a distinct work thus given 
them to be undertaken and carried on by themselves, are likely to feel 
a greater interest in it ; and that the Association may thus become a 
useful instrument in initiating the young betimes in the practice of 
works of charity. 

Already seven orphan* are being supported in a Catholic orphanage 
by the a]m9 of the children of the Association. 

The subscription is 2^d, a month, or half-a^crown a year. A copy 
of the Rules, &c. may be obtained by writing to the Secretary, the Lady 
Vietoria Fitaalan Howard, II Carlton*terraee, London; or by Apply* 
ing to the Fathers of the Oratory, Brompton, by whom donations to 
the AMQOiAtion will be thankfully received. 



220 CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 

AGED POOR SOCIETY. 

Patron and President, 
His Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, Archbishop of Westminster. 

Fice- Patron, 
Right Rev. Dr. Grant, Bishop of Southwark. 

Fice- Presiden ts. 

The Right Rev. Dr. Morris; the Earl of Arundel and Surrey; 
Lord Stourton ; Lord Clifibrd ; Lord Stafford ; Rev. Dr. Doyle; Rev. 
W. J. O'Connor; Rev. Dr. Baldacconi; Rev. Dr, Melia; Rev. E. 
Price ; Rev. J, Kyne ; Rev. J. Cotter ; Rev. D. Santry ; J. Heicy and 
Kenelm Digby, Esqs. 

Subscriptions and donations will he thankfully received by his 
Eminence the Patron and President; the Vice-Presidents; the Direc- 
tors ; the Hon. Secretary, C. J. Pagliano, Esq., The Lodge, Brook, 
green, Hammersmith; and by the Assistant Secretary and Collector, 
Mr. T. Blount, 2 Leicester- place. 



The Alvshovses— Cadogan-street, Chelsea. 
Under the special patronage of his Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, 

Archbishop of Westminster. 

There have been ten new rooms built at this charity, during the past 
year, in addition to the eight which were erected by the late Rev. John 
Rolfe ; so that there are now eighteen respectable aged women com- 
fortably accommodated there rent-free. There is ample space still 
remaining there for the erection of eight rooms more, but the Commit- 
tee regret the total absence of means to carry up the buildings. Con- 
tributions for that purpose, and also to supply coals and other neces- 
saries to the poor deserving inmates, will be thankfully received by the 
Very Rev. Provost Whitty, D.D. ; by the Very Rev. James Canon 
O'Neal ; and by the Very Rev. Monsignor Eyre. 



St. Joseph's Almshouses. 

In connection with the above Society at Brook Green, Hammer- 
smith. The Directors have the greatest satisfaction in informing the 
Catholic public that some of the Almshouses are now complete, and 
occupied. They have been built under the superintendence of Mr. 
Wardell, the architect, who is likewise building a new church on the 
same plot of ground. The whole of the fund has been expended, 
leaving a balance of about three hundred pounds still due to the builders. 
The present building will accommodate at least sixteen inmates ; there 
will ultimately be rooms for forty. The committee or board-room is 
in keeping with the rest of the building, and does great credit to the 
architect The directors now call upon the benevolent for contribu- 
tions towards the endowment fund ; seventy poimds have already been 
received for such purpose. 

Subscriptions will be thankfully received, either for the comple- 
tion of the almshouses or for the endowment fund, by any member of 
the Society, or by 

C. J. Pagliano, Hon, Sec, 



Ill AND NEAR L03ID0X. 221 

THE BROTHERHOOD OF ST. VINCENT OP PAUL. 

SubscripdoBs and donations in monej, clothes, shoes, blankets, 
flannel, &«., will be thankfully icceiTed bjr Ihe Presidents at the same 
address. In London, old useful articles of nurnituie may be forwarded 
to 58 Newman-street, Oxford-streeL 



BRIXTON CATHOLIC POOR SCHOOLS, 

10 St. Ann^M-roadj North Brixton. 

.The above Schools are badly supported, and hence the necessity of 
thus calling attention to them in the Directory. The number of chil* 
dren at present attending the Schools does not exceed one haubred. 
Twice that number should attend ; but they will not, so long as neigh- 
bouring Protestant Schools will give them gifts and gratuities. Will not 
some generous souls assist us under these circumstances T — Donations 
received by Right Rev. Bishop Grant; Rev. J. Cotter, Treasurer, St. 
George's Catholic Cathedral, Southwark; or the other Chaplains. 

ST. EDWARDS LYING-IN CHARITY, 

Blandford'tqiutre. 

The object of this interesting Charity is to provide the neeessanr 
linen and suitable nourishment for respectable married women during 
the month of their confinement The principal merit of this Charity, 
under the administration of the ouns, is, that no relief in pecuniary aid 
is bestowed, and that the ladies visit the objects of their charity, and 
minister to their wants according to the necessities of each individual 
case. Particular attention is paid to the recommendations of Sub- 
scribers tQ the Charity. Subscriptions are thankfully received by the 
Rev. Mother, at the Convent ; and by the rev. gentlemen at Our Lady's 
Church, St. John's-wood, and of SL Jameses Church, Spanish-place. 



ASYLUM FOR DESTITUTE ORPHANS, 

St. Mary's Orphanage, 

North Hyde, Hownslow, Middlesex. 

Visitor, — His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster. 
Rector. — The Very Rev. Canon Shepherd. 

There is accommodation in this establishment for 100 boys; but 
from want of means only 76 are at present accommodated. The public 
is earnestly entreated to befriend this most important of our charities. 

Subscriptions received by his Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop 
of Westminster, 8 York-place, Portman>square ; by the Joint- Stock 
Bank, 69 Pall Mall ; by the Very Rev. Canon O'Neal, Grove-road, 
St John's-wood ; and the Rev. James Bamber, 6 Spanish-place, Man- 
chester-square. 

An account is open at the Commercial Bank, Henrietta- street, 
Covent-garden, in the names of the Very Rev. Monsignor Searle, and 
the Very Rev. Canon Shepherd. 

Masters wishing for apprentices from this establishment are re- 
quested to communicate with the rector. 

K 



j}22 CHARITABIB INSTITUTIONS 

ST. JAMES'S, SPANISH-PLACE, CHARITY SCHOOLS. 

Under the management of the Clergy, assisted Ijy several lajr-gen- 
tlemen of the congregation. 
The Schools are : 

1. High-street; 2 for boys, 1 for girls, and 1 tor infknts. 

2. Moore-street, Edgeware-road ; 1 for boys and 1 for girls. 

3. Orch^rd^plaee, Portman-tquarp ; 1 tor giri9 and infants. 

4. Bulstiode-mews { 1 for girls and infants. 

5. Charlton- street, Fitzroy-sauare ; 1 for girls and infants. 
Contributions will be gratefully received by the Clergy of St. 

James's ; W. J. Lescher, Esq. ; A. Blount, Esq., 1 Montague-place ; 
and by Mr. Bums, 17 Portman-street, 



BISHOPSGATE CATHOLIC SUNDAY SCHOOLS, 
14 New^treetf Bishopwgmt^-'Sirset, 



SOUTHWABK CHARITY SCHOOLS, 

St. George" i-fielii* 

For poor 3oys aiid Oirls attached to St. George's Church. 

HAMPSTEAD CATHOLIC SCHOOLS, 

8t* Mary\ Holly-place. 

STRATFORD, WALL END, AND WEST HAM CATHOLIC 

SCHOOLS. 



INSTITUTION FOR FIRST COMMUNION, 

15 Wood-streetf Spitalfields, 

Under the patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop, 
and the Spiritual Direction of the Marist Fathers. 

The object of this Institution is to instruct young women of good 
character who are deprived of the means of preparing for their first 
communion. It was established on the Feast of St Anne, 1853. 
During two years and three months ninety poor girls, their ages vary- 
ing from fourteen to twenty-two, have been supported, clothed, and 
instructed in the Institution. Sixty- three girls have been placed in 
good situations ; thirteen returned to their parents ; and there are at 
present fourteen girls in the house. 

These poor young women have been supported and clothed, with the 
exception of six, whose friends have paid a small sum towards their 
support. The young women are employed in washing and needlework. 

The Sisters have an establishment at 17 Princes- street, Spitalfields; 
an infant school for boys and girls under seven years of age; a girls* 
school; a work-room for young women; and an evening school for 
adults. They receive religious instruction, and are taught reading, 
writing, arithmetic, and singing. There is also a Sunday-school for 
cliildren and adults, who are taught the same as in the evening school. 



I» AHD NEAR LONDOK* 223 

^ Tliwe is alM • Ltnding Llbnrjr •£ pioat siid instructive liooks, 
raitftble iut tit* young gnif who attoid tbs schools; snd hoo]u m 
distr^iited every Sunday after seheol. It most be obsenred, that the 
greater auaaber of children are so extremely poor as to require food 
and slotfainif, whieh the Sisiers {voride as far as their means will per- 
mit^ Tfaej ahM> devote a portion of every Saturday and Sunday to the 
visitiBg and inttmoiloa of the poor in their own houses. 



tJnder the patronage of Our Lady of Mercy. 

ST. MARY'S ORPHANAGE AND HOSPITAL, 
Maryvale^ Binningham. 
"To Thee is the poor abandoned; ThouwUt be a helper to the orpbAU."-* 

Subseiiptions and Donations will be gratefully received by the 
Rev. Mother Superioress, St Mary's Convent, Hands worth, Birraiog* 
ham; or they may be forwarded to the Right Rev. Dr. UUathorne, 
Bishop^s House, BirmiBgham; the Right Rev. Dr. Weedall, St Mary's 
College, Oscett; the Very Rev. Dr. Moore, St Mary's Presbytery, 
Han^worth; John Hardmaa, Esq., Great Charles-street, Birming- 
luun ; or to the Joint^^Stoek Bank, 69 Pall Mall, London. 



Under the patronage of 

HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL WISEMAN, 

Ajrehbishop of Westminster ; 

Right Hen. Dowager Lady Stourton ; Right Hon. Lady Camoys ; 

and Mrs. Strickland Standlsh. 

THE MEDICAL BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION, 

Por supplying Medical Advice, Medicines, Visitation, and Sanitary 
Care to the Siok Poor of the Warwick-street, 8oho, and Spanish-place 
^tiiots. 

Founded in 1848 by W. Brett, Esq , M.R.C.S., 

18a Maddox-sireety Hanover-sguare. 

" Salus if^firmoruWi Ora pro nobis,*' 

Compassion for a suffering fellow- creature, and promptitude in 
i^seuing him from present danger and impending death, are gems 
of the Divine Essence, and virtues of the Divine nature, whieh God hat 
pUuUed in the minds of all men, and yet more abundantly stored in 
^ hearts of men of good-wiU. These are the talents of whieh the 
strictest account must be rendered. Have you saved life by doing 
l^erey, or killed a man by extinguishing charity and ignoring humanity 
in his regard? Sickness don't wait! life or death is the issue! The 
CMe is urgent The duty is positive. The Creator, who comnianded 
Israel to leave to the poor aiid the strangers ears of the eorn*fields, 
And grapfs of the vineyard not a few, has given to yen abundantly, and 
left to all men and to all times a perfect example of true oempaiaion, in 



224 CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 

saving the life of the wounded stranger. Your suppliant now is no 
stranger. Your Christian brother is in pain and in danger ; and he 
crieth to thee ! Have you had compassion on him ? Have you saved 
him ? If not, think well on it You build up indeed the earthly, the 
temporal building, and all its appurtenances, high and towering to the 
angry heavens ! Do you even prop up the sickly souls, and the 
famishing bodies of the poor ? ** He that hath the substance of this world, 
and shall see his brother in need, and shall shut up his bowels from him, 
how doth the charity of God abide in him?" (1 St. John iii. 17.) 
Compassion, therefore, that spirit of heaven, and prompt relief, its ap- 
proved fruit, were of strict obligation under Moses and the prophets ; 
but how much more stringent is the obligation become since the king- 
dom and compact of love were promulgated ? ** This is my command- 
ment, that you love one another, as I have loved you." (St John xv. 12.) 
I pray you, therefore, pass not by unheeded, unpitied, and unrelieved, 
your poor sick and dying brethren, as the Priest, the Levite, and the 
Lawyer passed by, and left to perish the wounded stranger. Do rescue 
some of the many wounded, afflicted ones of the household of faith, 
who contribute to your riches, and who minister to your comforts and 
pleasures in many ways. The world is the rich man's friend ; but the 
poor man has no friends. His streams are no more ; no lands smile, no 
rivers flow for him. Look around you, and your awakened charity will 
heal the wounds, the sorrows, and trials of the sick. Behold ! the rich 
become richer, and the poor become poorer day by day. Hence it is, 
that we have the cities of joy and the cities of sorrow ; and so it is that 
Christianity bleeds at both ends. If this were the place for historical 
parallels, we could exhibit the pride of prosperity, the ruin of the 
people ; ay, more, and the fall of the mighty. We could show in the 
mirror of Divine Truth the heavens themselves made as iron, and the 
earth as brass, to the richly-endowed and loved ones, because they had 
neglected the poor man, and sold him for a pair of shoes. The poor 
have many claims, and their advocates are the priests of God. They 
work very hard ; they enrich contractors ; but the children of toil are 
poor indeed. Their labours are many, their wages small, their food 
scanty, and their illnesses make the angels weep. Alas, alas ! thus it 
is that two or three generations of the sick-poor ascend on high to give 
in their testimony, before Dives is summoned to his account in the 
land of spirits. To set before ray eyes the body of this sin, and the 
immensity of this death, I was obliged to refer to a sermon preached in 
the year of Redemption One, more than 1 500 years ago, by the brother 
of the Lord : " Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl in your 
miseries, which shall come upon you." (St. James v. 1 .) Read the sub- 
sequent verses down to the 7th verse inclusive. Come to the rescue, 
and join the goodly company of our charitable and illustrious Cardinal 
Archbishop, and the many noble persons who now support the Medical 
Benevolent Institution, and who have sustained it for many years. 

The Clergy. — A subscription of One Guinea per annum provides 
medical care for four sick-poor. 

The Nobility and Gentry. — An annual subscription of One Guinea 
provides annual medical care for three persons. 

N.B. Donations of larger amount will be applied to meet urgent 
cases, and to extend the charity. 



IN AND NEAR LONDON. 225 

INSTITUTION FOR CATHOLIC SERVANTS, 
15 BloJidford'ttreet, Portman-sqtiare, 

Established in 1846. 

Under the patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal Archhishop of 
Westminster, all the Bishops, Clergy, Nohility, Gentry, &c. 

President, — The Most Rev. George Errington, Archbishop of 

Trebizonde. 

Treasurer, — ^Very Rev. Monsignor Eyre. 

Secretary, — Mr. Thomas Boyce. 

Commiltee, 
The Most Rev. the Archbishop of Trebizonde. 
The Very Rev. Monsignor Eyre. 
The Very Rev. Canon O'Neal. 
The Very Rev. Canon Hunt. 
The Earl of Arundel and Surrey. 
The Right Hon. Lord Stafford. 
John Towneley, Esq. 

Lists of servants forwarded to families until they are suited, on the 
receipt of postage-stamps, viz. 2s. 6d. for all classes of servants, except 
maids-of- all- work, Is, Employers subscribing one guinea will be 
supplied with every description they may want during the year. 

Annual subscriptions for upper servants, ds, ; xrnder servants, 
28. M, . 



N^,B, Too late for insertion in the proper place* 

EDUCATION. 

A University Graduate and Honourman (a Catholic), author of. 
several historical and other literary works, receives at his rooms in 
London, separately or in class, gentlemen preparing for the Universities 
or for the Public Service. Instruction in Latin, Greek, French, 
Italian, German, Mathematics, and English Composition. Lectures 
on History, Literature, and Science, delivered at schools in London 
and in the country. Reference to several dignitaries of the Church 
and eminent Laymen. Address, A.B., care of Mr. Dolman, 61 New 
Bond-street, London. 



22a 
OBITUARY. 




" It is a boly and vpholesonie thought to pray for the dead, that they may 



be loosed from their sins."— 2 MacCAS. xll 



► pra; 
.46. 



Of your charity pray for the repose rf the sauU </ thtfiilowing 

fait}\fui departed : 



CLERGY. 



1854. 



Dec. 17. Rev. Father Austin (Edgar), O.P. 

— Rev. John Scott, S.J., Boston. 

— Rev. Thomas Sherburne, of The Willows. 

19* Rev. John O'Brien, S.J., at StonyhuFSt CoBege, 
1855. 

Jan. 25« Rev Randal) Lythgee, SJ., at Great Yarifiotitb. 

Feb. 5. Rev. Michael Canty, at Balaklava. 

21. Rev. Anthony Macdermott, at Berwick-upon-Tweed, 
28. Rev. Thomas Smith, Croxdale Hall, Durham, aged 78. 

— Rev. J. Lecuona, Hackney. 

March 4. Rev. Timothy Idle, S.J., at Stonyhurst, aged 63. 
May . Right Rev. Nicholas Foran, Bishop of Waterford and 
Lismore. 
. Rev. Thomas Hurst, at the English College, Lisbon, 

in his 81st year. 
7. Most Rev. Francis Joseph Nicholson, Archbishop of 
Corfu, at Woodebesler Parkf nefar JStroiid, Gloucw- 
terahire. 
. Rev. Stephen Dambrine. 
• Rev. Denis Sheahan. 
June 23. Right Rev. L. O'DoQuell, Bishop of Galwax. 
July . Very Rev. Dr. Rosminit founder and first General of 
the Order of the Institute of Charity, at Streza, 
Piedmont. 
. Right Rev. Bishop Monaghan, Bishop of Roseau, 
Dominica, and the Leeward Islands, at St Thomas% 
on his passage to Europe for the benefit of his health. 
28. Rev. James Doyle^ at Kingston, Surrey, in his 46th 
year. 

— Abb^ Boigelot, of the French Chapel, London. 



OBITUARY. 227 

Aug. 15. Kev. James Sheil, chaplain to the English forces before 
Sebastopol, late Vice-Rector of the English College^ 
Valladolid» in his 38th year, much and very deeply 
regretted. 

Sept. • BroSier Benedict, O.C., at St. Bernard^ Ahbey^ 
Leicestershire. 
27. Right Rev. Dr. Benito Femandea, V.A. of Jamaica. 

Oct. 8. Rev. Henry White, S.J., at Valetta, Malta, aged 30. 
9. Rev. J. G. Morris, late of Ulverston, at Birkenhead, 

Nov. 15. Very Rev. Canon Gillett, of Croa, aged S3. 

23. Rev. George Gradwell, late of Preston, at Torquay. 

24. Rev.^ Charles Gordon, Aberdeen* 
Rev.' John Chisholm. 

The Alphabetical List was printed hefmre the deM* ef&ejow last- 
named Priests were known. 



1854. RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

Feb. . Sistet Mary Theteia Smith, (»f the Eti^lish Brigittine 

Convent, Lisbon, aged 50 years, Pl-ofT 87 yftars. 

Dec. 31. Lay Sister Mary Bridget (Corry), of the Sacred Passion, 
O.S.T., at Mount Carmel, Darlington, aged 88, Prof. 

1855. 57 years. 

March 11. Venerable Mother Frances Xaveril (Jessop), 'of the 
Mother of God, O.S.T., at Mount Carmel, Darling- 
ton, aged 88, Prof. 65 years. 

April 25. Sister Mary Gertrude Marshall, O.S.B., Lay Sister, 
aged 6S, Prof. 80 years, at Hammerstttfth. 

May 12. Sister Mary Margaret Ashton, at the Cistercian Con- 
vent of Our Lady of La Trappe, Stapehill, Wimbom, 
in the 46th year of her age and the 16th of her Re- 
ligious Profession. 
19. Sister Mary Malony, Superioress of the Convent, St. 
Helier's, Jersey. 

Aug. 23. Sister Seraphina (Elizabeth Margaret Bareham), of 
the Order of Notre Dame, in her 24th year. 

Sept 20. Mary Barbara Carter, of the English Brigittine Con- 
vent, Lisbon, aged 67, Prof. 88 years, Lay Sister. 
24. Sister Mary Placida Kavanagh, O.S.B., Lay Sister, 
aged 59, Prof. 37 years, at Haranifersmith. 

Nov. 28. Sister Mary Vincent Agnes Cholmeley, Sister of Mercy, 
aged 39, Prof. 7 years. 
Dame Mary Walburga Raby, O.S.B., Aged 33, Pro£ 
5 years at Oulton. 

1851. LAITY. 

Nov. 9. Mrs. Constantia Walsh, on the South Parade, Batbi 

1853. aged 83. 

July 18. Ellen, youngest daughter of Mr. D. Bolongaro, of 
Belgrave Terrace, Cheetham, Manchester, aged 28. 



228 



OBITUARY^ 



1854. 


Feb, 


16. 


May 


1. 


Aug. 


24. 


Nov, 


4. 




11. 


Dec. 


3. 




10. 




12. 




19. 




23. 


1855. 


Jan. 


3. 




9. 




16. 




23. 




24. 




29. 


Feb. 


4. 




6. 




17. 




22. 




24. 




26. 




28. 


March 15. 




24. 




25. 


April 


9. 




13'. 




19. 




21. 


May 


6. 




14. 



Mr. Henry Hansom, of York, aged 75. 

Francis Cholmeley, Esq., of Brandsby Hall, aged 70. 

Mrs. Amelia Ann Collier, aged 63. 

Isabel Chisliolm, who died at sea on the passage to 

Australia. 
Mr. T. B. Young, of West Bank, Sheffield, univeisally 

respected, aged 41. 
Mary Padbury, aged 78. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Crombleholme, at Preston. 
Miss Monica Cary, aged 20. 
Mary, widow of the late Vincent Eyre, Esq., at No. 16 

Lower Berkeley-street. 
John Martinscroit, aged 35. 

Miss Anna Maria Robello, aged 32. 

Mrs. Margaret Floris, aged 41. 

Miss Margaret Wharton Nind, aged 33. 

Mr. Baylis Attenbrow, aged 80, at Stratton Audley, 

Bicester, Oxfordshire. 
Joseph Spencer, Esq., aged 54. 
Mr. William Crookall, father of the Very Rev. Dr. 

Crookall. 
Miss Elizabeth Hansom, of Mickle-gate, York, aged 80. 
Julia Neil, aged 55* 
Mrs. Mary Durrant, aged 78. 
John Exton, Esq., at Eastwell, aged 85. 
Mrs. Teresa Peart, aged 48. 

James Weld, Esq., of Archer's Lodge, Southamp- 
ton. 
Miss Holmes, of Preston, aged 36. 
Mr. George AUeguen, 44th Regiment. 
Martha, relict of the late Thomas Winter, Esq., of 

Marine- square, Brighton, in the County of Sussex, 

in the 80th year of his age. 
Mrs. Maiy Bewick, of Minster- Acres, in the County 

of Northumberland, aged 67. 
Miss Julia M. Mason, at Chelmsford, in her 69th year, 

formerly of Lancaster. 
Miss Elizabeth Carter, of Lytham. 
Dorothy Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Smith, of 

Stockton-on-Tees, aged 17. 
Mrs. Mary Agnes Collis, late of Romford, 
Miss Louisa Lynch, aged 26. 
Maria Staniforth, aged 25. 
Thomas Smith, Esq., aged 80. 
Miss Maria Dempsey, aged 28. 
Mr. Charles John Rymer, late of Northampton, at the 

residence of his father, 10 Nassau- street, Soho- 

square, aged 34. 



OBITUARY. 229 

May 19, Mr. Joseph Delany, at his residence, Park-place, Green- 
wich, in his 79th year. 
22* Maria Eleanor^ the only and beloved daughter of 
Stephen Roche, Esq., of Rayahill, co. Galway, at 
Manchester-street, London. 
26. Maria, wife of General Andrews, and daughter of the 
late Charles ConoUy, Esq., of Midford Castle, at 
Vellore, after receiving all the rites of the Church. 

28. Mr. Charles Macdaniel, late of 343 Oxford-street, at 

16 Clapham-park- terrace, aged 77. 

— Mr. Joseph Dempsey, of 91 Chamber-street, aged 78. 
June 10. Mr. John Lewis, of the Hind, near Weobly, and for- 
merly of Botherwas, near Hereford, aged 69. 

21. John Floris, Esq., aged 43. 

22. Thomas Matthews, Esq., aged 79. 

29. Maria, eldest daughter of the late Henry Robinson, 

Esq., of Hyde-park-place. 

— Miss Geusani, of Wolverhampton, aged 44. 

July 5. John Cunningham, father of the late Rev. John 
Cunningham, formerly of Jersey, aged 83> 

17, Charles Throckmorton Witham, Lieutenant Royal 

Marines, at Balaklava, aged 22. 

18. Sarah Spicer, of Walsall, Staffordshire, aged 16. 
20. Charles Nevill, aged 22. 

27. Joseph Knight, Esq., formerly of Chelsea, at Bitham 
House, near Banbury, the residence of Thomas A. 
Perry, Esq., his nephew-at-law, in the 7dth year of 
his age. 
August 3. Francis Cholmeley, Esq., of Brandsby Hall, aged 44. 
4. Mr. Weeks, of Salisbury, aged 75. 
7. Thomas Dunn, Esq., formerly of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, at 28 Montagu-square, London, aged 59. 
30. Arabella Caroline Byrne, aged 69. 
Sept, 6. Francis 0*Byrne, Esq., of Ballydavid House, co. Wa- 
terford, at Brussels, in the 51st year of his age. 

13. Colonel Jonathan Trelawny, at Trelawny, Cornwall, 

aged 70. 

14. Diana Anne Geraldine Campbell, aged 26. 

29. Hannah, the beloved wife of John Higgs, Sidney Street, 
Islington, late of Cheadle, Staffordshire. 
Oct. 3. Esther Baines, wife of Thomas, brother of the late 
Bishop Baines, aged 64. 
7. Mrs. Elizabeth Hansom, widow of Mr, Richard Han- 
som, of York, aged 67* 

— Joseph de Yrigoyti, aged 74, at London. 

14. Alfred, youngest son of the late Joseph Greenep, o; 
Bastonford, Worcester, in the 37th year of his age. 
at Georgetown, Demerara. 

20, Mrs. Margaret Agnes Mason, widow of the late Michae! 
Mason, Esq., Qf Newington. 




oBiTUAar. 



Oct, 22. Frederick Lneas, Bsq., M.P«« most deejply and uoi- 

versally regretted, aged 44. 
23. Jobu Dobinson, at SummerhoiMe, near Darlington, 
aged 61. 
Not. 4. Creorge Peter MoUneux, Esq., late of Brook Green. 

7* Mrs. Cuchlow, wife of Tltomas CucMow, of Tenford, 

Cheadle, Stafibrd^ire, aged 95v 
8. Elizabeth, widow of the late Kicbard Kuby, of Bath- 
place, Iieicester, at Munich, in her ^Gth year. 
20. Martha, the widow of John Froggatt,. Esq., formerly of 
Worksop Manor and Shireoaka Hall, Notts, at 
Worksop, aged 8^. 



mtm 



ECCLESIASTICAL REGISTER 

OtimvATtcms of Pribst9 m EirotAUD 
Since the publication of last year's Directory. 

St. Edmund's ColUge, Old Haii Green* 
RevT. Edward Lescher^ Alexius Mills, and Edmund Pennington, 18th 

Feb. \S6li. 
RevT. Edmund Tunstall and Bernard Fallon (at the Cardinal Arch* 

bishop's house), 33d Sept. 18^5. 

5/. €utkbert*t Cellege, Vekam 
Rev. Thomas Wrennall, 12th Nor, 1854. 
RevT. Thomas Smith and Tobias Bolton, 23d Dee. 1854. 
Rey. Thomas Billington, 4th March \%i^ 
Rev. Thomas Walton, Ist April 1855. 
Rerr. E. W. RiddeU and Petrick Lyndh, 7tli Aug;. 1855. 

St. Marfi College^ Oieott. 
RevT. John Gibbons and Michael Garelli, 20th D«e. 1854. 
Rey. William Dunne, 91st Dec. 1854. 
Rey. James Northcote, ordained at Stone ?9Ch July 1855. 
Rerv. Thomas Duckett and John R. I^ortland, 22d Sept. 1855. 
Rev. Father Paul (Pakeaham), dOth Sept. 1855. 

At the Hyde. 
Rev. John Roberts, laCe oI'Merton College, Oxford ; Rev. John Hilarjf 
Dale, late of Christ Church, Oxford, and subseqilently a Missionary 
of the Establishment in New Zealand, 7€h Oct 1855. 

At Rom0, 
Rey. NeU Talbot. 

At the Oratory f BntmpUm. 
Father Sebastian of the Blessed Seeranent (aliae Sebastian Keen) ; 
Father Abon of St. Anthony (alias Alfred Coaby>f Father Osmond 
of the Holy Cross (alias Jebn Mftgtdre)i Pasirioniste, 25th Not. 1855« 

At Amptefmih. 
ReT. Thomas Aloysius Smfdi, 80th Nor. 185^. 



NEW CHURCHESi CHAPELS, AND MISSIONS OVKNM) 

IN GREAT BRITAIN SINCS NOVSBilBER 1854. 

Church at Teignmouth, Devonshire ; C Hadiottii ArshifeM* . 

St. Mary's Chorchi Leyland, Lancashirt* 

Church at Wolverhampton. 

Church of St. Joseph^ Bedfard-Leiglii Lmfladilre. 

Church at Blakeley, Lancashire. 

St. Joseph's Church at Avon Dassett, near Banboryi OadMahiirej 

Church of Our Lady of Mount CarmeU Barnes Greffi» mu Manoitaittf • 

St. I^unrence's Church, Greenock, Renfrewahira. 

Church of Our Lady at ChippenhAm« Wilts } Hansonit Architeet^ 

Church of St. Anne, Spitalfields, London ; 6. Blount, Arckiteot. Th« 

total cost of this beautiful church waa 11,951/. 12«. td*p of wliicll 

upwards of 2000/. remain unpaid. 
Church at Black HUl, Shotley Bridge, Gateshead. 
Pro-Cathedral for the Diocese of Newpoct and MMmrUf tt Bdm^atr 

Herefordshire. 
Church and Schools at Flint. 
Church at St. Asaph's* 
Church at Chichester. 

Church of the Immaculate Coiicepttoil at Batustdple, North Detroit. 
Chapel at Rhyl, Flintshire. 
Chapel for the Convent, Oalton Abbey. 
Chapel at HoUoway. 
Chapel atWoodhill, Perthshire. 
Chapel and Schools of Our Lady of the Rosary, Wlnche8t6lr-row, New 

Road, Iiondon. 
Chapel of Our Lady of La Salette of the Convent of the Good Shep- 
herd, Dalbeth, near Glasgow ; Hadfield and Goldie, Architects. 
New Chancel of the Cathedral Church of St. John, Salford. 
Mission of the Immac. Conception of the B.T.M. atTudhoe, Dufham. 
Mission at Holyhead. 
Mission at Blackpool, Lancashire. 
Mission at Walton, near Preston. 
Missions at Hooley Lodge (Rdgate)) Botlelgh Gnuige, Beckham; 

and Wimbledon. 
Mission at Kingsland. 
New Sckools at Stella. 
School at Wigton, Cumberland. 
Schools enlarged and improve at Darlingtui^ 
Schools at Penny Well, Bristod. 
School at St. Mail's, BriatoL 
Private Oratory attached to the Residence of jMepb €HUow^ Baq^, 

f renchwood-street, Preston* 

Not*. — Mr. Edward W. Pugin has requested correction of two 
mistakes in last year's Directory ; viz. that the Chapel of St. Joseph, 
Hmislel, Leeds, is MToneously attributed to him as the architect; and 
that the Church of St. Mary, Leith, attributed to Mr. J. Haniomf was 
designed by him. 



232 ECCLESIASTICAt REGISTER. 

FOUNDATIONS OF NEW CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &c. 

LAID SINCE NOVEMBER 1854. 

Church for Ampleforth College. 

Church of St. Patrick, Walsall. 

Church at Ugthorpe, Yorkshire. 

Church of St. John, Melville-street, Perth, Scotland. 

Church at Cockermouth, Cumberland. 

Church at Duckinfield, Cheshire. 

Church at Felton, Northumberland. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception and St. Ninian, at Wooier, 

Northumherland ; Hadfield and Goldie, Architects. 
New Church at Gosport, Hants ; Phillips, Architect. 
Church and Schools at Nantwich, Cheshire. 
Church at Peckham, Surrey. 
Church at Bacup, Lancashire. 
Church at Pendelbury, Lancashire. 
Church at Hey wood, Lancashire. 
St. Clare's Abbey at Darlington, Durham. 

The following are designed by Mr. E. W. Pugin, Architect : 

Church of Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland. 

Church of St. Edward the Confessor, Everton, near Liverpool. 

Church of St. Vincent of Paul, Liverpool. 

Church of St. David, Wrexham ; to be erected at the sole expense of 

— Thompson, Esq. 
Church at WUlenhall. 
Church of the Immaculate Hearts of Jesus and Mary at Blackpool, 

Lancashire ; to be erected at the sole expense of Miss Monica Clara 

Tempest. 
Chapel of the Holy Family, Wigan ; for William Gerard Walmsley, Esq. 
Chapel of St. Charles, Danesfield, near Great Marlow ; for Charles 

R. Scott Murray, Esq. 
Enlargement of St Mary's Churcli, Derby ; for the Very Rev. Thos. 

Canon Sing. 

The following, formerly noticed, were also by Mr. Pugin : 

The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, now erecting 
at Shrewsbury. 

The Cathedral for the Diocese, which will, for certain reasons, be 
erected at Birkenhead. 

The Church of St. Michael and all the Angels (which will be the pro- 
Cathedral for the Diocese of Newport and Menevia), now erecting at 
Belmont, near Hereford, at the sole expense of — Wegg-Prosser, Esq, 

Monastery for the Benedictine Order. 

Oratory of St. Philip Neri, Hope-street, Liverpool ; opened in 185S. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception, Oulton, near Stone. 

N.B. Architects are respectfully requested to send notices <^ the 
Churphes, Chapels, Schools, &c. designed by them, with any particu- 
lars they may think useftd, to the Editor, 10 Fitzroy-street, London ; 
or to Messrs. Bums and Lambert^ the Publishers of the ** Catholic 
Piregtprjr." ' ' ' ^^ " • . "^ 



ECCLESIASTICAL REGISTER. 233 



CONVERSIONS. 



Among the Conversions which have occurred during the past year 
the following are the most notable : 

Bjer. Edmund B. Foulkes, B.D., late Fellow and Tutor of Jesus 
College, Oxford; Bachelor and M.A. ; author of the ** Counter 
Theory," in opposition to Dr. Newman's ** Development of Chris- 
tian Doctrine," and a " Manual of Ecclesiastical History to the 
end of the Twelfth Century." 
Kev. William Palmer of Magdalen College, Oxford, brother of R. 
Palmer, Esq., M.P. 

Rev. Charles E. Parry, B.A., late Curate of St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London. 

Rev. Edward B. Deane, LL.D., late Fellow of All Souls' College, Ox- 
ford, and Vicar of Lewknor, Oxfordshire. 

Rev. John Pyndar Wright, of King's College, London, late Minister 
to the English Colony on the Railway in Savoy. 

Rev. W. B Witcher, a Graduate of the Protestant General Seminary 
of New York, and since then a Clergyman in the Diocese of Wes- 
tern New York. 

Rev. Homer Wheaton, formerly Pastor of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church at Plougkeepsie, New York. 

Rev. William Markoe and his Wife and Family, before his conversion 
Protestant Episcopal Minister at Wisconsin, New York. 

Rev. George Hobart Doane, son of the Protestant Bishop of New 
Jersey, U.S. 

Rev. Mr. Lascelles, late Incumbent of Merevale, Warwickshire. 

Rev. J. J. T. Somers Cocks, lately Rector of Sheviocke, Cornwall. 

Rev. George Rose, of the Established Church. 

The Right Honourable the Earl of Dunraven. 

Colonel Wood, R.A. 

Carlton R. Bayley, Esq., brother of the Protestant Bishop of Newark. 

Gemschid-Raschid Bey, a Turkish Major of Cavalry, received at 
Rome by the Bishop of Montreal. 

Captain Silvester Maguet, a Hungarian nobleman. 

The Count de Stolberg, grandson of the historian of the same name. 

The Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry. 

Lady Burke, widow of the late Sir John Burke, of Marble Hill, Bart. 

The Honourable Lady Henniker. 

Miss Henniker. 

Mrs. Spurgeon, widow of the late Charles Spurgeon, Esq., of Lynn, 
Norfolk, and grand-daughter of the late Dr. Bathurst, Bishop of 
Norwich ; also the Misses Spurgeon, her two daughters. 

Miss Lawfield, one of the English Protestant nurses at Scutari. 

Mrs. Helen Thompson, widow of the late J. Healy Thompson, Esq., 
of Hanbrook House, near Chichester. R.I.P. 

Mrs. Georgina E. Eaton, of Keltoi^ H$dl, Rutland, now Mrs. Rt 
Lamb, of Axwell Park, Durham, 

Miss Candlish. 



234 



ALMANAC FOR THE YEAR 1866. 



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Annivenaries, &c. 



JANUARY XXXI. DAYS. 
Union with Ireland, 1801 
Sun rises 8h 8ni. Sets 4h Im 
Dividend payahle at the Bank 
Twelfth Day 
Plough Monday 
Fontenelle died, 1657 
Penny Postage commenced, 1840 
Bishop Challoner died, 1781 
Sun rises 8h Im. Sets 4h 19m 
Rey. Dr. Kellison died, 1641 
Lord Byron horn, 1788 
Bishop Penswick died, 1886 

FEBRUARY XXIX. DAYS. 

Salmon fishing begins in Scotland 

Sun rises 7h 41m. Sets 4h 48m 

Fiazman, sculptor, died 1820 

Mary Queen of Scots murderedi 1585 

Queen Victoria married, 1840 

Washington born, 1723 

St Valentine's Day 

Sun rises 7h 18m. Sets 5h 11m 

Michdel Angelo died, 1564 

Bishop Walsh died, 1849 

Sir J. Reynolds died, 1792 

MARCH XXXI. DAYS. 

Hare hunting ends 

Sun rises 6h 46m. Sets 5h 40m 

Bishop ColHngridge died, 1829 

Tripartite Treaty betw. England^ France, ft Ttttkey, 1854 

Bishop Oradwell died, 183^ 

Sun rises 6h >2m. Sets 6h Btn 

Richard Smith, bishop of Chalced<m, died 165/^ 

Sir Isaac Newton died, 1727 

Lady Day 

Duke of Cambridge bom, 1819 

Declaration of W>r with Russia, 1854 

APRIL XXX, DAYS. 

Expediti«^Bto North Pole sailed, 1818 

Sun rises 5b 34m. Sets 6h 35m 

Archbishop Crolly died, 1848 

Professor Wilson died; 1854 

Lord Bacon died, 1626 

Cardinal Weld died, 1837 

Bishop William Gifl&rd died, 1629 



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Annivenaries, ftc. 



F. R. Parsons, S.J., died 1610 

William Bishop, Bishop of Chale«4on» died 1624 

Lord Byron died, 1824 

Bishop Milner died, 1826 

Catholic Emancipation Bill received Royal Asient, 1829 

London Unitersity founded, 1827 

Battle of Fontenoy 

MAY XXXL DAYS. 

Sun rises 4h 33ra. Sets 7h 22m 
Napoleon I. Emperor, died 1821 
Bishop Smith died, 1711 
Rev. Alban Butler died, 1773 
Daniel 0*Connell died, 1847 
Odessa bombarded, 1855 
Queen Victoria bom, 1819 
Cardinal Beaton murdered, 1547 

JUNE XXX. DAYS. 

Lord Howe's Victory, 1794 

Bishop Gibson died, 1821. Bun riset 3h film. Sets 8h Sn 

Bishop Leyburn died, 1703 

Crystal Palace, Sydenham, opened, 1854 

Sun rises 3h 45m. Sets 8b 15m 

Accession of Queen Yietoria, 18^7 

The Queen proelainied, 1837 

Midsummer Day 

King George IV. died 1830 

Coronation of Queen Victoria, 1838 

JULY XXXL DAYS. 
Battle of the Nile, 1798 
Sun rises 3h 50m. Sets 8h I7m 
Dividends payable at Bank 
Bishop Baines died> 1843 
Bishop Bramston died^ 1836 
Sun rises 4h 4m. Sets 8h 8m 
Rev. Dr. Lingard died, 1851 
St. Cuthbert's College opened, 1800 
Revolution in France, 1830 
Mopsig. Afire, Archbishop of Paris, died 1848 
Bishop Thomas Smith dfed, 1831 

AUGUST XXXL DAYS. 
Lammas Day 

Sun rises 4h 27m. Sets 7h 43ra 
Prince Alfred bom, 1844 
Fleet reviewed by the Queen af Spithead, 1854 
Bishop Griffiths died, 1847 
Sun rises 4h 47m« Sets Th 20m 



236 



ALMANAC FOR THE YEAR 1856. 



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17 


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Battle of the Tcherna}^a, 1855 
Duchess of Kent born, 1786 
Pope Pius VII. died, 1 823 
Prince Albert born, 1819 

SEPTEMBER XXX. DAYS. 
Partridge shooting begins 
Sun rises 5h 16ni. Sets 6h 42m 
Battle of Worcester, 1651 
Fall of Sebastopol, 1855 
Battle of Flodden Field, 1513 

Duke of Wellington, and A. W. Pugin, architect, d. 1852 
Invasion of the Crimea by the Allies, 1854 
Battle of the Alma, 1854 
Battle of Kars, 1855 

OCTOBER XXXI. DAYS. 
Pheasant shooting begins 
Sun rises 6h 4m. Sets 5h 34m 
New Style introduced, 1582 
Canova died, 1822 
Bishop Hay died, 1811 
Cardinal Allen died, 1594 
Capture of Kinbum 
Battle of Trafalgar, 1805 
First meeting of Imperial Parliament, 1801 
Battle of Balaklava, 1854 

NOVEMBER XXX. DAYS. 
Sun rises 6h 56m. Sets 4h 31m 
Bishop Riddell died, 1847 
Battle of Inkermann, 1854 
Princess Charlotte died, 1817 
Prince of Wales bom, 1841 
Salmon fishing ends in Scotland 
Sun rises 7h 20m. Sets 4h 9m 
Rubens bom, 1577 
Cardinal Wolsey died, 1530 
Princess Royal bom, 1840 
Bishop Poynter died, 1827 

DECEMBER XXXI. DAYS. 
Council of Trent began, 1545 
Napoleon III. proclaimed Emperor, 1852 
Sun rises 7h 48m. Sets 3h 51m 
Mozart died, 1792 
John Milton born, 1608 
Washington died, 1799 
Winter begins. Shortest Day 
Sun rises 8h 6m. Sets 3h 52m 



237 



SOVEREIGNS OF EUROPE. 



Countries. 



Austria 

Bavaria 

Belgium 

Denmark 

England 

France 

Greece 

Hanover 

Holland 

Naples and Sicily ... 

Portugal 

Prussia 

Rome 

Russia and Poland ... 

Sardinia 

Saxony 

Spain 

Sweden- and Norway 

Turkey 

Wurtemberg 



Subject to 



Fran. Joseph I 

Maximilian II 

Leopold 

Frederick VII 

Victoria 

Napoleon III 

Otho I 

George V 

William III 

Ferdinand II 

Pedro V 

Frederick W. IV 

Pius IX 

Alexander II 

Victor Emanuel II... 
John Nepomuc M. J. 

Isabella II 

Oscar I 

Abdul Medjid 

William I 







'Began 


Titles. 


Bom. 


to 
reign. 


Emperor 


1830 


1848 


King 


1811 


1848 


King 


1790 


1831 


King 


1808 


1848 


Queen 


1819 


1837 


Kmperor 


1808 


1852 


King 


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Gr. Sign. 


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1816 



ECLIPSES OF THE SUN AND MOON IN THE YEAR 1866. 
There will be two Eclipses of the Sun and two of the Moon. 

I. Total Eclipse of the Sun in the morning of April 6, visible in 
the North Pacific Ocean, New Zealand, Australia, &c. 

II. Partial Eclipse of the Moon in the morning of April 20^ yisible 
from Eamtschatka, Sic. 

III. Annular Eclipse of the Sun early in the morning of Sept. 29, 
yisible in the North Pacific Ocean. 

lY. Partial Eclipse of the Moon, Oct. 13. Begins 21m. past 9 f.m. ; 
^Dds, 27m. after midnight. 

COMMON NOTES FOR THE YEAR 1856. 



Martyrol. Letter D 

Number of Direction 22 

Roman Indiction 14 

Julian period 6,569 



Lunar Cycle, or the Golden 

Number 14 

Epact 23 

Solar Cycle 17 

Dominical Letter E £ 

The year 5617 of the Jewish Era commences Sept. 30, 1856. 
Bamad4n (Month of Abstinence observed by the Turks) commencet 
on May 6, 1856. 

The year 1273 of the Moliammedan Era commences on Sept. 1, 1856. 



LAW TERMS, 1856. 

As settled by statutes 11 Geo. IV. and 1 Will. IV, cap. 70, sec. 6. 
(Passed July 23, 1830). 1 Will. IV. cap. 3, sec. 2. (Passed Dec. 28, 1830.) 
Hilary Term BeginsJan.il ... Ends Jan. 31 

Easter ... „ Apr. 15 ... „ May 8 

Trinity ... „ May 22 ... „ June 12 

Michaelmas „ Nov. 2 ... „ Nov. 25 

For returns on Statute 1 Will. IV. cap. 3, sec. 2. (Passed Dec. 23, 
1830.) 



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RECEIPTS. 



haf sum amounting to 21. and up- 
irardt, One Penny. 

TlM naJBM or initials of the giver of 
the Receipt to be inserted over the ad*> 
kesive GoTeniment Stamp, to show 
that it has been used. 

A penalty of 20i. for fraudulently 
removing adhesive stamps from any 
Receipt or ttaraft. 

The Stamp to be paid by the Person 
f ivlng the Receipt. 

Receipt Stamps necessary if money 
be paid by Promissory Notes, ftc. 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND 

PROMISSORY NOTES. 

Inland Bills of Exchange, Draft or 

Order for the payment to the Bearer» 

or to order at aay tim« otherwise than 

oil demand, or any sum of mo&ey. 



Not above 

Above £s and not aboTe 1 






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INLAND POaTAGB RATE8 

To and from all parts cf the United Kingdom and hlande* 

Lbttebs under ^oz.» \d, ; under loz., M. ; above los.t ^' ; &i>d 2d, 
additional, or two rates, for every additional ounce^ or fractioB of an 
oUBce. 

N.B. All letters must be prepaid ; and nnpi^cl WtteH are chttrgcd 
double ratea. 

Priuted Books, Pamphlets, Magazines, Reviewt, &0.5 may be tesi 
by post, if left open at the ends, at the following rates : — Under 4oz., 
Id. ; under 8oz., 2d, ; under 16oz., Ad, ; and 2d, for every additional 8oz. 
Must be prepaid. No Manuscript can be sent in this way unless tb^ 
postage amounts to id. or upwards. 



TERMS. 

Lent , 

Easter 

Trinity 

Michaelmas 



OXFORD. 

Begins. 
Jan. 14 
Apr. 2 
May 14 
Oct. 10 



THE UNIVBRaiTY TEBMS, 1866. 

CAMBRIDGE. 
JBeffifu. DMdet. 

May 18 m. 

Nov. 12 m 



JBndf. TCitHS. 
Mar. 15 f Lent 



May 10 
July 5 
Dec. 17 



Easter. 



Michaelmas 



Jan. 13 \ Feb. 
Apr. 2 



Oct. 10 



12 n. 



JSndi, 
Mar. 14 

July a 

... 
Dec. 16 



The Act July I The Commencement July 1. 



THE ROYAL FAMILY. 



Victoria, Queen, 
Prince Albert 
Prince of Wales 
Princess Royal 
Princess Alice 
Duke of York 
Princess Helena 



bem 



May 24, 1819 

Aug. 26, 1819 

Nov. 9, 1841 

Nov. 21, 1840 

Apr. 25, 1848 

Aug. 6, 1844 

May 25, 1846 



Princess Louisa born 
Prince Arthur 
Prince Patrick Leopold 
King of Hanover 
Duke of Cambridge 
Duchess of Oloueester 
Duchess of Kent 



Mar. 18, 1848 
May 1, 1850 
Apr. 7, 1853 
May 27, 1819 
Mar. 26, 1819 
Apr. 25, 1776 
Aug. 17, i78« 



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CHANGES OF THE MOOIf W 1M0, 



January. 

NewM. 7th llh. 16m. Afln. | FuU M. 22d 3h. 28iii. Mom. 
Vim Qr. 14th 9fa. 42m. Aftn. | lotst Qr. dOth 8h. d4tti. Morn. 

Fbbsuabt. 



lYev M. 6th lOh. 35ib. Mora. 
Fitst Qr. 18th Sfa. 11m. Mora. 



Fall M. 20th 9b. 40m. Aftn. 
Last Qr. 29th Ih. 41m. Mom. 



Mabch. 



FnU M. 2I«« 4h. 4m. Afki. 
Last Qr. 99th 1^, dim. Aftn. 



Vtm M. 6th 8h, 38m. Afto. 
FiKt Qr. 13th 2h. d6m. Aftn. 

April. 

New M. Sth 5b. 17ra. Mora. I Full M. 20th 9h. 13m. Mora. 
FnvtQr. 12th 4h. 52m. Mora. | Last Qr. 27tb llh. 26m. Aftn. 

MaIt. 

Kew M. 4th 2h. 42m. Aftn. | Full M. 19th llh. 56m. Aftn. 

First Qr. 1 1th 8h. A&m. Aftn. | Last Qr. 27tlL 5h. 33m. Mom. 

JtJlTB. 



Kew M. 2d llh. 39m. Aftn. 
Rrst Qr. 10th Ih. 50m. Aftn. 



Full M. 18th llh. 51m. Mora. 
Last Qr. 25th lOh. 16m. Mom. 



July. 



If or M. 2d 9h. 90m. Mora. 
First Qr. 10th 7h. 22m. Mora* 
FnU M. I7th 91i. 80m. Aftn. 



LastQr. 24th 3h. Im. Aftn. 
New M. 3l8t 9h. 7m. Aftn. 



AVOVST. 



Flrat Qr. 9th ]2h. 22m. Mora. 
Fun M. 16th 5h. 54m. Aftn. 



Last Qr. 22d 9h. 7m. Ailtn« 
New M. dOth llh. 19m. Mora. 



Skptsmber. 



First Qr< 7ib dh. 56m. Aftn. 
FnU M. 14th 2b. 6ra. Afln. 



Last Qr. aist 5h. 48m. Mora. 
Hew M. 29th 9h. 47m. Mora. 



October. 

First Qr. 7th 5h. a7m. Mora. | Last Qr. 20th 6h. 6m. Aftn. 
Full M. Idth lOh. 59m^ Aftn. | New M. 98th 9h. 54m« Aftn. 

NOVEMBBR. 

First Qr. 5th 5h. 22m. AftB« | Last Qr. 19th lOh. 8dm. Mora. 
Full M. I2tb 8h. 65m. Mom. [ New M. 27th 4h. Aftn. 

Dbcembeb. 

FiistQr. 5th ah. 2dsa. Mora. I LastQr. 19th 6h. 48m. Mem. 
Full M. nth 8h. 12m. Aftn. New M. 27th fib. 44m. Mom. 



240 



CATHOLIC PEERAGE, BARONETAGE, KNIGHTAGE, ETC., 

OF THE UNITED KINGDOM, ACCORDING TO 

SENIORITY OF CREATION. 

Earls. 

SHREWSBURY, 17th Earl of, and Earl of Waierford, iu Ireland 
(H46), Bertram Arthur Talbot, F.S.A., son of the late lieat.- 
Col Charles Thomas Talbot, by the 3d daughter of Sir Henry 
^ Joseph Tichbome, Bart. Born at Tichborne Park, Hants, Dea 
1832. Succeeded his cousin John, 16th Earl, 9th November 1852. 
Is Premier Earl in the English and Irish Peerage, Hereditary Lord 
High Steward of Ireland, and Deputy- Lieutenant for Stafford- 
shire. Seats: Alton Towers, Staffordshire; Heythrop House, 
Oxon ; Grafton House, Worcestershire .... 1442 
Heir presumptive : his kinsman, Earl Talbot. 

TRAQUAIR, 8th Earl of, Charles Stuart, son of the 7th Earl, 
by Mary, daughter and co-heir of George Ravenscroft, Esq., of 
Wickham, Lincolnshire; Baron Stuart, 1628; Baron of Linton 
and Caberstown, 1633; Baronet, 1629 (Scotland). Bom 31st 
Jan. 1781. Succeeded his father 14th Oct. 1827. Seat: Traquair 
House, Peebles-shire ....... 1633 

Heir presumptive : his sister Louisa, born 1776. 
' FINGALL, 9th Earl of, Arthur Jamrs Plunkktt, son of the 8th 
Earl, by Frances, only daughter of John Donellan, Esq., of Bally 
Donellan, county Galway; Baron Killeen, 1436 (Ireland); Baron 
Fingall, 1831 (United Kingdom). Born at Geneva 29th March 
1791 ; married, 11th Dec. 1817, Louisa, only daughter of Elias 
Corbally, Esq., of Corbalton Hall, county Meach. Succeeded 30th 
July 1836. Is a Knight of St, Patrick, Privy Councillor for 
Ireland, Visitor and Protector of Maynooth College, and Lord- 
Lieutenant and Custos Kotulorum of the county of Meath. Seat : 
Killeen Castle, Tara, Meath. Issue: 1. Arthur James, Lord Kil- 
leen, born at Naples 10th May 1819 ; 2. Hon. Elias Robert, bom 
23d Nov. 1820, died 27th May 1846 ; 3. Hon. Mary Frances, bom 
and died in 1822 ; 4. Hon. William Matthew, of the Order of 
Redemptorists, born 6th June 1824; 5. Lady Emma Frances, 
bom May 1826, married 12th Sept. 1850 William Ince Anderton, 
Esq., of Euxton Hall, Lancashire ; 6. Lady Henrietta Maria, bom 
1827, married Thomas William Charles Riddell, eldest son of 
Thomas Riddell, Esq., of Felton Park and Swinburne Castle, 
Northumberland; 7. Hon. Edmund Luke, born 17th Nov. 1828; 
8. Hon. George John, bom22d Sept. 1831 ; 9. Hon. Francis Rich- 
ard, born 3d Feb. 1835 1628 

KBNMARE, 3d Earl of, Thomas Brown, brother of the 2d 
Earl; Viscount Kenmare, 1800; Viscount Castlerosse, 1798 (Ire> 
land); Baron Kenmare, 1841 (United Kingdom). BomlSthJan. 
1789 ; married 26th Nov. 1822, Catharine, daughter and co-heir of 
Edmund O'Callaghan, Esq., of Kilgorey, county Clare (she died 
Nov. 2, 1854). Succeeded his brother 3lBt Oct. 1853. Seat: 
Kenmare House, Killamey, county Kerry. Issue : 1. Valentine 



CATHOLIC PEERAGE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. 2241 

Aufptttus YiBcoant Castlerosse, bom 16th May lS2d ; 2. Lady 
£Uen ; 8. Lady Catherine 1800 

CASTLESTUART, 8d Earl, Edwabd Stuart, Viscount of Castle- 
stnart, Lord Stnart, Baron of Castlestuart, co. Tyrone. Born 11th 
Sept. 1807. Succeeded his father 10th June 1854 ; married, Feb. 
1830, Emmeline, only surviving child of the late Benjamin Bathurst, 
Esq., and granddaughter of the late Bishop of Norwich. Seat : 
Stnart Hal^ Stewartstoun, county of Tyrone . . . 1800 
Heir presumptive : his brother Charles Knox, bom in 1810. 

DUNRAVEN and MOUNT-EARL, 8d Earl of, Edward Richard 
Windham Wtndbam Quin (Ireland). Born 19th May 1812. 
Succeeded his father 6th Aug. 1850; married, Aug. 18, 1836» 
Augusta, third daughter of Thomas Gold, Esq., late Master in the 
Irish Court of Chancery. Issue : 1. Lady Caroline Adelaide, born 
15th May 1838, died 2d July 1853; 2. Lady Augusta Emily, 
bom 10th August 1839 ; 8. Windham Thomas Viscount Adare, 
born 12th Feb. 1841; 4. Lady Mary Frances, bora 25th Nov. 
1844; 5. Lady Edith, bom 7th Sept. 1846; 6. Lady Emily Anna, 
bom 21st Jan. 1852. Seats : Adare Manor, Adare, county Lime- 
rick ; Dunraven Castle, Glamorganshire • • • .1822 

Viscounts. 

GORM ANSTOWN, 12thVi8Count, Jenico Preston, Baron Loundres, 
1478 (Ireland) ; only son of Anthony, 11th Viscount, by Harriet, 
daughter of John Robinson, Esq., of Denston Hall, Suffolk. Born 
3d Pec. 1775; married, 19th Dec. 1794, the Hon. Margaret 
Southwell, eldest daughter of Thomas Arthur, 2d Viscount South- 
well (she died *26th Jan. 1820.) Succeeded his father in 1786. Is 
a Trustee of Maynooth College. Seat: Gormanstown, county 
Meath. Issue: 1. Hon. Edward Anthony John, bom Sd June 
1796; married, 19th July 1836, Lucretia, eldest daughter of 
William Charles Jerningham, Esq., uncle to the 8th Lord Stafford ; 
2. Hon. Arthur Anthony, born 9th June 1798, died 20th April 
1827 ; 8. Hon. Jenico Charles, born 24th Sept. 1800 ; 4. Hon. 
Robert, born 22d Jan. 1802; 5. Hon. Charles, bom 28th April 
1803 ; 6. Hon. Harriet Sophia, born 2d Aug. 1805, died Aug. 
1814; 7. Hon. Edmund, born 16th Feb. 1809, died Sept. 1826 ; 
8. Hon. Matilda, married, 16th June 1842, Matthew Elias Cor- 
bally, Esq., of Corbalton Hall, county Meath ; 9. Hon. Thomas, 
bom 8d May 1817 ; married, 9th Aug. 1843, Margaret, fourth 
daughter of John Hamilton, Esq., of Sundrum, county Ayr. 1478 

TAAFE, 8th Viscount, Francis Taafe, Baron of Ballymote, 1628 
(Ireland), son of Randolph, 7th Viscount, by the Countess Jo- 
sephine Haugwitz. Bom 2d May 1789; married, 11th April 
1811, Countess Antonia Amad^ Von. Varkony. Succeeded his 
father 7th June 1830. Is a Count of the Empire, and Chamber- 
lain to the Emperor of Austria. Residence: Elishau Castle, 

Bohemia 1628 

Heir presumptive: his brother, Hon. Louis, born 25th Dec. 
1791 ; married, 10th June 1822, Princess Amelia, daughter of the 
late Charles Augustus, Prince Bretsenheim Von Regenz. 



342 CAT«OLI« PBSftAOB OF 

XSTTEIlTfLLE, eth ViaeooBt (Iiriand), Aatmvr Jawm Nbt- 
TERViLLji. Sacceeded the late YisocMiiit, the oalf lonrmag male 
lurir of Vatnokp third s<m of the Ut ViMouttt, 18th Feb. 185f-. The 
pntent VwooHBt is the heir-male of Robert of Craiaeratt, Ibsrth 
son of the lit Viaeoant. Married, 27th Oct. 1811, Coaataatia 
Franoea, third danghtor of Sir Edward J. Sraytho, BarC . 1662 

SOUTHWELL, U ViBCoant, Thomas Anthony Sovthwbll ; 
Baron Southwell, 1717 ; Baronat, 1662(IreUiid) ; K. P. 1B«7; son 
of the 2d Viaaoaat, Vy Sophia Maria Joaepfaa, third daughter of 
Franeea Joaeph Walsfa« Count de Serrant, in Franoe. Bom 2Sisk 
Feb. 1777 ; married, 2d Maf 1799, Jane,eaooad daughter of John 
BerlcMey, £«q., of Hindlip, county Worcester (she died 07tb Oct. 
1853). 8aeoeeciedl5th Feb. 1796. Seats : Caatle Mattresa, county 
Limeriek ; and Hindlip House, Worcestershire. Issne : 1. Hon. 
Thomaa Arthur, horn 22d Oct 1801, died dlst Dec 18S9; 2. Hon. 
Sophia Catheriae, born &th Feb. 1809, married 7th Jane 1880, the 
Marquis de Choiwul; 8. Hon. Laura Maria Helena, bora 17th 
Not. 1 80S ; 4. Hoa. Pauline Maria Madeleine, born 32d Nov. 
1806, dee. } 5. Hon. Cfaarlee Henry Robert, born 26th Not. 1807, 
dec; 6. Hon. Matilda Maria, married, 28th Sept. 1889, the Right 
Hon. Richard More G'Ferrall, county Kildare, late Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief of Malta, P. C. ; 7. Hon. Paulina Eliza Maria 
Josepha, born 12th Dec. 1819, married, May 184r4> Count Henry 

De San Damiano, of Tnrin 1776 

Heir presnmpttTe : his nephew, Thomas Arthur Joseph, son of the 
late Lieut.-Col. Hon. Arthur Francis Southwell, by Mary Anne 
Agnes, eldest daughter of Thomas Dillon, Esq., of Mount Dillon ; 
born 6th April 1S96. 

Ba&on9. 

BEAUMONT, 9th Baron (England), Henrt Sta^btok, eldest 
son of the 8th Baron, by the Hon. Isabella Anne Browne, eldest 
daughter of the 8d Lord Kilmains* Bom lUh Aug. 184*8, 6uc« 
ceeded his father 16th Aug. 1854. Residences t 17 Brnton-street, 
Berkeley*sq\iare, London ; and Carlton Hall, Selby, Yorkshire 1309 
Heir presumptiTc: his brother, Hon. Miles, bom 17th July 1850. 

CAMOYS, 3d Baron (England), Thomas Stonor, eon of Thomas 
Stonor, F«sq, of Stonor, Oxfordshire, by Catherine, daughter of 
Henry Blunddl, Esq., of Ince Blundeli, Lancashire. Born 22d 
Oct. 1797; married, 25th. July 1821, Frances, daughter of Pere- 
grine Edward Towneley, Esq., of Towneley Hall, Lancashire. The 
Barony was called out of abeyance (since the reign of Henry VI.) 
in 1839, in favour of the present peer. Seat : Stonor Parte, Hen- 
ley-npon-Thames, Oxfbrdshire. Issue i 1. Hon. Charlotte, born 
15th May 1822; 2. Hon. Catherine, bom 29th Ang. 1823; 3. 
Hon. Thomas Edward, bom 29«h Oct. 1824 ; 4. Hon. Francis, 
bom 5th Jan. 1 829, married to Eliza, youngest daughter cf the late 
Sir Robert Peel (2d Baronet); 5. Hon. Elisa, bom 23d Feb. 
1830, married, 24di Aug. 1852, Henry Charles Silvertop, Bsq., of 
Minster Acres, Northumberland ; 6. Hon. Edmund, bom 2d April 
1831 (in holy orders) ; 7. Hon. Maria, born 23d April 1832, married 
17th Get. 1845 to CbariM FMdvriok Smytiw, bSmj., oldotft son of 



THE ONITED KINODOM. 248 

fiir Sdward Smvthe, Bart., of Acton Biiraell ; 8. Hon. Agnes, 
bora 8th Oet. 1838 ; 9. Hon. Harriet, born 5tii April 1836 ; 10. 
Hon. Caroline, born 2d May 1837 ; 11. Hon. Margaret Ann, born 
4kh Aug. 1839 ; 12. Hon. Eleanor Lacy, born 16th Jan. 1842. 

1383 

STOURTON, 18th Baron (England), Chakles Stourtok, son of 
the 1 7th Baron, by Catherine, danrhter of Thomas Weld, Esq., of 
Lohrorth Castle, eonnty Dorset. Born 13th July, 1802 ; married, 
Ist Ang. 1825, Hon. Mary Lacy Clifiprd, seventh daaghter of 
Charles, 6th Lord ClifFord, of Chndleigh. Sacceeded his father 
4th Dec. 1846. Is Depnty- Lieutenant of Yorkshire. Seat: S tour- 
ton, Knaresborougfa, Yorkshire. Issae I 1. Hon. William, born 
Ist Oet. 1826, died 23d March 1638 ; 2. Hon. Henry, born 26th 
Dec. 1827, died 24th Feb. 1838 ; 3. Hon. Alfred, born 26th Dec. 
1828; 4. Hon. Edwin, born 27th Sept. 1832, died 21st May 1838; 
5. Hon. fiverard, born IBth Feb. 1834; 6. Hon. Albert, born 

20th Dec. 1835 1448 

Heir : his son, Hon Alfred. 

TRIMLESTON, 16th Baron (Ireland;. Thomas Nicholas Babne- 
WALL, son of the lath Baron, by Maria Theresa, eldest daughter 
of Richard Kirwan, Esq. of Craig Castle, county Qalway. Born 
14th April 1796; married Sd Nor. 1836 Margaret Randalina, 
daughter of the late Philip Rodie, Esq., by Hon. Anna Maria 
Piunkett, niece of Lord Dunsany. Succeeded 7^ Oct. 1839. 
Beat: Turvey House, Swords, county Dablin. Issue: 1, A son, 
bom 22d, died 27th Aag. 1837 ; 2. Anna Maria Louisa, born 8th 

May 1839 1461 

Heir presumptive : Charles Bamewall, Esq. of Meadstown, J. P. 
for county Meath. • 

VAUX of HARROWDEN, 6th Baron (England). GeobgeMostyn, 
only son of Charles Browne Mostyn or Kiddington, Oxfordshire, 
by Maria, only daughter and heir of George Butler, Esq. of Bally- 
raggett, county Kilkenny. Bom 7th March 1804; married 9th 
July 1828 Caroline, eldest daughter of Arthur Vansittart, Esq., 
cousin of Lord Bea^ley. The abeyance of the peerage, on the death 
of the 5ih Baron in ]()63, was terminated in fevour of the present 
peer in 1838, as lineal representative and sole heir maternally of 
Mary, eldest sister and co-heir of the said 5th Baron. Seats : 
Hyams, Surrey ; and Rosmead, Westmeath, Ireland. Issue : 1. 
Hon. George Charles, born 3d April 1830; 2. Hon. Montague 
Henry, bom 25th April 1838; 3. Hon. Mary Caroline, born 23d 
May 1848 ; 4. Hon. Georgins Louisa, bom 23d April 1846. 15*23 

PETRE, 1 0th Baron (England). William Bkrnard Petrs, son 
of the 11th Baron, by his first wife, Frances Charlotte, eldest 
cbughter of Sir Richard Bedinglield, Bart. Bom 20tfa Dec. 
1817; married 26th Sept 1843 Mary Theresa, eldest daughter 
of the Hon. Charles Thomas ClifFord. Succeeded his father 3d 
July 1850. A Deputy Lieutenant of Essex. Seat : Thorndon 
HaU, near Brentwood, Essex. Issue: 1. Hon. Trances Mary, 
bom 27th Aug. 1844; 2. Hon. Edith Mary, bom 5tb, died 
13th Jan. 1846; 3. Hon. William Joseph, born 26th Feb. 1847 ; 
4. Hon. Isabella Mary, bom 24th July 1848 ; 5. Hon. Margaret 



244 CATHOLIC PBEIIAOE, 

Mary, born 8th April 1850 ; 6. Hon. Catherine Mary, bom 12th 
Oct. 1851; 7. Hon. Teresa Mary Louisa, bom 29th July 1 853 1 603 

ARUNDELLof W ARDOUR, nth Baron (Kngland), Hknry Bene- 
dict Arundell, second son of the 9th Baron, by his first mar- 
riage with his cousin Mary, daughter of the 8th Lord Arundell. 
Born 1804; mar. 1st, 1826, Lucy, only daughter of Hugo Philip 
Smythe, Esq. of Acton Burnell, Salop (she died 1827) ; 2dly, 1829, 
Frances Catherine, second daughter of Sir Henry Tichborae, Bart, 
(she died 1836); 3dly, 1838, Theresa Stourton, fifth daughter of 
William, 17th Lord Stourton. Sue. his brother in 1834. Is a 
Count of the Holy Roman Empire. Seat : Wardour Castle, Shaftes- 
bury, Wilts. Issue by second marriage : 1. Hon. John Francis, 
b. 28th Dec. 1831 ; 2. Hon. Everard Aloysius Gonzaga, b. 6th 
Sept. 1834 1605 

DORMER, nth Baron, Bart. 1615 (England), Joseph Thaddeus, 
Baron Dormer of Wenge, co. Bucks, son of the Hon. John Dormer, 
Major in the Austrian service (third son of the 7th Baron), by Eliza- 
beth, second daughter of Gabriel, Count Butler, of the kingdom of 
Hungary. B. Ist June 1790, at Gran, in Hungary ; mar. 5th May 
1829 Elizabeth Anna, daughter of Sir Henry Joseph Tichborne, Bart. 
Sue. his cousin 9th Dec. 1826. Seat : Grove Park, Warwickshire. 
Issue : 1. Hon. John Baptiste Joseph, b. 22d May 1830 ; 2. Hon. 
Euphemia Anna, b. 4th Aug. 1832, d. 22d May 1843; 3. Hon. 
James Charlemagne, b. 26th Jan. 1834 ; 4. Hon. Thaddeus Stanis- 
laus, b. 8th May, d. 6th Oct. 1835; 5. Hon. Hubert Francis, b. 
4th Nov. 1837; 6. Hon. Rowland Oswald, b. 23d Feb., d. 29th 
Sept. 1839; 7. Hon. Mary Isabel Lucy, b. 19th Jan. 1842; 8. 
Hon. Henry Edward, b. 29th Nov. 1844 .... 1615 

|TAFFORD, 3d Baron, Bart. 1621 (England), Henry Valentine 
Stafford Jerninoham, son of the 8th Baron, by his first wife, 
Frances Henrietta, youngest daughter and co*^heir of Edward Sul- 
yarde, Esq. of Wetherden, Suffolk (she died 14th Nov. 1832). B. 2d 
Jan. 1802; mar. 12th Feb. 1829 Julia, second daughter of the 
late Edward Charles Howard, Esq., uncle of the present Duke of 
Norfolk. Sue. 4th Oct. 1851. Seats : Cossey HaU, near Norwich ; 

Shiffnall Manor, Salop . 1610 

Heir presumptive : his nephew, Augustus Frederick Fitzherbert, 
son of the late Hon. Edward Jerningham, by Marianne, daughter 
of the late John Smythe, Esq., and niece of Mrs. Fitzherbert. 

CLIFFORD of CHUDLEIGH, 7th baron (England), Hugh 
Charles, son of the 6th Baron, by the Hon. Eleanor Mary Arun- 
dell, second daughter of Henry, 8th Lord Arundell of Wardour ; 
D.L. Devonshire. B. 29th May 1790 ; mar. 31st Aug. 1818 Mary 
Lucy, only daughter of Thomas Weld, Esq. of Lulworth Castle, 
Dorsetshire, who, after his wife*s death, received holy orders, and 
was created a CardinaL Sue. his father in 1 83 1 . I s a Count of the 
Holy Roman Empire. Lady Clifforddied May 1831. Seats: Ugbrook 
Park, Chudleigh, Devonshire ; Court House, Cannington, Somer- 
setshire. Issue: 1. Hon. Charles Hugh, b. 27th July 1819; 2. 
Hon. Eleanora Mary, b. 10th July 1820 ; 3. Hon. Thomas Hugh, 
b. 26th Jan. 1822, d. 11th May 1823; 4. Hon. William Joseph 
Hugh, b. 24th Dec, 1823 (in holy orders); 5. Hon, Mary Con- 



CATHOLIC HBIRS TO PEBRAOBS* 245 

stantia, b. 29th March 1825, mar. 12th Jan. 1846 William Vava^ 
sour, Esq. ; 6. Hon. Henry Hugh, b. 12th Sept 1826; 7. Hon. 
Edmnnd Hngh, b. 19th Jan., d. 8th May 1828; 8. Hon. Walter 
Charles Hugh, b. 5th Dec. 1830 1672 

FFRENCH, Bart. 1779 ( Ireland), Chas.Fprench, 2d Baron; son of 
the Ist Baron, by Margaret, eldest daughter of Thomas Reddington, 
Esq. of Kilcornan, co. Gal way. B. 19th April 1786; mar. 29th 
Sept. 18U9 Maria, eldest daughter of John Browne, Esq. of Aloyne, 
CO. Galway (she died 1827). Issne: 1. Hon. Thomas, b. l;jth 
Sept. 1810 ; mar. 18th Oct 1851 Mary Anne, only daughter of 
Richard Thompson, Esq. of Stansty Hall, co. Denbigh ; 2. Hon. 
John 6., b 5th Aug. 1812; in holy orders, and of the Society of 
Jesus; 3. Hon. Martin, b. 1st Oct 1813; 4. Hon. Michael, b. 
21st Jan. 1815, d. 5th May 1834 ; 5. Hon. Margaret, b. 31st May 
1816, mar. 7th Jan. 1836 Valentine O'Connor Blake, Esq. of 
Tower Hill, co. Mayo; 6. Hon. Charles, b. 1 1th April 1818, d. 
29th Nov. 1836; 7. Hon. Jasper, b. 26th July 1822 . 1798 

LOVAT, 1st Baron(United Kingdom), Thomas Albxandbr Frasrr, 
Lord-Lieutenant for luTemess-shire, and D.L. Aberdeenshire. 
B. 1802; mar. 8th Aug. 1823 Hon. Charlotte Georgiana Jerning- 
bam, eldest daughter of George William, 8th Lord Suiford, b. 8th 
Oct 1800. S^ts: Beaufort Castle, Inverness-shire; Strichen 
House, Aberdeenshire. Issue : 1. Hon Amelia Charlotte, b. 22d 
Aug. 1824, mar. 17th Sept 1846 Charles Robert Scott Murray, 
Esq. of Danesfield, Bucks; 2. Hon. Frances Georgina, b. 20th 
Feb. 1826, mar. 9th May 1844 Sir Pyers Mostyn, Bart. ; 3. Hon. 
Charlotte Henrietta, b. 6th June 1827 ; 4. Hon. Simon, b. 21st 
Dec 1828; 5. Hon. Alexander Edward, Lieut Scots Fusileer 
Guards, b. 13th Jan. 1831; 6. Hon. Henry Thomas, b. 2d Dec. 

1838 1837 

Heir : his son, Hon. Simon, Master of Lovat 

BELLE W,l St Baron (Ireland), Patricr Bbllew; Bart 1688; son of 
Sir Edward Belle w, 6th Baronet, by Mary Anne, daughter and heir 
of Richard Strange, Esq. of Rockwell Castle, co. Kilkenny. B. 
29th Jan. 1798; sue. bis father as Baronet 15th March 1827; 
mar. 19th Jan. 1829 Anna Fermina, only surviving daughter of 
Don Jo86 Maria de Mendoza y Rios of Seville. Is a Privy 
Councillor for Ireland, Lord- Lieutenant of co. Louth, and Colonel 
of the Louth Militia. Seat : Barmeath, co. Louth. Issue : 1. Hon. 
Edward Joseph, b. 3d June 1830, mar. 31st Jan. 1853 Miss Bryan, 
daughter of the late Colonel G. Bryan of Jenkinstown ; 2. Hon. 
Frances Mary ; 3. Hon. Annabella Mary ; 4. Hon. Ismay Louisa 
Ursula ; 5. Hon. Fermina Maria Magdalena . . . 1848 



NON-CATHOLIC PEERAGES TO WHICH THERE ARE 

CATHOLIC HEIRS. 

Dakedom of NORFOLK. Heir : Earl of Arundel and Surrey. 
Earldom of DENBIGH. Heir: Viscount Feilding. 

of GAINSBOROUGH. Heir: Viscount Campden. 

of DYSART. Heir : Lord Huntingtower. 



S40 MOBLV CA¥H0L1€ LORD! MOT rBIRI. 

NOBLj; CATHOLIC LORPS KOT PEEJIS. 

ARUNDEL and SURREY, Kari of, Henrt Granville Fits^Alan 
Howard, eldest sea and heir of the 13th Duke pf Norfoik ; J.P. 
for Middlesex and Surrey. B. 7th K07. 1815; mar. 19th Jone 
1830 Augusta Mary iliana Catherine, youngest daughter of 
Admiral hir Edmund Lyons, Bart, G.O.B., K.C.H., b. Ist Aug. 
1821. Residence: 11 Carlton-terraoe, London. Issue: 1. Lady 
Victoria Aiexandrina, b. 8d July 1840 ; 2. Lady Minna Chariotte, 
h. Idth Mor. 1843 ; 8. Lady Mary Adeliza, h. 0tb Jan. 1845 ; 4. 
Henry, Lord Maltravers, b. 27th Dec. 1647; S. Lady Eiheldreda, 
fo. 23d June 1849 ; 6. Lady Phitippa, b. l^h Aug. 1852; 7. Lord 
PhiUp Thomas, b. 16tfa N07. 1863, d. 24th July 185^. 
HOWARD, Edward George Fitz-Allan, Lord, second son of 
the Idth Duke of Norfolk. B. 20th June 1818; mar. Augusta, 
only daughter and heir of the Hon. George Henry Talbot, and niece 
of Uie 16th Earl of Shrewsbury. A Privy Councillor, and M.P. 
for Arundel. Residence: 19 Rutland Gate, London. Issue: I. 
Hon. Charles Talbot Bernard, b. dd June 1853 ; Q. Mary Gwen- 
daline Anoe, b. Slst Feb. 1864 ; Angela Mary Charlotte, b. 24th 
Feb. 1855. 
KERR, Hbmr7 Francis Charlbs, Lord, thuni son of the sixth 
Marquis of Lothian. B. )7th Aug. 1800; mar. 12th Sept. 1832 
Louisa Dorothea, only daughter of the Hon. General Sir Alexander 
Hope, G.C.B. Issue : L Georgina Caroline, b. Aug. 1834, d. 
April 1886; 2. WUliam Hobart, b. 9£th July 1836; 3. Henry 
Schomberg, b. 15th Aug. 1838 ; 4. Francis Ernest, b. lOtfa Aug. 
1840; 6. HenrietU Mary Emma, b. 26th Dec. 1842; 6. Mary 
D'Arcy. b. 16th Jan. 1648 ; 7. Alice Dorothea, b. 9th Oct. 1850. 
KERR, Ralph Drury, Lord, son of the seventh Marquis of Lo- 
thian. B. 1837. 
KERR, Walter Talrot, Lord, son of the seventh Marqnis of 

Lothian. B. 1889. 
KENNEDY, Nigel. Lord, eighth son of Arehibaid. Earl of Cassi. 
lis, and brother to the present (2d) Marquis of Ailsa. B. May 
1828. 
THYNNE, Charles, Lord, seventh son of Thomas, second Marquis 
of Rath. B. 9th Feb. 1813 ; mar. 18th July 1837 Harriet Frances, 
daughter of the Hon. Dr. Bagot, Bishop of Bath and Wells. Issue : 
1. Frederick Charles, b. 13th July 1838 ; 2. Gertrude Harriet, b. 
13th June 1840 ; 3. Charles Ernest, b. 26th Feb. 1849. 
KILLEEN, Lord, eldest son of the Earl of Fingall. B. 16^ May 

1619. 
CASTLEROSS, Viscount, eldest son of the Earl of Kenmarc. B. 

16th May 1825. Is M.P. for the co. of Kerry. 
MALTRAVERS, Lord, cidest son of the Earl of Amnd^ and SuiT- 

rey. B. 27th Dec. 1847. 
CAMPDEN, Charles G|:oroe Noel, Viscount, eldest son aijd Jieir 
of the 1st Earl of Gainsborough. B. 5tb Sept. 1818; mar. Ist 
Nov. 1841 Lady Ida A.delaide ifarriet Augusta Hay, eldest dangh*^ 
ter of William George, ^th Earl of Err.oJJ. jSe^t : Campdea 
House, Gloucestershire. Issue: 1. Hon. Blanche Eb'zabeth Marj 



CATHOLIC BAROXBTS. 247 

Anpunciata, b. 2$th March 1845; 2. Hon. Coostance Jalia Elea- 
nor Georgiana, b. 19th Oct. 13*7 ; 3. Hon. Edith Horatia Emma 
Frances, b. 16th June 1849; 4. Hon Charles William Francis, 
b. 20th Oct ^850 : 5. Hon, Edward John Rodolph, b. at Rome 
28th April 1852. 

PEILD^NG and CALL/^N, Rudolfh William Basil Feilding, 
Viscoynt, eldest ^on and heir of the 7th Earl of Denbigh. B. 
9th April 1823 ; mar. 18th June ISi^ Louisa, only daughter and 
heir of the Jate David Pennant, Es<i., jun. of Downing, Mintghire, 
and Lady Emma Bnidenell, fourth daughter pf the 6th Earl of 
C^rdjganjshe died* lat May 1853). Seat : Downing, Flintshire. 

JiUNTINOTOWER, William Lionel Fblix. Lord, eldest go^ of 
Lionel William Johj^ Tollemache, 6th Earl of Pysart, by Maria 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Sweeny Tpne, Esq. of Kestpn Lodge. 
B. 4th July 1820: mar. 26th Sept. 1851 Katherine Elizabeth 
Camilla, youngest daughter of Sir Joseph Burke, Bart.^ of Glinsk 
Castle, /CO. Galway. 

CATHOLIC GENTLEMEN OF NOBLE FAMILY. 

L^NGDALE, Honourable C^akles, J.P.for N.R. Yorkshire, brother 

of William Lord Stourton, 17th Baron. Seat : lElou^htoo Hall, 

Brough, Yorkshire. 
STOURTON, Honourable Philip, brother of the preceding j J.P. 

Yorkshire. Seat: Hayton, Vorjc. 
SPENCER, Honourable and Rev. Georgb (Father Ignatius), brother 

of Earl Spencer. 
CLIFFORD, Honourahle Charles Thomas, brother of Lord Clifford 

of Chudleigh. 
PAKENHAM (O.P.), Honourable ai>d Rev. Charles ^eoinald, 

formerl V Captain in the Grenadier Guards, fourth son of Thomas 

Earl of Longford, by La,dy Georglna Xiygon, daughter (i( the 

Earl of Beauchamp. 
PETRE, Honourable ArthTJk, brother of Lord Petre. 
TALBOT, Ho^nrable And Rev. George, brother of Lord Talbot de 

Malahide, Chamberlain to His Holiness the Pope. 
CAVENDISH, Charles, Esq., grandson of the late Lord Qeorge 

Cavendish, and cousin to the Earl of Burlington. 
D'ALTON, Count Edward, of Grenaston House, in the county of 

Tipperary, son of Peter Count D 'Alton, by the Hon. Hosalia 

Barnewall, only daughter of the late Nicholas Lord Trimlestown. 
pE LA F£LD,Cqunt John Leopold Ferdinand Casimir, a Count 

of the Germanic or Holy Koman Empirp, 9on-in-law to Edmond 

Henry Earl of Limerick, and descended from the ancient Counts 

of La Feld in Alsace and Austria. 



BARONETS, 

ACGORDt^^O TO SENIORITY OV CRBATIOy, 

O^RAED, Sjpi U^BRVf ToLVER, ISth Bart. (Engitnd), third son 
of John Gerard, Esq. of Windle-hall, go. Lancaster, by Elizabeth, 



!l4t tATROLtC BARONBTI, ACCORDtNO TO 

daughter of Edward Ferrers, Esq., of Baddeilcy-Clinton, WarwJck- 
shire. B. 12th May 1808 ; mar. 14th Feh. 1849 Harriet, daughter 
of Edward CUfton, Esq. Sac. his brother 2Ut Feb. 1854. Seat : 

Newhall, Warrington, Lancashire 1611 

VINCENT, Sir Francis, 10th Bart. (England), son of the 9th 
Bart., by Jane, daughter of the Hon. Edward Bonveriei, wmd 
granddaughter of Jacob, 1st Viscount Folkestone; B.Ia. Esmz. 
B. 1803 ; mar. 10th May 1824 Augusta Elizabeth, «Bly child of 
the late Hon. Charles Herbert, and granddmgkter of the Ist Earl 
of Caernarvon. Sue. his father J7ch Jan. 1809. Seat: Stoke 
D'Abemon, Surrey. Issue: Hlaikche .... 1620 
Heir presumptive : hia cousin, Henry, grandson of the 7th Bart. 

TICHBORNE, Sir Jimes Francis Doughty, 10th Bart (England), 
fourth son of Sir Henry Tichbome, 6th Bart, by Elizabeth Lucy, 
daughter of Edward Plowden, Esq of Plowden, Salop. B. Sd 
Oct 1784; mar. 1st Aug 1827 Harriette FeliciU, daughter of 
Henry Seymour, Esq. of Knoyle, Wiltshire ; sue. his brother 
6th March 1853. Seats: Upton House, Poole, Dorsetshire; 
Tichbome Park, Alresford. Issue: 1. Roger Charles, b 5th Jan. 
1829 ; 2. Mabel Louisa, b. 8th April 1832, d. 22d March 1835 ; 
8. Alice Mary Perpetua, b. 14th Oct 1837, d. 22d Oct. 1839; 
4. Alfred Joseph, b. 4th Sept. 1839 .... 1620-21 

BARNEWALL, Sir Reginald Atlmbr John de, 8th Bart (Ire- 
land), (posthumous) son of the 7th Bart., by his cousin Esme, 
eldest daughter of Christopher Bamewall, Esq. of Meadstown, 
CO. Meath. B. 1838. Seat : Greenan's Town, co. Meath . 1622 
Heir presumptive: his granduncle John Barnewall, formerly of 
Kilkenny, co. Meath, now of the United States. 

GORDON, Sir William, 8th Bart (Scotland), eldest son of the 
7th Bart, by Mary, eldest daughter and heir of William Glendon- 
wyn, Esq., D.L. for Banffshire, and Lieut 'Colonel of the 66th 
regiment. B. 26th Dec. 1803. Sue. his father 24th Dec. 1843. 
Is Premier Baronet of Nova Scotia. Seat : Letterfourie, Banff- 
shire 1625 

Heir presumptive : his brother, Robert, b. 1 3th Aug. 1824. 

WOLSELEY, Sir Charles Michael, 9th Bart (England), son of 
the 8th Bart., by Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Nicholas Selby, 
Esq. of Acton House, Middlesex. B. 1846, and sue. his father 
15th May 1854. Seat: Wolseley Hall, Staffordshire. 
Heir presumptive : his brother, Edward Talbot Wolseley. 

ESMONDE, Right Hon. Sir Thomas. 8th Bart (Ireland), son 
of John Esmonde, Esq. (second son of the 6th Bart), by Ellen, 
daughter and co-heir of Bartholomew Callan, Esq. of Osberstown, 
Kildare. B. 10th Dec. 1786; mar. Mary, only daughter of — 
Payne, Esq. Is a Deputy- Lieutenant of Wrexford. Seat : Bally- 

nastra, near Gorey, co. Wexford 1628 

Heir presumptive : his brother, Bartholomew, in holy orders. 

BURKE, Sir Joseph, 11th Bart (Ireland), second son of the late 
Richard Burke, Esq., by the eldest daughter of Joseph Blake, 
Esq. of Ardfry. B. 1786; mar. 9th Aug. 1816 Louisa, eldest 
daughter of the late William, Lord Huntingtower (she died 1830) ; 



SfiNIORITY OF CKEATION. 249 

snc. bis brother in 1845. Seat: Glinsk Castle, Ballymoe, co. 

Galway 1628 

Heir presamptive : William Burke, Esq. of Knocknagar, co. Gal- 
way ; mar. Fanny Xaveria Tucker, niece of Cardinal Wiseman. 

THROCKMORTON, Sir Kobert George, 8th Bart. (England), 
son of William Throckmorton, Esq , by Frances, only daughter of 
Thomas Giffbrd, Esq. of Chillington. B. 5th Dec. 1800; mar. 
16th July 182.<) Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Acton, Bart, of 
Aldenham, co. Salop. Sue. his uncle 3d Dec. 18^0. Seats: 
Coughton Court, Warwickshire; Buckland, Farringdon, Berks. 
Issue: 1. Nicholas WiUiam, b. 26th April 1838; 2. Richard, b. 
27th April 1839; 3. John, b. 14th April 1840; 4. Herbert, b. 
14th May 1843; 5. Mary Elizabeth; 6. Teresa, d. young; 
7. Emily; 8. Elizabeth 1642 

BLOUNT, Sir Edward, 8th Bart (England), son of the 7th Bart., 
by Anne, youngest daughter of Thomas Kiddell, Esq. of Felton 
Park, and Swinboume Castle, Northumberland ; D.L. Worcester- 
shire. B. 3d March 1795; mar. 14th Sept. 1830 his cousin Mary 
Frances, eldest daughter of Edward Blount, Esq. Sue. his father 
31st Oct. 1803. Seats: Sodington, Worcestershire, and Mawley 
Hall, Salop. Issue : 1. Walter de Sodington, b. 19th Dec. 18:>3 ; 
2. Edward, b. 11th Oct. 1837, d 20th March 1843; 3. Robert 
Joseph, b. 20th June 1839; 4. Stephen, b. 5th Nov. 1840; 
5. Hugh Francis, b. 1st June 1844 ; 6. Mary Catherine ; 7. Joan 
Frances. 8. Margaret Mary Teresa .... 1642 

HUNLOKE, Sir Henry John Joseph, 6th Bart. (England), son 
of Sir Thomas Windsor, 5th Bart., by Anne, eldest daughter of 
Thomas Eccleston, Esq. of Scarisbrick Hall, co. Leicester. B. 
29th Sept. 1812. Sue. 19th Jan. 1816. Seat: Wingerworth Hall, 
Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1642 

HAGGERSTON, Sir Edward, 7th Bart. (England), second son of 
Thomas Haggerston, Esq., by Winifred, daughter of Edward 
Charlton, Esq. ; D.L. Northumberland. B. 7th June 1788. Sue. 
his brother. Sir Thomas, Dec. 1842. Seat : EUingham, Northum- 
berland . • . 1643 

Heir presumptive : his brother, John. 

WEBB, Sir Henry, 7th Bart. (England), son of the 6th Bart by 
his first wife, Charlotte Frances, daughter of Charles, 12th Viscount 
Dillon. B. 1806 ; sue. his father in 1823 . . . 1644 

ACTON, Sir John Embric Edward Dalbbrg, 8th Bart. (Kng- 
land), son of Sir Ferdinand Richard Edward Acton, by Marie 
Louise PelUne, only child and heir of Emeric Joseph, Due de 
Dalberg. B. 1834; sue. his father 31st Jan. 1837. Beats: 
Aldenham, and Round Acton, Salop .... 1644 

Heir presumptive : his cousin, Charles, born 1786 ; mar. 12th 
April 1817 Zoe, daughter of Count D'Albon. 

FITZGERALD, Sir James Oeurob, 9th Bart. (Ireland), son of 
the 8th Bart, by Augusta, second daughter of Vice-Admiral Sir 
Thomas Preemantle, Bart.- B. 6th Jan. 1831 ; sue. his father 25lh 
Sept. 1839. Seat : Castle Ishen, CO. Cork . . . 1644 
Heir presumptive : his brother, Gerald Richard, b. 21 st Aug. 1832. 

BEDINGFELD, Sir Henry Richard Paston, 6th Bart. (Eng- 



2J0 CATHOLIC BARONETS, ACCORDING TO 

land), Bon of the 5th Baronet, by Charlotte Georgiana, daughter of 
dir William Jerningham, Bart.; D.L. Norfolk, i, lOth. May 
1800 ; msLr. 30th Aug. 1826 Margaret, only child of Edward 
Paston, Esq. (she asstinied the name of Bishop in 1841). Sue. 
his father 22d Nov. 1829. Seats: Oxburgh and Appleton, Nor* 
folk. Issue: 1. Henry George, b. 2 1st June 1830; 2. Raonl 
Stephen, b, 1st April 1835; 3. Matilda Charlotte; 4. Geraldine 
Georgiana Genevieve, b. in 1810; 5. Another daughter . 1660 

SMYTH E, Sir Edward Joseph, 6'tb Bart. (England), son of 
the 5th Baronet, by Catherine Maria, only daughter and heir of 
Peter Holford, Esq. of Wooton-hall, Warwickshire. B. 1787 ; 
mar. 23d Oct. 1809 Frances, daughter of Sir Edward Bellew, 
Bart, of Barmeath, co. Louth. Sue. his father 11th April 1811. 
Seats: Acton Burnell, Shropshire; W*^ooton-halI, Warwickshire. 
Issue: 1. Edward Joseph, b. 11th Dec. 1S13, mar. 1840 Anas- 
tasia Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John P. F. Boughey, Bart, and 
died 28th Aug. 1841; 2. Richard Peter Carringtoh, b. 29th 
Jan. 1815, mar. 23d Jan. 1844 Hon. Laura, daughter of William, 
Lord Stourton, and died 14th Sept. 1853 ; 3. Charles Frederic, b. 
16th March 1819 ; 4. John Walter, b. 7th Nov. 1827 ; 5. Cathe- 
rine Maria; 6. Constantia Frances, mar. 27th Oct. 1841 Arthur 
James Netterville, Esq., heir presumptive to the Viscounty of 
Netterville ; 7. Agnes Mary, mar. 9th Nov. 18^7 Nicholas 
Blnndell, Esq. of Crosby-hall, Lancashire . . 1660—1 

GAGE, Sir Thomas Rokbwode, 8th Baronet (England), son of 
the 7th Baronet, by Lady Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Valen- 
tine, 1st Earl of Kenmare ; D,L, Suffolk. B 5th Sept. 1810; mar. 
Sept. 1850 Adelaide, daughter of Henry Drummond, Esq , M.P. 
Sue. his father 27th Dec. 1820. Assumed the name and arma of 
Rokewode in 1843, in compliance with the will of his uncle, Jolin 
Gage Rokewode, Esq. of Coldham-hall, Suffolk. Seats : Hen- 

fraye Hall, Bury St. Edmund's, and Coldham-hall, Suffolk 1662 
feir presumptive : his brother, Edward, Major in the Scots Fusi- 
lier Guards, b. 20th March 1812, mar. Aug. 1842 Henrietta Mary, 
youngest daughter of Lord Frederick Beauclerk. 

MOORE, Sir Richard Emanuel, lOth Baronet (Ireland), son of 
the 9th Baronet, by the daughter of — Gilman, Esq. Mar. first 
in 1839, Mary Anne, eldest daughter of A. Ryan O'Connor, Esq., 
Kilgobbin House, co. Cork; 2d in 1851, Margaret Matilda, younger 
sister of F. O'Connor, Esq , barrister-at-law. Issue : Richard Per- 
cival O'Connor, b. 15th Juljr 1840. Residence : Cork . 1681 

STEWART, Sir William Drummond, 7th Baronet (Scotland), 
2d son of the 5th Baronet, by Catherine, eldest daughter of John 
Drummond, Esq. of Logiealmond ; D.L. Perthshire. B. 25th 
Dec. 1796; mar. 11th May 1830 Mbs Christina Mary Stewart 
of the family of Ballechin, co. Perth, a collateral branch of the 
Stewart family. Sue. his brother 20th May 1838. Seats: Grand- 
tully, Murthly Castle, and Logiealmond House, Perthshire. Issue : 
William George, b. Feb. 1831 1683 

CODRINGTON, Sir William Raimond, 4th Baronet (Great Bri- 
tain), son of the 3d Baronet, by — , daughter of Godfrey Kirke, 
Esq. B. at Rennes, in Brittany, 1 806 { m. 1 828 liiademoisdle Bon- 



SIMIORITY OP CKIATION. t#l 

vban of St. Malo. Sac. his father 1816. Seats : La Bqallaye, Mont- 
fort, Brittany, and Qaarterstown, near Mallow^ eo. Cork « 1721 
Heir; hi^ son, William, b, 1829. 
BRADSTREBT, Sir John Valsntine, 5th. Baronet (Ireland), son 
of Sir Simon, 4th Baronet. Sue. his father 25th Oct. 1833. Resi- 
dence: 1 Marine Crescent, (Uontarf; Seat: liiversdale, Kil- 

mainham 1759 

MOSTYN, Sir Fyers, 8th baronet (England), son of the 7th Ba- 
ronet, by bis first wife^ Frances, daughter ot N ieholis BiundeU, 
EUq. of Crosby Hall, tiancashire; D.L. for Flintshire. B. 2oth. 
Sept, 1811 ; mar. 9th May 18H Hon. Frances Georgiana, second 
daughter of Lord Lovat. Sue. his father 18th Jnly 1841. Seats : 
Talacre and Greenfield, co. Flint. Issue : 1. Pyers William, b. 

14tb Aug. 1 846 ; and others 1760 

D£ VERE, Sir Verb Edmond, 3d Baronet (Ireland), son of the 
2d Baronet, by Mary, eldest daughter of Stephen Edward lUce, 
Esq. of Mount Trenchard, co. Limerick. B. 12th Oct. 1808; 
mar. 9th Jan. 1838 Mary I.ucy, eldest daughter of Rowland 
Standish, Eisq. of Scaleby Castle, Cumberland, and of Farley Hill 
House, Berks. Sue. his father dth July 1846. Seats: Curragh 
phase. Limerick, and Glangoole, Tipperary . ... 1784 
Heir presumptive : his brother, Stephen Edward, M. P. for co. of 
Limerick. 
CURTIS, Sir Lucius, 2d Baronet (Great Britain), son of the Ist 
Baronet, by Sarah, youngest dac^gbter and co-heir of Matthew 
Brady, Esq. of Eatcombe House, Hampshire. H. 3d Jund 1786 ; 
mar. 1st June 181 1 Mary Figg, eldest daughter of Moses Greetham, 
Esq. of East Cossham, in the same county. Sue. his father 14th 
Nov. 1816. Is C B. and Vice-Admiral of the Blue. Seat : Bat 
combe, Hants. Issue: 1. Roger, Cap t. R.N., b 9th Nor. 1812; 
2. Ro^r Lucius, U.N., b. 8ch May 1816; 3. Roger William^ b. 
15th April 1817; 4. Roger Frederick, b. 26th Apiil 1819, d. )4th 
July 1835; 5. Septimus, b. 3d April 1823; 6. Mary, mar. John 
King, Esq. of Loxwood House, co. Sussex ; 7. Elizabeth Cathe- 
rine; 8. Frances Anne 1794 

GRACE, Sir William, 3d JBurt. (England), son of the 2d Bart, who 
died 27th June 1841. B. 181 7» and is married. Seat: Boley, 

Queen's co 1 795 

Heir presumptive : his brother, Richard, a Lieutenant in the 43d 
Foot. 
NUGENT, Sir John, 3d Bart. (Ireland), 2d son of the 1st Baronet, 
by Catherine Mary Anne, only daughter and heir of Charles 
Matthew, Esq. of Thtfrles, Tipptfrary. B. April 1800; mar. Oct. 
18^2 Letitia Maria, daughter of Cbarles Whyte Roche, Esq. of 
Ballygran, Limerick. Sue. hii* brother 26tb April 1843. Is 
Chamberlain . to the Emperor, and Major in the Am trian senrice. 
Seats : Ballittloogh- castle, Castletown, Oelvin, Westmeatb. Issue : 

Five sons and two daughters 1795 

BUHKE, Sir Thomas Jghk, 3d Bart. (Ireland), son of the 2d 
Baronet, by Elizabeth Mary, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. 
John Caloraft, M.P. B. 7th June 1813. Sue hia father 14th 
Sept. 1847. Seat: Marble-hill, co. Qalway • • . 1797 



262 CATHOLIC BARONCT0, ACCORDING TO 

Heir presumptive: his brother, Charles Granby, barr.-at-law, 
b Hth Not. 1814. 

GOOLD, Sir George, 2d Bart (United Kingdom), son of Henry 
Michael Goold, Esq., by Catherine, daughter of Donald O^Calla- 
ghan, Esq of Kilgory, co. Clare Mar. ISth May 1802 Lady 
Charlotte, eldest daughter of Valentine, Ist Earl of Kenmare 
(she died Ist Nov. 1852). Sue. his uncle in 1848. Seat: Old 
Court, CO. Cork 1801 

BLENNER HASSETT, Sir Rowland, 4th Bart. (United Kingdom), 
son of Sir Arthur Blenuerhassett of Bleiinerville, co. Kerry, by 
Miss Sarah Mahony. B. 5th Sept. 1839. Sue. his father as 4th 
Bart. Seat : Churchtown, near Tralee .... 1809 

CONSTABLE, Sir Thomas Aston Clifford, 2d Bart (United 
Kingdom), son of the Ist Baronet, by Mary McDonald, 2d 
daughter of John Chichester of Arlington, Devonshire ; D.Li. 
Yorkshire and Staffordshire. B. 3d May 1807 ; mar. 27th iSept. 
1827 Marianne, youngest daughter of Charles Joseph Chichester, 
Esq of Culverleigh-court, Devonshire. Sue. his father 25th Feb. 
1823. Seats: Burton Constable, and Wycliffe Hall, Yorkshire. Is- 
sue : Frederic Augustus Talbot Clifford, b. 30th June 1 828 . 1815 

SIMEON, Sir John, 8d Bart. (England), son of the 2d Baronet, by 
Louis Edith, sole daughter and heiress of Sir Fitzwilliam Barring- 
ton, Bart. B. 1815; mar. 1840 Jane Maria, only daughter of 
Sir Frederick Baker of Loventor, Devon, Bart. Sue. his father 
Jan. 1854. Seats : Swainston, near Calboume, and St John's, 
near Byde, Isle of Wight. Issue : 1. Louisa Edith, b. Aug. 9, 
1843 ; 2. Mary Jane, b. Sept. 24, 1845; 3. Margaret Isabella, b. 
May 11, 1847, d. Sept. 30, 1851 ; 4. John Stephen Barrington, 
b. Aug. 31, 1850; 5. Francis Reginald Pole, b. March 10, 1852, 
d. Feb. 23, 1858 1815 

VAVASOUR, Sir Edward, 2d Bart. (United Kingdom), son of 
the 1 St Baronet, by Marcia Bridget, only daughter of James Lane 
Fox, Esq. of Bramham Park, Yorkshire. B. 1st Jan. 1815. 
Sue. his father 15th March 1847. Seat : Haslewood- castle, York- 
shire 1828 

Heir presumptive: his brother, William, b. 26th Feb. 1822; 
mar 12th Jan. 1846 Hon. Mary Constantia Clifford, 2d daughter 
of 8th Lord Clifford. 

NUGENT, Sir Percy Fitzgerald, 1st Bart (United Kingdom), 
son of Thomas Fitzgerald, Esq., by Mary, daughter of Chris- 
topher Dardifl, Esq. of Giggenstown, co. Westmeath. B. 29th Sept. 
1798; mar. 1st May 1823 Eleanor, only daughter of Walter 
Sweetman, Esq. of Dublin, M.P. for Westmeath; assumed in 
1831 the name of Nugent, his paternal grandmother having been 
daughter of Thomas Nugent, Esq. of Donore, sister and heir of 
Sir Peter Nugent, 2d Bart., who died in 1794, when the title be- 
came extinct. Is a Director of the Midland Great Western Railway 
of Ireland. Seat : Donore, Multifamham, co Westmeath. Issue: 
1. Thomas, b. 29th March 1824, d. 1st Aug. 1838; 2. Walter 
b. 23d Jan. 1827, Lieutenant in the 33d Infantry; Percy, b. 26th 
May 1828; 4. James, b. 3d Jan. 1883; 5. Margaret; 6. Anua 
Maria 1851 



SENIORITY OF CREATION. 253 

O'LOGHLEN, Sib Colman Michael, 2d Bart (United Kingdom), 
Q.C., son of the Right Hon. Sir Michael, the 1st Bart., by Bidelia, 
daughter of Daniel Kelly, Esq. of Dublin. B. 2()th Sept. 181.9. 
Sue. his father in 1842. Residence : 20 Merrion- square, Dublin ; 

Seat : Dmmconora, Ennis 1838 

Heir presumptive: his brother, Bryan, b, 27th June 1827. 

BELLEW, Sir Chbistophbr Dillon, 2d Bart (United Kingdom), 
son of Sir M. D. Bellew, 1st Bart, by Helena Maria, daughter of 
Thomas Dillon, Fsq. of Eadstown. Sue. his father ^d May 18^5. 
Seat : Mount Bellew, co. Galway 1838 

D£ TRAFFORD, Sir Humphrey, son of the 1st t^art, by Laura 
Ann, Sd daughter and co-heir of Francis Colman of Uillersden, 
Devonshire; D.L. for Lancashire. B. 1st May 1808. Sue. his 
father 10th Nov. 1852; mar Lady Mary Annette Talbot, sister of 
the present Earl of Shrewsbury. Seat : Trafford Park, Lan- 
cashire ' 18^1 

Heir: his brother, John Randolphus, b. 11th April 1820, mar. 
13th July 1850 Lady Adelaide Cathcart, 3d daughter of Charles, 
Earl Cathcart. 

BARRON, Sir Henrt Winston, 1st Bart (United Kingdom), 
son of Pierce Barron, Esq., by Anna, only daughter of Henry Win- 
ston, Esq. B. ISth Oct 1795; mar. 1st May 1822 Anna Leigh 
Guy, only daughter of Sir Gregory Page Turner, Bart. Is a 
Deputy- LieutCDant of the county, and M.P. for the city of Water- 
ford. Seats : Barron Court, and Glenananna, Dungarvon, co. 
Waterford. Issue: 1. Henry Page Turner, b. 27th Dec. 1825, 
attached to the British Embassy at Brussels ; 2. Emily Frances, 
mar. 10th Feb. 1852 Captain F. C. Polhill, 6th Carabineers, of 
Howbury Hall, Bedfordshire 1841 

LAWSON, Sir William, 1st Bart. (United Kingdom), second son 
of John Wright, Esq. of Kelvedon, Essex, by Elizabeth, daughter 
and co-heir of Sir John Lawson, Bart of Brough Hall, Yorkshire ; 
J.P. for Yorkshire. B. 179() ; mar. 1825 Clarinda, only daughter 
and heir of John Lawson, Esq. M.D. of York ; assumed the name 
of Lawson' in 1834, on succeeding to the estates of his maternal 
grandfather; received in 1844 the Order of Christ from his Holi- 
ness Pope Gregory XVI. Seat : Brough Hall, Catterick, York- 
shire 1841 

Heir presumptive: his son, John, b. 1829. ' 

TEMPEST, Sir Charlbs Robert, 1st Bart. (United Kingdom), 
eldest son of Stephen Tempest, Esq. of Broughton, by Elizabeth, 
second daughter of Henry Blundell, Esq. of Ince Blundell, Lan- 
cashire. B. 2 1 St April 1 794. Seats : broughton Hall, \ orkshire ; 
Coleby Hall, Lancashire 1841 

POWEH, Sir James, 2d Bart (United Kingdom). Sue. his father 
1855. Seats: Roebuck House, co. Dublin; Sampton, co. Wex- 
ford 1841 

O'BRIEN, Sir Timothy, 1st Bart (United Kingdom), son of 
Timothy O^Brien, Esq., co. I'ipperary, by the daughter of Timothy 
Madden, Esq. of Galway; mar. 1821 a daughter of Edward Mur- 
phy, Esq. of Flemingtowii, co. Dublin. Is Governor of the Hiber- 
yiian Bank, and M.P. for Cashel. Residences ; H Merrion-square 



254 OATHOLIC KNIOHTI. 

East, Dublin ; Borris in Ossory, Queen's county ; Reform Club, 
London; and Stephen's Green Club, Dublin. Iftsue: 1. Patrick, 
b. 1S23, M.P. for King*g county; 2. Timothy; 3. John, Lieut. 
30th regt. } 4. Kate ; 5. Mary ; 6. Ellen. . . . 1849 
LAFONTAINE, Sift Louis Hvpolite, Chief- Justice of Lower 
Canada, Ut Baronet 1S54 



KNIGHTS. 

HACKETT, Sir William Bartholomew. Knt Bachelor (Ire- 
land), son of Bartholomew Hackett, Esq. oi Carrigalind, co. Cork. 
B. 1800; mar. 1st, 1825, the daughter of P. 0*Callaghan, Esq. of 
Limerick; 2d, 1843, the daughter of John Lawlor, Esq of Cork. 
Mayor of Cork in 1852. Residences : Marine Villa, Markstown ; 
Sidney- place, Cork 1852 

KANE, biR Robert, Knt. Bachelor (Ireland), second son of Jolin 
Kane, Esq., a merchant of Dublin. B. 1 8 1 ; liiar. — ^, daughter 
of Henry Baily, Esq. of London. Is President of Queen's Col- 
lege, Cork, and Director of the Economic Museifm of Ij'elahd. 
Was knighted by Lord Heytesbury, Lord-Lieutenatkt df Ireland. 
Residences : Gracefield, Booterstown, Dublin ; Glandree, co. Clare 

1846 

KNIGHT, Sir Arnold Jambs, M.D., Knt. Bachelor, youngest son 
of the late Alexander Knight, Esq. of Six Hills Grange, Lincoln- 
shire, by the daughter of Samuel Caley, E^q. Of (jrrimoldby Hall, 
Lincolnshire. B. 1789; mar. 1821 the daughter of the late Thos. 
Smith, Esq. of Dunston Halt, Derbyshire . . .18^1 

LTONS, Str William, Knt. Bachelor, second son of William Lyons, 
Esq. of Cork, by the daughter of — Flanagan, ESq. B. I794<; 
mar. 1824 the eldest daughter of Spencer Dyer, Esq. of the Cove, 
Kinsale. Id a merchant at Cork ; Mayor of that city in 1848 and 
1849, in which latter year he received the honour of knighthood 
from her Majesty during the royal visit to Cork. Residence : Rock 
Grove Terrace, Cork 1849 

MACDONNEL, Sir Edward, Knt. Bachelor (Ireland). B. 1806; 
mar. 1832 the daughter of Syltestei* Costigan, Esq. ts Chairman 
of the Great Western and Southern Railway of Ireland, on the 
opening of which railway to Cork, in 1 849, he was kniehted by 
the Earl of Clarendon, then Lord-Lieutenslnt of Ireland. Resi- 
dence: 31 Merrion-sqaare South ; Killeeri, co i)ublin . 1849 

MURRAY,* Sir Jambs, M.D., Knt. Bachelor (Ireland), eldest son 
of Edward Murray, Esq., by thfc daughter of John Towill, Esq. of 
the county of Londonderry. B. 1788 ; mar. 1809 the third daugh- 
ter of G. Sharrock, Esq. of the county of Down (she died 1841). 
Is Inspector of Anatomy and Physician to the Anglesey and Net- 
terville Hospitals. Residences: Merrion-square, Dublin; 51 ur- 
rav-terrace, Belfast 1833 

REDJNGTON, Sift Thomas Ntcbolas, K.C.B. (Civil), only spn of 
the late Capt Christopher RedingtOn, by the Ouly child of Henry 
Dowelt, l^sq. of Cadiai. B. 1815; mar. 1842 the eldest daughter 
and cd-heir of John Hyacinth Talbot, Esq. of Talbot Hall, do. 



CATHOLIC FRIVT COUNCILLORS, &C. 155 

Wexford. Is one of the Secretaries to the Board of Control for 
the Affairs of India^ and a Commissioner of National Edncation in 
Ireland. Residenoe: 5 Eton Place West, London . • 1849 
fiVtiKE, Sir John Bernard, Knt., Ulster King-of-Arms . IS54 
SHEIL, Colonel Sir Justin, K.C B., late English Minister at the 
Court of Persia, and brother of the late llight Hon. Hicbard Lalor 
Shell, British Ambassador at Florence. 



CATHOLIC PRIVY COUNCILLORS AND JUDGES, &c. 

PtGOTT, Right Hon. David Richard, Priry Councillor (Ireland); 
appointed 1840; son of Dr. Pigott of Kilworth, co Cork; was 
called to the bar in Ireland in 1826 ; appointed Solicitor-General 
for Ireland in 18^9; was Attorney-General from 1840 to Sept. 
1841 ; appointed Chief Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland in 1 846 ; 
was M.P. for Clonmel from 1839 to 1846 ; is a Visitor of Maynooth 
College. Residence : 8 Merrion-square South, Dublin. 

MON AH AN, Right Hon.James Henry, Privy Councillor(treland); 
appointed 1848. Called to the bar in Ireland in 1828 ; was Soli- 
citor-General for Ireland in 1816-47; Attorney- General from Dec. 
1847 (when he was made a Privy Councillor^ till Not. 1850 ; has 
been Chief- Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland since the last 
date; was M.P. for Galway from' Feb. to July 1847. Residence: 
18 IS^iddle Garduier-street, Dublin. 

SALL, Right Hon. Nicholas, Priry Councillor (Ireland) ; ap- 
pointed 1838 ; son of the late John Ball, Esq. of Eccles-street, 

Dublin. B. 1791 ; mar. 1817 , daughter of the late Thomas 

Sherlock, Esq. of Butterstown, co. Kilkenny ; was called to the 
bar in 1814; Attorney- General for Ireland in 1838; a Justice of 
the Common Pleas in Ireland in 1839; was member for Clonmel 
from 1836 to 1^39. Residence: 85 St. Stephen's Greed South, 
Dublin. 

MURPHY, Serjeant, Francis Stock, a Commissioner in ttie English 
Insolvent Court. 

WYSE, Right Hon. Thomas, Privy Councillor (Great Britain), 
1849; C.B. (Civil), 1851; eldest son of the late Thomas Wyse, 
Esq. of the Manor of St John, near Waterford, by the only daugh- 
ter and heiress of George Bagge. Esq. of Dromore, co. Waterford. 
B. 1791; mar. 1821 daughter of Lucien Bonaparte, Prince of Ca- 
nino. Appointed Minister- Plenipotentiarv to Greece in Feb. 1849, 
and on that occasion made a Privy Councillor ; is a Deputy- Lieut, 
of Queen ^s county. Residence: British ^^irbassy, Athens. Seats: 
Manor of St. John, near Waterford ; Cuddagh, Queen's county. 

ilONSELL, Right Hox. William, Privy Councillor; Clerk of the 
Ordnance; M.P. for co. Limerick; brother-in-law of the £arl of 
Dunraven. 

KEOGH, Right IIon. William, Privy Councillor (Ireland); Attor- 
ney-General for Ireland ; M.P. for Athlone. 

VlT^GZRktjDf J. D., Esq., Solicitor-General for Irelind ; M.P. for 
Ennis. 



256 CATHOLIC LADIBS OF RANK. 

CATHOLIC LADIES OF RANK. 

LANDI. PRINCESS DGRIA-PAMFILT ; Lady Mary Alathea 
Beatrice Talbot, daughter of the 16th Earl of Shrewsbury. B. 
1815; mar. 1839 Prince Filippo Doria-Pamfili Landi. Resi- 
dence : Palazzo Doria, Rome. 

HAMILTON, DUCHIiSS OF; Her Highness Mary Amelia 
Elizabeth Caroline, daughter of Charles Louis Frederick, late 
reigning Grand Duke of Baden. B. Uth Oct. 1817; mar. 23d 
Feb. 181:3 William Alexander Anthony Archibald, Marquis of 
Douglas and Clydesdale, b. 19th Feb. 1811. Sue. his father as 
Duke of Hamilton, Brandon, and Chatelherault, 18th Aug. 1850. 
Residences: Hamilton Palace, co. Lanark; Brodrick Castle, Isle 
of Arran: Ashton Hall, Lancashire; and Easton Park, Suffolk. 

LEEDS, DUCHESS OF; Louisa Catherine, third daughter of 
Richard Caton, Esq. of Maryland. Mar. first, 24th April 1847 
Sir FeltonElwell Bathurst Hervey, Baronet, grandson of the Ist 
Earl of BristoL who died Sept. 1819; secondly, 24th April 1828 
Francis Godolphin, 7th Duke of Leeds. Residence: Hornby 
Castle, Catterick, Yorkshire. 

BUCCLEUCH AND QUEENSBERRY, DUCHESS OF; Lady 
Charlotte Anne Thynne, daughter of Thomas, 2d Marquis of 
Bath. Mar. 1829 Walter Francis Montagu Douglas Scott, Duke 
of Buccleuch and Queen sherry. 

LOTHIAN, DOWAGER MARCHIONESS OF; Lady Cecil 
Chetwynd Talbot, second daughter of Charles, 2d Earl Talbot 
B. 17th April 1808; mar. 19th July 1831 the late John William 
Robert, 7th Marquis of Lothian, who died 14th Not. 181-1. 

SHREWSBURY, Dowager Countess of; Maria, eldest daughter of 
the late William Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, co. Wexford, and 
niece of the first Earl of Mountmorris. B. 1795; mar. 1814 
John, the 16th Earl of Shrewsbury, who died 9th Nov. 1852. 

BERKE'LEY, Lady Catherine Maky, younger daughter of the 
Earl of Kenmare. B. 28th May 1829 ; mar. 4th Maich 1851 
Robert Berkeley, Esq.,jun. of Spetchley, Worcestershire. 

ANDERTON, Lady Emma Franc bn, eldest daughter of the Earl of 
FingaU. B. May 1826; mar. 12th Sept. 1850 William Ince 
Anderton, Esq., younger, of Euxton and Ince, Lancashire. 

NETTEaVILLE, DOWAGER VISCOUNTESS ; Eliza, third 
daughter of Joseph Kerwan, Esq. of Hillsbrook, co. Galway, and 
relict of James, 7th Viscount, who died on 13th Feb. 1854. 

STUART, Lady Louisa, only daughter of Charles, 7th Earl of Tra- 
quair, and sister of the present Karl. B. 20th March 1776. 

KENMARE, Dowager Countess of, Auousta Anne, 2d daughter 
of Sir Robert Wilmot, Baronet, of Osmaston. Mar. 1st July 1816 
Valentine, 2d Carl of Kenmare, who died 31st Oct. 1853. 

CLARE, Dowager Countess of, Elizabeth Julia Georgina Bur- 
rell, 3d daughter of Peter, 1st Lord Gwydyr, and the late Baroness 
Willoughby d'Eresby. B. 25th March 1793; mar. 14th April 
1826 John, 2d Earl of Clare, who died 1 8th Aug. 1851. 

GRANVILLE, Countess of, Marie Louise Pelline, only child 
and heiress of Emeric Joseph, Due de Dalberg. Mar. first, 9ti| 



CATHOLIC LADIES OF RANK. 257 

July 1832 Sir Ferdinand Richard Edward Acton, Baronet, who died 
3l8t Jan. 1837; secondly, 25th July 1840 Granville George, 2d 
Earl Granville. Residences: Stone Park, Staffordshire; 16 Bra* 
ton-street, London. 

HOWTH, Dowager Countess of; Maroarbt, eldest daughter of 
William Burke, Esq. of Glinsk, co. lloscommon. Mar. \Villiam, 
2d Earl of Uowth, who died 4th April 1832. 

NEWBURGH, Dowager Countess; Anne, only daughter of Joseph 
Webh, Esq. of Oldstock House, Wilts. Mar. 1791 Anthony 
James, 5th Earl of Newburgh, who died 29th Nov. 1814. Resi- 
dence : Slindon, Sussex. 

NEWBURGH, Dowager Countess; Margaret, 3d daughter of 
Archibald; 1st Marquis of Ailsa. B. 1800 ; mar. 14th Nov. 1817 
Thomas, 7th Earl of Newburgh, who died 22d May 1833. Resi- 
dence: 35 Wilton-crescent, London. 

TANKERVILLE, Countess of; Carisande Armandine Leo- 
vice Sophie, daughter of the Due de Grammont. Mar. 28th 
July 180(> Charles Augustus Beiinet, 5th Earl of Tankerville. 
Residences: Chillingham Castle, Wooler, Northumberland; 23 
U ertford - street. May- fair. 

DUNGARVON, Viscountess; Catherine, eldest daughter of Wil- 
liam, 2d Earl of Howth). Mar. 10th March 1828 Charles, Vis- 
count Dungarvon, who died 25th Aug. 1834. Residence : 3 Ha- 
milton-place, Piccadilly. 

NEWRY, Dowager Viscountess, eldest daughter of the Hon. Sir 
Charles Colville, G.C.B. B. 7th Dec. 1819; mar. 30th July 1839 
Francis Jack Needham, Viscount Newry and Mome, eldest son of 
the 2d Earl of Kilmorey, who died 6th May 1851. 

PETRE, Dowager Lady, Emma Aones, 2d daughter of Henry How- 
ard, Esq. of Corby Castle. Mar. 14th April 1823 William, Uth 
Baron Petre, who died 3d July 1850. Residence : 3 Mansfield- 
street, London. 

STAFFORD, Dowager Lady, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard 
Caton, Esq. of Maryland, U.S. Mar. 25th May 1836 George 
William, 8th Baron btafford, who died 4th Oct. 1851. 

STOURION, Dowager Lady, Catherine, daughter of Thomas 
Weld, Esq. of Lulworth Castle, co. Dorset. Mar. Oct. 1800 
William, 17th Lord Stourton, who died 4th Dec. 1S46. 

STUART DE DECIES, Lady Madame de Olt. Mar. Henry 
Villiers Stuart, Baron Stuart de Decies. Residence: Dromana, 
CO. Waterford, 

BOROUGH, Lady Elizabeth, youngest daughter of William, 2d 
Earl of Howth. B. 1811; mar. 12th May 1831 Sir Edward 
Richard Borough, Bart, liesidence : Coolock Lodge, co. Dublin. 

HOWAltD, Lady Catherine, 6th daughter of William, 4th Earl of 
Wicklow. B. 23d Aug. 1831. 

JONES, Lady Harriett, daughter of Arthur James, 8th Earl of 
Fingall. Mar. llth Sept. 1817 John Jones. Esq. of Llanarth 
Court, CO. Monmouth, who died 22d April 1848. 

SEARLB, Lady Harriet, eldest daughter by his second marriago of 
Jdin Joseph Talbot, Esq., father of the 16th Earl of Shrewsbury. 
B, 1803; mar. 19th Oct, 1829 John W. Searle, Esq. 



9d8, CATHOLIC LADIES OF RANK, 

TALBOT, Lady Annette-Mart^^ sister of the I7ik Earl of Shreirs- 
bury. , Mar. Sir Humphrey de Trafford, Baronet. 

TALBOT, Lady Gwbndaline, sister of the l7th Karl of Shrews- 
bury. Res'dence : Bilton Grange, Rugby. 

DOUGHTY, Hod. Dowager Lady; Hon Katheristb Arundell* 
third daughter of James Everard, 9th Lord Arundell of Wardour. 
Mar. 2Hth June 1827 Sir Edward Doughty Tichborne, of Tich-' 
boroe, Hants, who died 5th March 1853. 

TOWNELEY, Lady Caroline, fourth daughter of Wiltiam Philip* 2d 
Earl of Sefton, by Maria, second daughter of the 6th Earl Craven. 
Mar. 19th Nov. 1836 Charles Towneley, Esq. of Towneley, Laa- 
oashire. Residences : Towneley, Burnley, Lancashire; 12 Charles* 
street, Berkeley-square, London 

WHEBLE, Lady Catherine Elizareth, second daughter of Thos. 
Sd Earl of Howth. B. 1831; mar. 1850 James Joseph Wheble, 
Esq, of Bulmarshe Court, co. Berks. Residences Bulmarshe 
Court, Berkshire. 

LOUTH, Dowager Lady Anna Maria, youngest daughter of the 
late Philip Roche, Esq. of Donare, co. Kildare, by Anna Maria, 
youtfgest daughter of Randall, Lord Dunsany. Mar. 29th Noy. 
1830 Thomas, 12th Lord Louth, who died 1849. 

KERR, Ijady Cecil Elizareth, daughter of the 7th Marquis of 
Lothian. B. 1835. 

KERR, Lady Alice Mart, daugliter of the 7th Marquis of Lothian. 
B. 1836. 

FULLERTON, Lady Georgian a Charlotte, daughter of 1st Earl 
Granville. Bom 1812; mar. 1833 Alex. George Fnllerton, Esq. 

HERVEY, Lady William; Cecilia Mart, youngest daughter of the 
late Vice- Admiral Sir Ihomas Francis Freemantle, Baronet, by 
Elisabeth, daughter and co-heir of Richard Wynne, Esq. of ("aking- 
ham, eo. Lincoln. B. 1809; mar. 7th Sept. 1844 Lcird William 
Hervey, 2d son of the 1st Marquis of Bristol, who died in 1850. 

ST. LAWRENCE, Lady En ilt, eldest daughter oC 
Thomas, 3d Earl of Howth. B. 1829. 

ST. LAWRENCE, Lady Mart, third daughter of 
Thomas, 3d Earl of ^owth. B. 1832. 

ST. LAWRENCE, Lady Margaret, fourth daugh- 
ter of Thomas, 8d Earl of Howth. B. 1840. 



Ilesidetic^: 

^ Howth Cattle, 

CO. DubliA. 



LADIES OF BARONETS. 

ACTON, Dowager Lady, eldest daughter of Gen. Joseph £^dward Acton. 

, Mar. Sir John Francis Edward Acton, who died 1 2th Aug. 1811. 

ARM YT AGE, Lady Eliza Matilda Mary, 2d daughter of Sir 
Joseph Radcilffe, Bart, of Milnes- Bridge House, co. York, by 
Jacobina, youngest daughter of John Macdonnell, Esq. of Ber- 
wick-upon-Tweed. Mar. 1st June 1841 Sir George Armyti^e, 
Bart of Kirkless Hall, Yorkshire. Residences : 27 Cambridge-sq^., 
Hyderpark, London; and Kirkless HalL 

BARNEWALL, Dowager liudy Esmb, eldest daughter ot the late 
Christopher Bamewall, Esq. of Meadstoun, co. or Meatb, relict oi 
Sir Aylmer Joha Bamewall, Bart., who died in Jan. iddd, and 
mother of the preient Bart. 



CATHOI.IC I*APIE8 OF BANK. , 269 

BBLIiBW, Lft^F Dowager Heli^na Maria, daughter of Thonaa 
Dillon of Eadatonn, co. of Jtlldare, ^sq., and widow of Sir 
Michael I>ill6n Bellew, Bart., co. of Galway, who died on 9th May 
1855. 

BBUCEi Lady Isabella, only child of Alexander Moir, Esq. of 
ScotstowQ, by Margaret, daughter of James Grordon, Esq., Banff- 
shire. Mar. 10th June 16^8 Sir Michael Bruce of Stenhoase, 
Stirlingshire, Bart. 

BLENNERHASSETT, Lady Sarah Mahont. Mar. ldS8 Sir 
Arthur Blennerbasaett, Bart of Blennerville, co. Kerry, who died 
1849. Her ladyship mar. secondly, in 1850, Frederick Randall, 
Esq. of Highbury. 

BURKE, Lady, relict of the late Sir John Burke, Bart, of Marble* 
hill. 

FIT2Gr£tlALt), Lady Augusta, 2d daughter of Vlce-Admiral Sir 
Thomas Freemantle, Bart. Mar. 27th Sept. 1^26 Sir James Fitz- 
gerald, Bart., who died 25th Sept. 1^39. Residence: 40 1'ortman- 
sqn^re. 

FREEMANTLE, Dowager Lady Elizabeth, daughter and.co- 
haif of Richard Wynne, Esq. of Fakingfaam, co. Lincoln. Mar. 
1798 the late Vice- Admiral Sir Thomas Francis Freemantle, who 
died Dec. 1819. 

GrERARD, Dowager Lady Monica, daughter of the late Thomas 
Stricklanii Standish, Esq. of Standish-hall, L'incashire, and relict 
of Sir John Gerard, Bart., who died on 21st Feb. 1854. 

GRACE, Dowager Lady Mary, daughter of Richard Dunne, Esq. 
of Carlow. Mar. Sir William Grace of Grace Castle, co. Kil- 
kenny, who died 27th June 1841. 

HALES, Lady Lucy, 2d daughter of Henry Darell, Esq. of Cale> 
hill, Kent, by Elizabeth, 2d daughter of Sir Thomas Gage, Bart. 
Mar. 1798 Sir Edward Hales, Bart., who died in 1829, when his 
baronetcy became extinct Residence : 54 Montague-square, 
London. 

IIARTWELL, bowager Lady Louisa, daughter of John Ald- 
ridge, Esq. of New Lodge, Sussex. Mar. 1812 Sir l^rancis 
Jo^ Hartwell, Bart, of Dale-hall, co. Sussex, who died 28th June 
1831. Lady Hartwell and her daughter, Louisa, are Nuns in the 
Holy Roman States. 

MOSTY^, Dowager Lady Constantia, 8d daughter or Henry 
Slaughter, Esq. of Furze Hall, co. Essex, by Maria Frances, 
widow of Mark Anthony Browne, last Yisco(unt Montague. Mar. 
2d Aug. 1826 her cousm. Sir Edward Mostyn. fiart o^ Talacre, 
CO. Flint, who died 18th July 1841. Residence: Portobello-house, 
East Sheen, Surrey. 

NUGENT, Dowager Lady Susan Victoria Regina, only datghter 
of Thomas Peter D'Aral^et, Baron of the Holy Homan Empire. 
Mar. 8th Jan. 1811 Sir James Nugent of Ballinlough Castle, co. 
'Westmeath, who died 26th April 1843. Residence: 4 Grosvenor- 
gate, Park-lane, London. 

O'LOC^HLEN, Dowager Lady Bidelia, daughter of Daniel Kelly, 
Esq. of Dublin, and- relict of the. Eight Hon. Sir Michael 
O'Logtien, Bari, Master of tbe Rolls in Ireland, who died in 184l^« 



2G0 CATHOLIC LADIES OF KNIGHTS. 

RADCLIPFE, Lady Jacobin A, youngest datighter of the late John 
Macdonnell, Esq. of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Mar. Oct. 1819 Sir 
Joseph Radcliffe, Bart, of M lines- Bridge-house, co. York. Resi- 
dence : Milnes- Bridge-bouse. 

STANLEY, Lady Massey; Mary, only daughter of Sir Camaby 
HaggerstoD Bart, of Haggerston, co. Northumberland. Mar. 
1805 Sir Thomas Stanley Massey Stanley of Hooton, who died 
Aug. Idi-l. Residence: Haggerston, Northumberland. 

ST. GEORGE, Lady Maria, eldest daughter of J. Power, Esq. 
of Church-town House, co. Waterford. Mar. 18i7 Sir Theo- 
philus John St. George, Bart of Woodsgifti co. Kilkenny. Resi- 
dence : Woodsgift, co. Kilkenny. 

WILLI AMS-BULKELEY, Lady MariaFrances, only daughter of 
the late Sir Thomas Stanley Massey Stanley, Bart, of Hooton, co. 
Chester, by Mary, only daughter of Sir Camaby Haggerston, Bart, 
of Haggerston, co. Durham. B. 1808; mar. 2d Aug. 1832 Sir 
Richard Bulkeley Williams- Bulkeley, Bart, of Penrhyn, co. Caer- 
narvon, M. P. for Anglesea. Residences: 87 Eaton-square ; Baron- 
hill. Beaumaris. 

WOLSELEY, Dowager Lady, Mary Annk, eldest daughter of 
Nicholas Selby, Esq. of Acton-house, Middlesex, widow of Sir 
Charles Wolseley, 8th Bart.» who died 15th May 1854, and 
mother of the present Bart 

WREY, Lady Colks. Mar. 18th Sept 1843 Sir Bourchier 

Palk Wrey of Trebitch, co. Cornwall. Residences: Trebitch- 
house, Cornwall ; Tawstock-house, Devonshire. 



LADIES (BY COURTESY) OF KNIGHTS. 

CARTWRIGHT, Lady Mart Elizabeth Augusta, daughter 
of the Count de Sandizell of Bavaria. Mar. 1824 Sir Thomas 
Cartwright, 6.C.H., British Envoy in Sweden, who died 1850. 

CHICHESTER, Lady Mary Barbara, eldest daughter of Sir 
Thomas Hugh Constable, by Mary McDonald, 2d daughter of 
John Chichester, Esq. of Arlington. B. 1801 ; mar. 1826 
Lieut. -Colonel Sir Charles Chichester, Knt., who died in 1817. 
Residence : 43 Connaught-square, London. 

DOVETON, Lady, daughter of Monsieur Benoit Mottet de la Fon- 
taine, France. Mar. in 1808 Sir John Doveton, K.C.B. Resi- 
dence: 5 Sussex-square, Hyde-park, London. 

FITZ-SIMON, Lady Cathbkine, 2d daughter of Sir John Power, 
Bart, of Roebuck House, Dublin, by the eldest daughter of 
Thomas Brenan, Esq. Mar. 1829 Sir Nicholas Fitz-Simon, 
Inspector-General of Fri&ons in Ireland, who died 1819. Resi- 
dence: Loretto House, Bray Head, co. Wicklow. 

GORDON, Lady Helbn, eldest daughter of John Fletcher of Dunans, 
Argyleshire. Mar. 1826 Charles Gordon, Esq. of Drimnin, 
Secretary to the Highland Society, who was knighted in 1837, and 
died in 1845. Residence : Drimnin House, Tobermony, Argyll^ 
shiro. 

HAYTER, Lady Hclena Cecilia Htde Burke, Daughter of 
Robert Burke, Esq. of Prospect, co. Cork. M«ir. in 1846 Sir 



CATHOLIC LANDED OBNTRY. 261 

George Hayter, Knight, Serjeant- Painter to her Majesty. Resi- 
dence: 16 Blandford-sqnare, London. 

MACBONNELL, Lady, relict of Sir Francis Macdonnell, Knight, of 
Dnnfort House, in the county of Kildare. 

MACFARLANB, Lady Maria Gbrtrudb, daughter of Henry 
Vankempen, Captain in the Dutch Navy, and Consul of the 
King of the Netherlands at Tripoli. Mar. 1815 General Sir 
Robert Macfarlane, K.C.fi. 1817, who died in 1843. Residence : 
1 1 Chesham-street, Belgrave-square. 

RIALL, Lady Eliza, eldest daughter of the late James Scarlett, 
Esq. of Jamaica. Mar. 1819 Grenerai Sir Phineas Riall, K.C.H., 
who died in 1850. Residence : 66 Eaton-square. 

ROUTH, Lady Maris Louisk, daughter of Judge Taschereau 
of Qcebec Mar. 1830 Sir Randolph Isham Routh, K.C.B. 
Residence : 19 Dorset-square, London. 

WITH AM, Lady Jane, daughter of Hoy, Esq., and widow of 

Sir Charles Witham, Knt., Bach., of Higham, co. of Suffolk, who 
died on 30th November 1853. 



CATHOLIC LANDED GENTRY OF GREAT BRITAIN. 

Acton, William Joseph, Esq., of WoWerton, Worcestershire. The 
Actons are of Saxon origin, and existed in Worcestershire pre- 
viously to the Conquest. 

Amherst, Rbv. Francis Kerrill, Fieldgate House, Warwickshire. 

Anderton, F. J., Esq., Clayton Villa, Lancashire. 

Anoerton, William Incb, E8q.,of Euxtonand Ince; J.P. Lancashire. 

Anme, George, Esq., of l^urghwallis, Yorkshire. 

Barrett, John Basil, Esq., of Milton House, Berks. 

Bastard, Edmund Roonev Pollexfen, Esq., of Kitley; J.P. and 
D. L. Devonshire. The Bastards have existed in Devonshire since 
the Conquest. 

Batbuan, Hugh, Esq., of Harlington Hall, Derbyshire. This fa- 
mily settled at Harlington before the year 1660. 

Batemak, R. T., Esq., J.P. and D.L., Trent Vale, Staffordshire. 

Bbaomont, John, Esq., of Barrow>upon-Trent. 

Beech, James, Esq., of Stonefield House. 

Behkelby, Robbkt, Esq., of Spetchley, Worcestershire. 

Berington, John, Esq., of Winsley, Herefordshire ; and Mote, 
Derbyshire. 

Bests, John Richard, Esq., of Botleigh Grange, Hants. 

BiDDULPH, Wright Anthony, Esq., of Burton Park, Sussex. The 
Biddulphs are of Norman extraction. 

Bill, John, Esq., Trent Vale, Staffordshire. 

Blakcuard, Jambs, Esq., of Grimsargh Hall, Lancashire. 

Blount, Michael Henry, Esq., of Maple-Durham, Oxfordshire. 
This ancient family has been traced to the Counts of Guisnes in 
Picardy ; the descendants of a race of Scandinavian nobles, rulers 
of Denmark. High Sheriff of Oxfordshire in 1 832. 

Blvndbll, Thomas Wbld, Esq.* of Ince-Blundell, Lancashire. 



203 CATHOliIC LANDED ttENTAY 

BjcDNDEfiL, Nicholas, Esq., of Croi^y H«U« lanowyce* A twj 

ancient family, from time of £d\irard h 
BoDGNHAM, CharL£s TiioMAS, E8<|., of Rotherwas. HerefdrdsMrt $ 
descended from Hugh de Bodh>iin or Bodenham, Lord of Boi^n- 
ham, temp. Stephen and Ueary II. 
BowDBN, Captain, Chiselharst, Kent 

Bow DON, HsNRY, Esq., of Southgate, and Brightonfields, Derbyshire. 
Bow DON, John Butler, Esq., of Pleasington, Luicaflhire. The 
Bov^dons have been settled in Derbyshire for upwards of 400 years. 
Brethertoh, Bartholomew, Esq., of Ratnhill, Lsacashire. 
Bridges, MattbeW, Esq., of Chester Hill House, Gioacfistershire. 
Brig HAM, Hbnry, Esq.* of Farley House, Lymm, Cheshire. 
BrockholEs, Tboh.^s Fitzhrrbcrt, Esq., of Claughton Hail, Lan- 
cashire, Urn family has existed at CUttghton for ibany cen- 
turies. 
Brown, Joh.v, Esq., Fairfield, Liverpool, Lancashire. 
ByRQN, Samuel L., Esq., of West Ayton, Yorkshire. 
Caley, Samuel, Esq., of Upp Hall, X*incobishire. 
Campbell, Robert, Esq., of Skerrington ; J. P. for Ayrshire. The 

family of Skerrington is very aneient. 
Canning, Francis, Esq., of Fozcote, Warwickshire. A very ancient 

family. 
Cary, George Stanley, Esq., of Fcllaton, Devonshire; J. P. and 
D.L. Devon. This family is a collateral branch of the aneie&t . 
family of Cary of Torr Abbey. 
Cary, Robert, S. S., Esq., of Torr Abbey, Devoashire. This fa- 
mily dates from the I'ith century. 
Chadwick, John F., Esq., of the Hermitage, Grimsargh, Luieasbire. 
Cballonbr, Edward, Esq., of Os^hill, Lancashire. 
Chalmer, Peter, Esq., Aigbarth, Lancashire. 
Charlton, William Henry, Esq., of Hesleyside) J. P. Northna^ 
berland. The Hesleyside family is descended from Adam de 
Charlton^ Lord of the Manor of Charlton, a.d.. 1303. 
Cholmelcy, — , Esq., of Urandsby Hall, Yorkshire. This is the 

senior line of the eminent Yorkshire family of Cholmonddey. 
Cholmondcley, Charles, Esq.^of Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire. 
Clarke, Danvbrs, Esq., of Alcombe, Glouesstershire. 
CLAY&RrNG, Edward John, Esq., o^ Callaly Castle; J.P. Northum* 
berland. From the Claverings, who eame to England under the 
banner of the Coriqneror, sprang several noble families. 
CoLEORAVE, William^ Esq, qf Downsall ^nd Carsa Hall^ Essex; 

and Bracebridge and Mere Hall, Lincolnshire. 
CoNoLLY, Charles JoiftN, Esq., of Mtdford Castle, Somersetshire. 
Constable, TuoitAs, Esq., Otley, Yorkshire. 
CoRSAR, Edward, Esq., of the Woodlands, Worcestershire. 
Coulston, Thomas, Esq., of Well House, Lancaster. 
Cox, R. Snkao, Esq., of Soaldern House, Oxfordshire ; and of 

Bishop- Eaton, Herefordshire. 
Dale, Miss, of Ashbome^ Derbyshire. 

D ALTON, of Ihurnham. This ancient family is now represented by 
Elizabeth, the ooly surviving daughter of ths late John Dalten, 
Eaq.^ 6f TkumkMi Hall, who, by the will of the Ut« Kr. Dakstii 



or GREAT BRITAIN. 363 

will be succeeded hf Sir James Fitzgerald, Bart, who is to tako 
the name of Dalton- Fitzgerald. 

Darbll, Philip, Esq., of Calehill in Kent. The Darells were esta* 
blished in £ngtand at the time of the Conquest. 

0ARBT, John, Esq., of Dorchester, Oxfordshire. 

Dashwood, Charles R., Esq., of Torquay, Devonshire. 

Dk Bary, Richard Home, Esq., of Weston Hall, Warwickshire. 

De Castro, J. C, Esq., of Woodend, Devonshire. 

Dick, — , Esq., of Tullymet, Perthshire. 

Dunn, Mrs., West t)erby, Lancashire. 

Edwards, Joseph, Esq., West l)erby, Lancashire. 

Errington, John, Esq., of High Warden, J.P. Northumberland. 

Errington, Rowland, Esq., of Sandboe and Beaufront, Northum* 
berland; Red Rice, Hants; and Pnddington, Chester. High 
Sheriff of Northumberland in 1855. Mr. £. is heir presamptiye 
to the Stanley Baronetcy. 

Eyrb, John Lewis (Count Byre), Count of the Lateran Hall and 
Apostolic Palace, descended from the Eyres of Derbyshire. 

Etre, Vincent, Esq., of Newbold, Derbyshire; and of Lenley Hall# 
Leicestershire. 

Etston, Charles, Esq., of Hendred House, High Sheriff of Berk- 
shire in 1831. The Eystons have enjoyed their estates in Berk- 
shire, in the male line^ since the reign of Henry VI. 

Fbrrbrs, Marmion Edward, Esq., of Baddesley Clinton. This 
family is of Norman origin, and very ancient. 

Finch, Thomas, Esq., of Mawdesley, Lancashire. 

Fitzhbrbert, Thomas, Esq.« of Norbury, Derbyshire, and of Swyn- 
nerton in Staffordshire, High Sheriff of Staffordshire in 1831. The 
family of Fitzherbert il^ descended from a Norman knight named 
Herbert. 

Fletcubr, Angus, Esq., of Dunans, Argyleshire. 

Gallini, Arthur, Esq., of Yallenden House, Berks. 

Gandolvi, J. v., Esq., of Bawtry, Yorkshire. 

Gerard, Archibald, Esq., of Hocksoles, Lanarkshire. 

Gerard, Frederick, Esq., of Aspul, Lancashire. 

GiFFARD, Thomas William, Esq.^ of Chillington; J.P. Staffordshire. 
'J he Giffards are descended from a Norman duke, living in the 
reign of Richard [. 

Qillow, R. T., Esq^ of Leighton Hall, Cumberland. 

Gordon, Patrick, Esq., of Wardhouse, Aberdeenshire. 

CrRiMSHAW, SabIuel, Esq., of Errwood Hall, Cheshire, 

Hanforo, Compton John, Esq., of WooUer's Hill; J.P. Worcester- 
shire. This ancient family was seated at an early period in Che- 
shire, and in Worcestershire in 1536. 

Havers, Thomas, Esq., of Thelton Hall, county Norfolk. 

Hawkins, H. M., Esq., of the Gaer, Monmouthshire. 

Hercy, John, Esq., of Hawthorn Hill; J.P. Berks. This family 
dates from the reign of Henry HI. 

Herbert, John Arthur, Esq., of Llanarth Court, Monmouthshire.. 
The ancestor of this ancient family came over to England with the 
Conqueror^ and from it ttie chivalrous house of Herbert, and 
other houief of note spraof . 



364 CATHOLIC LANDKD QENTKY 

HiBBKRT, John Hbrbkrt WASHiyotoN, Esq., of Bilton Grange. 

HooGCB, Richard. Esq., of Sugnell Hall, Staffordshire. 

UoLDFORTH, J AMES, Esq.', of Bufley Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire. 

HoRNYOLD, Thomas Charles, Esq., of Blackmore Park and Hanley 

Castle, Worcestershire. The family of Homyold possessed lands 

in Hanley Castle in the time of Henry III. 

Howard, Philip Henry, Esq , of Corby Castle. The Howards of 

Corby form a branch of the noble house of Norfolk. 

Hvddlbston, Ferdinand, Esq., of Sawston, Cambridgeshire, where 

the family settled in the 15th century. 

Hun lore, James, Esq., of Birdholme, Derbyshire. 

HussBY, John, Esq., of Nash Court, Mamhull, Dorsetshire. 

Jameson, — , Esq., of Roby, Lancashire. 

JsNKiNs, Thomas, Esq., of Larkhill, Worcestershire. 

Jones, William, Esq., of the Hill House and Perthyre. 

Jones, William, Esq., of Pyle, Glamorganshire. 

Jones, William, Esq., of Clytha, Monmouthshire. 

Kbarncy, Matthew, Esq., J. P. Ford, Lanchester, Durham. 

KiRsopp, James, Esq., of the Spital, co. Northumberland. 

Kyle, Colonel, of Bingle, Aberdeenshire. 

Kynaston, — , Esq., of i)t. Brenvels, Gloucestershire. 

Lamb, Richard, Esq., of Axwell Park, Durham. 

Lbemino, John, Esq., of Spring GroTe, Yorkshire; Count of the 

Holy Roman Empire. 

Leigh, William, Esq., of Woodchester Park. 

Lescher, Joseph, Esq., of Boyles, Kent. 

Leslie, Colonel K. H.,of Balqubain, Fettemear, and Inch, all in the 

county of Aberdeen, 26th Baron of Balquhain, Count of the Holy 

Roman Empire ; descended from a noble Hungarian, who came to 

Scotland with Queen Margaret in 1067. D.L. for Derbyshire.* 

Livingston, James,' Esq., Fairfield, ncai* Liverpool, Lancashire. 

Lomax, James, Esq., of Clayton Hall, Lancashire. 

Macdermott, John, Esq., of the Manor of Tadmorden, Oxfordshire. 

Macdonald, Angus, Esq., of Glenalladale, Inyemess-shire. 

Macdonald, Ronald, E«q., of Morar, Inverness-shire. 

Macdonnell, Francis, Esq., of Plas Newydd, Monmouthshire. 

Mackarrell, J., Esq., of Harvington Hall, Worcestershire. 

Mackenzie, Lewis, Esq., of Balavil, Dongwall, Ross-shire. 

Man NOCK, Patrick, Esq., of Gifford*s Hall, Stoke-by- Nayland, Suf- ' 

folk. The Mannock family came into this locality in the reign of 

King Edward III. 

Maxwell, William Constable, Esq., of Everingham Park, York • 

shire, and Carlaverock Castle, in Dumfriesshire. Mr. Maxwell is 

a claimant of the peerage of Herries, in Scotland. The family of 

Maxwell is very ancient. 

Maxwell, Marmaduke Constable, Esq., of Terregles, Kirkcud- 

brightshire. 

Maxwell, Henry Constable, Esq., of Scarthingwell Hall, Yorks. 

Meady, Richard, Esq., of Cloudesley Lodge, Hampshire. 

* Fettemear, one of the fairiUy estates, was the summer palace of the Biibop 
of Aberdeen, and confirmed to the Leslie family, by Papal Charter, for defending 
the Cathedral of Aberdeen at the Reformation. No Protestant member of the 
family ever had isKue. 



OP O&EAT BRITAIK, 265 

MeynblIm TflOMAS, Esq., of North KiWington and the Fryerage, 
Toriishire ; and of Hartlepool, oo. Durham, for which he is a J. P. 
The Meynella are an ancient family, dating from the 12th century. 

MiDDLBTON, Francis, Esq., of Otley, Yorkshire. 

MiDDLETON, Peter, Esq., of Stockeld Park, Wetherby, Yorkshire. 

MoNiNGTON, Thomas, Esq, of Samesfield Court; J.P. and High 
Sheriff in 1837 for Herefordshire. 

MoNTBiTH, Robert J. Esq., of Carstairs, Lanarkshire. 

MoRETON, Samuel Holland, Esq., LiverpooL 

Morgan, George, Esq., of Mount Noel, Sussex. 

Mouslet, Charles E., Esq., of Haunton Hail, Staffordshire. 

Murray, Charles Robert Scott, Esq., of Danesfield, Bucks. 

Myddlkton, Charles, Esq., of Myddleton Lodge, Yorkshire. 

Naole, Joseph Chicmbstbr, Esq., of Culverleigh Court, DcTonshire. 

Nevill, Cosmo Oeorob Charles, Esq., of Nevill-Holt, Leicester- 
shire, now High Sheriff of Leicestershire. This family is Tery 
ancient. 

Nicholl, — , Esq., R.N., of Merthyr Mawr, Glamorganshire. 

Nicholson, William, Esq., of Soutbport. 

Orrell, Miss, of Blackbrook, Lancashire. 

Parsons, Daniel, Esq., of Bogbrook House, Gloucestershire. 

Perry, Thomas A., Esq., of Bilham House, ATon Dassett, Warwick- 
shire. 

Petrb, Henry, Esq., of Dunkenhalgh, Lancashire. 

Phillips Ambrose Lisle, Esq., Grace Dieu Manor, Leicestershire. 

Phillips, Robert Biddulph, Esq., of Longworth; J.P. and D.L. of 
Herefordshire. High Sheriff of Herefordshire in 1838, 

Pollen, John Hungerforo, Esq , of Podbume, Wilts. 

Powell, Daniel, Esq., West Derby, Lancashire. 

Prossbb, Richard Francis Wego, Esq., of Belmont, Hereford- 
shire. 

Radcliffe, Joseph Percy, Esq., of Snarford Hall, Lincolnshire. 

Riddell, Thomas, Esq., of Felton Park, and Swinburne Castle, 
Northumberland; J. P., High Sheriff of NorthumberUnd in 1836. 
The Riddells are of Norman origin, and at first settled in Scotland. 

Riddell, Edward, Esq., of Cheesebum Grange; J.P., High Sheriff 
of Northumberland in 1842. ^ 

Riddbll, Frederick, Esq., of Leybum, Yorkshire. 

Riley, W. F., Esq., of Forest Hill, Berks. 

Robins, Jambs, Esq., of Heaton House, Leek, Staffordshire. 

Roby, Samuel, Esq., of Alycote Priory, Warwickshire. 

RossoN, John, Esq., of Moor Hall, Lancashire. 

Salyin, Gerard, Esq., ofCroxdale, Durham. The Salyins are of 
Norman origin, and settled in England at the period of the Con- 
quest 

Salvin, Marmaduke, Esq., of Burnhall, Durham. 

SoARisBRicK, Charles, Esq., of Scarisbrick, Lancashire; High 
Sheriff of Lancashire, 1839. 

Scott, Jambs R. Hope, Esq., of Abbotsford, Roxburghshire; Q.C. ; 
who married Miss Lockhart, daughter of the late John Gibson 
Lockhart, Esq., and grand-daughter of the first Sir Walter Scott, 
Bart 



2$6 



CATHOLIC LANDED ORMTnr. 



ScBovK, giMON Thomas, Esq., of Danby.upon-Yore, Yorkshire. 

The fiunilf of Scrope is very ancient, and reckon^ from the time 

of Edward the Confessor. 
Selbt, Walter, Esq., of Biddleston, co, Northumberland. The family 

of Selby is very ancient, dating from the reigns of Henry III. and 

Edward I. 
Selby, Charles, Esq.^ of Earle, near "Wooler, Northumberland 4 

descended from the Selbys of Biddleton. 
Sharples, Henry, fisn., of Oswald Cro^, Lancashire. 
Sheil, Richard, Esq., West Derbv, Lancashire. 
Shuttleworth, John F., Esq., of Hodsock Park, YorksMre. 
SroNET, M. J. T., Esq., of C9wpen Hall; J P. Northumberland. 
Silvertop, Henrt Charles, Esq., of Minster- Acres; D.t. North- 

umberlaad. 
Slaughter, Henry, Esq., of Furze Hall. Essex. 
Smith, Edward Taylor, Esq , of Colpike Hall, Durham. 
Smith, F , Esq., of Wootton House, Warwickshire. 
Smith, J. Leadbitter, Esq., of Flags Hall, Durham. 
Standish, Charles Strickland, ^sq., of Stai^djsh Hall; J.P. ai>d 

D.L. for Lancashire. 
Staplkton, Gilbert, Esq., of Ditton, J.ancas]bire. 
Strickland, W. C., Esq., of Sizerg Park, Westmoreland. 
Swettenham, John Thomas, E^q , of Swettenham, Cheshire. Thi* 

ancient family is of Norman origin. 
Talbot, Reginald S. F. G., Es(|[., of Rhode Isle, Wilts. 
Tassbr, Thomas, Esq., of Billinge, near St. Helen's, Lancashire. 
Taylor, —, Esq., of Aldin Grange, Purham. 
Tempest, Henry, Esq., of Newland Park, Yorkshire. 
Tempest, Joseph Francis, Esq., of Nether Hall, Doncaster. 
Thompson, Richard, Esq., of Stansly Hall, Derbyshire. 
TowNELEY, Cha.rles, Esq., of Towneley ; J.P. Lancashire. Tbfi 

Towneley family is one of the most ancient and distinguished in 

England, and has been traced as f^ bac]c as the reign of King 

Alfred, 

Traftord^ John Rancolphus de, Esq., of Croston Hall, Lanca- 
shire. 

Trotteb, Charles, Esq , of Wpodhill, Perthshire. 

TuRViLLE, Gf.orgb Fortescue, Esq., of Rosworth Hall, Leices- 
tershire. The family of Turvjlle, or Turvile, is of Norman ex- 
traction. 

Unsworth, William Gillebrand, Esq., of MaghuU Manor Housie, 
Lancashire. 

Vaughan, William, Esc[., of Courtfield, Monmouthshire. A very 
ancient family. 

Wakeman, Thomas, Esq., of the Graig, Monmouthshire; High 
Sheriff in 1 80 0. This ancient family can be traced to the period' of 
the Conquest. 

Walmsley, Thomas George, Esq., of Sholley, Lancashire. 

Walmslet, William Gerard, Esq., of Westwood House, Lan- 
cashire. 

Ward, W. G., Esq., of Northwood Park, Hants. 

Ware, Titus Hibbert-Ware, Esq., of Hale Bams, Cheshire, Bar- 



CATHOLIC PEERS OF PARLIAMENT. 267 

rister-at-law ; a son of the late Sir Samuel Hibbert-Ware, M.D., 
F.R.S.E., and a d^cendan^ of Sir J^wea Wart, the historiaa of 
Ireland. 

Waterton, Chablcs, Esq., of Walion Hali,- Yorkshire, whose 
cncestors came into England with William the Conqueror. 

Welch, Patrick, Esq.. of Yoxley Hall, Suffolk. 

Welp, Chajiles, Esq., of Chideock, Dorsetshire. 

Weld, ]Sdward, Ksq., of Tawstock Court, Devoushir^. 

Weld, George, JCsq., of Leagr^im Hall, Lancashire. 

Weld, Joseph, Esq., of Lulworth Castle, Dorsetshire^ aad of Pyle- 
well, Hants. The family of Weld is very ancient; and of SAzon 
origin. 

Welman, C, Noel, Esq., of Norton Manor, Somersetshire. 

Wheblb, Jambs Joseph, Esq , of Bulmarsh Court, B^rkf. 

Whitf GRAVE, George Thomas, Esq., of Moseky Court, Stafford- 
shire; J. p. and D.L., High bherif of Staffordshire in 1837. An 
ancient family, whose representative lived in the time of Henry Y I. 

Whitgueave, Francis, Esq., Stafford, Staffordshire. 

Whitoreave, John, Esq., Walsall, Staffordshire. 

Whitoreave, Joseph, Esq., Rugeley, Staffordshire. 

With AH, Rev. Thomas, of Lortington Hall; J.^. Yorkshire. 

Wright, John Francis, of Kelvedon Hall, Essex. 

Young, Jaj^es, Esq., of Kingwrby, Lincolnshire. An ancient fam^y* 
of which mention is made as early as the ti^e of £dward 1 1. 

{^Tke M4Uor will be obliged for any corrections ikat may he necettery 
i» the foregoing List, and for any omissions that may have occurred.'] 

The follovtog occurred too late for insertion in the proper pUoe 

among the Ladies of Rank-: 

BURY, Viscountess Sophia, 2d daughter of the Hen. Sir AUan Napier 
Macnab. of DuAdum Castle, Upper Canada. Mar. 1 5th Nov. 1 85^, 
to Viscount Bnry (William Qoutts), only son of the Earl of Albe- 
marle. 



CATHOLIC PEERS OF PARLIAMENT. 

Earl of Shrewsbury. 

Earl of Finoall, who sits as Baron Fingalj., a Peer of the United 

Kingdom (Isai). 
Earl of Kenmarb, who sits as Baron Kenmare, a Peer of the United 

Kingdom (1841). 
Lord Beaumont (a !9i^inor). 
Lord Camotb. 
Lord STouRVOfT. 
Lord Vaux op Harrowden. 
Lord Fetre. 

Lord Arundsll of Wardour. 
Lord Dormer. 
Loyd Stafford. 
Lord Clifford. 
Lord Lovat. 



26B 



CATHOLIC MEMBERS OP THE HOUSE OP COMMONS, 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED: 
I at, according to Names of Members ; and 2dly, according to Places represented. 



Ball, John ; Carlow co. 

Bellew, Capt.Tho8. A. ; Galway co. 

Blake, Martin Joseph ; Galway to. 

Bowyer, George; Dundalk. 

Burke, Sir Tbos. ; Galway co. 

Castlerosse, Viacount ; Kerry co. 

Cogan, Wm. H. F. ; Kildare co. 

Corbally, M. F. ; Meath co. 

DeVere, Stephen E.; Limerick co. 

Deverenx, John T. ; Wexford co. 

Duffy, Charles Gavin ; New Ross. 

Dunne, Michael; Queen's co. 

Esmonde, Capt. Sir John ; Water- 
ford CO. 

Fagan, William ; Cork city. 

Fitzgerald, J. D., Solicitor-Gen- 
eral for Ireland ; Ennis. 

Grace, Oliver ; Koscommon co. 

Henchy, David O'Connor; Kil- 
dare CO. 

Higgins, Geo. G. O. ; Mayo co. 

Howard, Lord Edward ; Arundel. 

Keating, Robert ; Waterford city. 

Keogh, Rt. Hon. Wm., Attorney- 
General for Ireland; Athlone. 

M'Cann, James ', Drogheda. 

M* Mahon, Patrick ; W exford co. 

Maguire, Francis; Oungarvon. 

Meagher, Thos. ; Waterford city. 

Moore, Geo. Henry; Mayo co. 

Monsell, Rt Hon. Wm.; Lime- 
rick CO. 

O'Brien, SirTimothy,Bt ; Cashel. 

O'Brien, Serjeant; Limerick city. 

O'Connell, Capt. Daniel; Tralee. 

O'Connell, Capt. John ; Clonmel. 

O'Flaherty, Anthony ; Galway. 

Power, N. M. ; Waterford co. 

Scully, Vincent, CtC. ; Cork co. 

Scully, Francis ; Tipperary co. 

Sadlier, James ; Tipperary co. 

Sadlier, John ; Sligo co. 

Shee, Serjeant ; Kilkenny co. 

Sullivan, Michael; Kilkenny city. 

Swift, Richard ; Sligo co. 



Athlone ; Rt. Hon. Wm. Keogh, 
Attorney- General for Ireland. 

Arundel ; Lord Edward Howard. 

Carlow CO. ; John BaU. 

Cashel; Sir T. O'Brien, Bart. 

Clonmel ; Capt. John O'Connell. 

Cork CO.; Vincent Scully, Q,C, 

Cork city ; William Pagan. 

Drogheda ; James M'Cann. 

Dundalk ; George Bowyer. 

Dungarvon; J. F. Maguire. 

Ennis; J. D. Fitzgerald, Solid- 

tor- General for Ireland. 

^ , /Sir Thos. Burke. 

Galway oo. ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^^^ 

Kerry co. ; Viscount Castlerosse. 

f William Cogan. 
Kildare co. < David O'Connor 

|_ Henchy. 
Kilkenny co. ; Serjeant Shee. 
Kilkenny city; Michael Sullivan, 
r Right Hon. Wm. 
Limerick co. •< Monsell. 

[ S. E. De Vere. 
Limerick city ; Serjeant O'Brien. 
,, f G. H. Moore. 

Mayo CO. | Oeo. G O. Higgins. 

Meath co. ; M. E. Corbally. 
New Ross; Charles G. Duffy. 
Queen's co. ; Michael Dunne. 
Roscommon co. ; Oliver Grace. 
Sligo 00. ; Richard Swift. 
Sligo town ; John Sadlier. 

Tralee; Capt Daniel O'Connell. 

rCapt Sir John 
Waterford co. < Esmonde. 

[N. H. Power. 

Waterford cityj^^-M^- 
Wexford co.{^^^^^^^;5r"" 




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MOVEABLE FEASTS. 



Sundays after Eplpbany 4 

Septaagetima..... Feb. 8 

Ath Wednetday — 25 

Easter Sunday April 12 



Ascension Day May 21 

Whitsunday — si 

Corpus Cliristi June 11 

Sundays after Pentecost — 25 



First Sunday in Advent Nov. 29. 



LONDON: 
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AND 63 PATERNOSTER ROW. 



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TO 



THE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE « CATHOLIC DIRECTORY," 

AND OTHERS CONCERNED. 



It may be necessary tQ repeat here the announcement made some 
time ago through the newspaper press, yiz. that in order that the cha- 
racter of the Catholic Directory might be equal to its professions, as an 
authorised Catholic publication, their Lordships the Catholic Bishops 
of England had, at their last annual meeting, resolved to appoint two 
priests to examin« the whole Directory, and determine what should be 
introduced and what omitted; and that such priests had accordingly 
been appointed. 

As the Directory of last year was made the object of animadyersion 
and attack by some anonymous writers on different and opposing 
grounds, the editor became desirous of some arrangement being made 
under which, without attempting the impossibility of satisfying every 
body, every just ground of complaint, if any, might be removed. With 
this object he stated his views in a letter inserted in the Weekly Re- 
gister. The editor, therefore, received with pleasure the resolution 
adopted by our Venerable Hierarchy ; and he cannot doubt that it will 
be equally so received by the Catholics of England. 

The result of the revision of this year's Catholic Directory is now 
laid before the public. The chief change consists in the absence of cer- 
tain lists, which the reverend gentlemen considered it expedient to 
discontinue. The editor would be sorry if, by the publication of these 
lists, any individual, and particularly any convert, has been put to any 
inconvenience or trouble. A convert himself, for nearly half a century 
it has been his good fortune to witness for many years the gradual, and, 
latterly, the rapid extension of the Catholic faith in these islands, — an 
extepsion resembling more the progress of Christianity in the Apo^toljo 
age, and the conversion of England under St. Augustine^ its protector, 
than any similar movement in the history of the Church. It was, there- 
fore, extremely gratifying to him to record the pames of so many iilus* 
trions confessors who, regardless of worldly considerations, came to 
worship before the altars^which, in evil and troubldus days, their fa- 
thers deserted. But he cheerfully [[submits^to the determination before 
expressed, which he considers wise and expedient. 

Octave of the Immaculate Conception, 1856. 



EXPLANATOBT PBEFACE. 



Tqe Ecclesiastical Year commencea with the ^t Sunday of Adf ent, 
aqd clo8e9 with th« last Sunday after ?entecost. 

The words JDouhU^ SmidouUtf and SvaqiU, occurring in the Direc- 
tory, show the different degrees of solemnity with which (h« Offices of 
the Church are performed. 

The word Dcibk, subjoined to i^ Festiyal> denotes that the Office of 
that Festival is more solemn than that of a Semidouble or Simple. 

The order of the Festivals ;s as follows: Jkwble of the firMt tiau^ 
doulde of the second chu; dovblf nu{fori double; Hmidovbhi «nd em^A, 

A Festival is called dimbk when an entire Anthem in the Church 
Office is recited or sung before and after each Psalm, sentdMfa when 
only a word or twq of the Anthem are sang before the Psalm, and tht 
entire Anthem after it, as is the case on Sundays. A eimpk haa only 
three lessons at Matins. Afma is any day pf the week for which no 
Saint's Office is appointed. 

The principal Solemnities throughout the y^ar are denominated 
doubhe^f the first clou. The Festivals instituted by the Church, in 
memory of the Incarnation, Birth, Kesurrection, and Ascension of our 
liOrd, and of the Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles, reca] 
to our remembrance all tbat a good and merciful God has dono for onr 
salvation : and as the recollection of these Mysteries contributes 
powerfully to inflame the devotion of the Faithful, it is proper that 
these sliould be celebrated with more solemnity than other Festiysia* 

Anaoog the Saints, there are some whose Festivals are celebrated 
more solemnly than those of others. Such are the Feasts instituted in 
honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of our Bedeemer; of the 
Holy Apostles, who preached the Gospel and planted the Church ; and 
of Sbme other eminent Saints. 

Some of these greater Solemi^ities have an Octave; which inelud- 
ing the day of the Feast, is a succession of eight days, on which the 
Office and Mass of the Feast are said: but in some cases, when ano- 
ther Festival occurs within the Octave, the Office and Mass of that 
Festival are said instead of those of the Octave. 



Directions for using the Roman Missal or Mau-Book, 

The Prayers and portions of the Holy Scripture, of which the Mass 
is composed, are in part unalterably the same, and partly different every 
day. Those that are fixed and invariable, are contained in what is 
called tA« Ordinary of the Mass^ to be found at the beginning of tho 
Missal. The parts that are changeable or proper, — viz. the Introits, 
CoOectSt Epistles, GradudUf and TrctctSy Crospds, OffertoriUf SecretSf 
CommtimovSy and P tstcommunionSj — form the subsequent contents of 
the book. As the Prefaces are not so frequently subject to change, 
they follow each other in regular succession in the Ordinary of the 

Mass. 

In order, therefore, to find out the proper Maes of the day, look for 
that day in the Calends? at the beginning of the book? opposite to 



which may be teen a reference to the page wherein it is contained. If 
a Double shoald fall on a Sunday, then the Mass of the Double is sud 
instead of that of the Sunday, unless it be a Sunday of the /tnt elast, 
viz. the first Sunday o( Advent or Xen^, Pcunon, Palmj JScuter, Pentecoti^ 
and Trinity Sundays, which are never superseded. The Sundays of 
the second clcus, which cannot be superseded except by doubles of the 
Jirst class, are the 2d, 3d, and 4th, of Adoent, Sepluagesima, Sexagesima, 
and Quinquagmmas as also the 2d, 3d, and 4th of Lent. It must, how- 
ever, be remarked, that the Gospels for Sundays, thus superseded by 
Doubles, are never omitted, but are recited at the end of Mass, instead 
of St. John's Gospel ; and also, that a commemoration of the Sunday, 
by its proper Collect, Secret, and Postcommumon, is always made imme- 
diately after the Collect, &c. of the Festival. 

But as it sometimes happens that a Double is transferred to some 
future vacant day, on account of the Octave of some Festival of higher 
rank intervening, then the difficulty of finding out the day on which 
such transferred Festival is celebrated, as well as all other difiSiculties 
regarding the service, may be easily removed by consulting the 
Directory, published annually, as a Guide to the Morning as well as 
to the Evening Service of the Church. 

Directions for using the Vesper-Book, or Book of Evening Service, 

It appears necessary to explain the order, as well as the manner, in 
which that part of the public Liturgy of the Catholic Church called 
Vespers is recited or sung. 

Our Father and Hail Mary being said in silence, the Priest, making 
the sign of the Cross, intones aloud the Versicle, Deus in adjtttorium 
meuTn intende; to which the Choir add the Responsory, DonUne ad 
jvvandum mefestina, with the Gloria Patri ; and when five Psalms, with 
as many anthems, have been sung, the Priest sings the little Chapter, 

Then are sung the Hymn, with its Versicle and Betponsqry^ and the 
Magmficat, with its Anthem, followed by such Prayers and Commcmo- 
rations as are suitable to the day; which, if it be neither a Dovhle nor 
within the Octave of a Festival, are the common CommemoraHons or 
SuffrageSy and are to be found after the Vespers for Sundays. 

Every Double hsLsJirst and second Vespers : the Jirst are said on the 
Ji^ve of the Festival, and the second on the Festival itself. Hence it 
often happens that the Vespers are not of the Sunday, but of some 
Double that falls on the ensuing day. 

To find out the pariictdar Ve^ers for every Sunday and Holiday 
throughout the Year, consult the Directory at the day of the month on 
wUch such Sunday or Festival falls. 



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CONTENTS. 

Page 

Places on the Continent for hearing Confessions ... 7, 8 

Abbreviations in the Church Service 9 

Directory for the Church Service for the year 1857 . • 9 

Periods of Indulgences 26 

Plenary Indulgences 27—29 

Feasts observed in England in 1857 29 

Feasts, the Offices of which are transferred in 1857 . . 30 

Ember, Kogation, and Fasting Days 30 

Secular Clergy Common Fund 31 

The Catholic Cemetery, Chelsea 31 

The Hierarchy 32 

The Dioceses, Clergy, Churches, and Chapels in England 

and Wales (vis.) 33—114 

L Diocese of Westminster ... . . . 38 — 49 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese . . . 47 — 49 

IL Diocese of Southwark 50 — 58 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese ... 58 

ill. Diocese of Hexham B9 — 63 

Rural Deaneries and Deans 62, 63 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese ... 63 

IV. Diocese of Beverley 64 — 68 

Yorkshire Brethren's Fund 67 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese ... 68 

V. Diocese of Liverpool ....... 69 — 78 

Deaneries 76, 77 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese . . • 77, 73 

Catholic Blind Asylum 78—81 

Vl. Diocese of Salford 82—85 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese ... 85 

VII. Diocese of Shrewsbury 86—90 

Kural Deaneries 90 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese ... 90 

VIII. Diocese of Newport and Menevia .... 91 —94 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese ... 94 

IX. Diocese of Clifton 95—97 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese ... 97 

Society for the Relief of Infirm Priests in the Diocese 98 

X. Diocese of Plymouth 99—101 

Kural Deaneries 101 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese . . . 101 

XI. Diocese of Nottingham 102—104 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese . . . 104 

XII. Diocese of Birmingham 105—111 

Conferences 110 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese . . . Ill 

XIIL Diocese of Northampton 112—114 

Kurtd Deaneries 114 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese . . • 114 

Clergy, Churches, and Chapels in Scotland . . • 115—121 
Alphabetical List of the Clergy, Secular and Regular^ in 

England and Wales 122—144 

English Prelates and Chamberluns of the Papal Court . 144 

Alphabetical List of the Clergy in Scotland . . . 145—147 
Churches, Chapels, and Stations in the Counties' of England, 

Wales, and Scotland 148 

Summary of Churches^ Chapels^ and Stations in England 

and Scotland 1*^ 



eOtlTINTS. 

Page 

Summary of Prieits in £nglap4 and ScptIiH)(] ... 14^ 

Colleges in England . . . ' , ', . , . 155 — 157 

English College, Rome .,.;.. I ' 157 

Collegio Pio, Rome . I . I I I , . 167 

English College, Lisbon ....... 159 

English College, Valladolid ..,.,'.. 158 

St. Edmund's College, Douaj ...... 15^ 

Sedgley Park School ...... ^ . 158 

Mortlake Choral Grammar School . . . .* i 158 

St. Mary's School, Woolhampton . .' . ^ . 159 

College in Scotland (St. Mary's) ...... 159 

Scotch College, Rome J 159 

Scotch College, Valladolid 159 

Scotch College (Monastery of St James), Ratisbon . • 159 

Catholic University, Dubhn 160 

AUhallows College, Dublin 160 

Association for the Propagation of the Faith , . . 160 

Religious Houses and Communities of Men , . , . 150 

Convents , "^SO 

Alphabetical List of Cities, Towns, d(o. ii| England apd 

Wales, where there are Churches and Chapels . . 150—454 

English Catholic Colleges 155—157 

Scotch Catholic Colleges , 159 

Memoir of Cardinal Fransoni 162—166 

The Pope and the Sacred College ..... :|.67— 171 

Cardiqals lately deceased 171 

Catholic Arphbisliops and Bishops of Ireland . . . 172 
Catholic Bishops and Yicars-Appstolic in tl)9 Briti#)i Colo- 
nies and Possessions 173, 174 

Ladies' Schools in Communitipa 175—184 

-Convents without Schools ....... 184 — 189 

Schools for Young Gentlemen 190—197 

Ladies' Schools 197—200 

Conventual and ot)ier S^hooU and Establi9)iQiCi)it9 on tba 

Continent (viz,) ... .... 2011—210 

Bruges, 201, 205 ; Ypres, Maeseyck, 201 ; ^oorslpde^ Brus- 
sels, 202 ; Thildonck, 203 ; Menin, 204,205 ; Courtray and 
Cortenberg,Huy,205; Antwerp, Yenray, 206; P^ri8,206, 
207 ; Jouarre, 207 ; Boulogne-sur-Mer, ^owtp^ui^-siir-, 
Mer, St.Omer, Grayelines, 208 ; Dunkirk, Amianf, 209 % 
Hazebrouck, Munich, 210. 

Catholic Poor-School Committer ^l — 213 

Minute of Committee pf Council on Hdufsatlon, Juufi 2, 1856 214 

Circular to Inspectors of School? 215 — ^219 

Abridgment of the New Marriage Amendment Act . • 220—223 

Charitable and other Institutions in LondoQ and its Bfivirpni 224 — 242 

Catholic Reformatory Schools 234—237 

Medical Benevol^t Institution 238 

Institution for Catholic Servaota ...... 238 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul 239—241 

St. Ehzabeth's I^stitute, Liverpool . . . c . ^41, 242 

Qhtituary ......'..,. 243—247 

Ecclesiastical Register • ^ . 247 — 250 

Ho^se of Peers .'.:.,.,;. 257—2^0 

House ofCom^pns ........ 261 271 

Misses Nock's Advertisement , ', . I . ." ' 371 

Northampton Clerioal ^iind 271 

Changes, Omissions, &c. ..'.'*.!, 272 



THE CONTINENT.— CONFESSIP^ifS, 



Catholics travelling pn the Continent may have felt the want of in- 
formation lespecting the plapes a( whic^ priest^ ver8e4 in the £ngU^ 
or French language may be fomid to hear the confessions of their fami- 
lies, and dontestics. To remedy in part this waiit the following list is 
offered ; and we beg to be favoured in future with a more complete list, 
and with any other details which travellers may consider useful. 



ITALY, NAPLES, SICILY, AND MALTA. 

Bomb. — St. Peter's, P. Sciato. £ngli!>h, Scots, and Irish Colle^es^ 
the Rectors. Irish Franciscans of St. Isidore, the Rev. F. Guari^ian. 
Minerva, Father Gulielmotti (Confessions heard by these in English). 
The Canon de Falloux. S. Luighi de Francesi, Gesti, F. Etherioge. 

Venice. — Armenian College, Island of Lazaro, P. RafPaelle. 

Padua. — Professor Nardi. 

Florence. — Badia. Buomo. 

Genoa. — Augustinian Convent and P. Michele. M. Casabuo.na of 
the Oratory of St. Philip NerL 

Nice.— ^Bev. Mr. Faraut, who will also gladly assist gratuitously 
any Catholic Englishman in finding lodgings at Nice. 

Naples. — Cathedral, Abbate Palmieri. !P. Costa, B.J. (English). 
F. Blanchini, S.J. (French and English). 

Palebmc— F. Lentini, S.J., and Rev. Br. McGuaran. 

Malta. — Canon Falzoni, the Jesuits' College, and Rev. T. A. T. 
C?owtber, 8t. Augustine's, Yaletta. 

I'RANCE. 

Paris.— S, Rochjl'Abbede Moligny. S. Louis d'Antin, Rev. Bn 
Bennie. The Carmes, Rev. Pau^ Cruicp. M. TAbbg Moigno, Institut 
8te. Biarie, Rue Buonaparte. Rev. F. Evlr^sond, 18 Rue des Postes. 
Rev. rAbb6 A. Yendzwraski, Madeleine. St. Yiocent de Paul's, Rev. 
O. Chevalier. 

Aire. — Monsignor Scott. 

Abbas. — Rev. Mr. Fairplough, Gery. 
. Boulogne. — The Abb6s Leroy and Lefebure (Haut Ville), Rev. 

I Mfi Connolly. Chapel of Alpho,nw iltta^ed to the Convent of the 
Redemptorists, Rue Barrier e, St. Michel, No. 5. Confessions are heard 
in English \ty the Very Rev. Father Paul Reuners (Superior), and the 
Rev. Father Vandelaer. On the 2d and 4th Thursdays of every month 
thei^e is an f^pgli^h ^ecm(>Q in this Chapel at 7 o'clock p.m. M. T Abb^ 
Leroy hears confessions in English every Saturday and Vigils of F>e8« 
tivals from 10^ a.m. until 12^ p.m., and from 2 until 41. 

BouAV. — English Benedictine College, the Fathers. 

Lille.— M. I'Abb^ Becurve, 32 Rue dela Monnaie, where he 
preaches in English on first Sunday in every month, in the Chapel of 
the Sisters of NTB. de la Treille, Rue de la Barre, No. 19. 



8 THE CONTINENT.— CONFESSIONS. 

Mabsbillbs. — Father Aabert au Calvaire. 
MoNTREUiL-suB-MuB. — ^The College, M. I'Abb^ Cowie. 
Moulins-sub-Allibb. — Bev. Cyrus Champion^ at the Great Semi- 
nary (English}. 

!nantb^ — Eglese de Saiate Croix, Pere Eugene. 
ToDiiON.— Father Bernin. 

BELGIUM. 

Bbussels. — Very Bev. Canon Bonnet, Cur^ of the Parish of St. 
Jacques-sur-Caudenberg. The Abb6 Luitgairns, in the Church of 
Sablon. The Abb4 Michiels, 4 Bue des Malades. 

Ghent. — The Canon de la Croix, at bis private Chapel, Bae Mar- 
jolaine, No. 28. 

LiEGB. — Very Bev. M. Neven, V.G., CathedraL 

LouvAiN. — The Abb6 Delfortrie, Marie-Th^r^se College. 

TouBNAT.— The Canon Gravet, Grand Seminaire. 

SPAIN AND POBTUGAL. 

Madbid. — ^French Church, Calle (street) Jacometrez, near the 
Puerto del Sol. 

Yalladolid. — English and Scots Colleges, Bectors and Professors. 
Lisbon.— English College, the President and Professors. 

GEBMANY. 

YiilNNA.— Father Stoger, S.J. The Bedemptorist Fathers (English), 
Bey. Gregory Bossi, O.S.B. (English). 

Aix-la-Chafbllb.— ^BoT. T. C. Weirsfeiner, Chaplain at St. 
Adalbert's (English). 

Bonn.— The Cur^. The Minster. 

Cologne. — The Abb6 Poncelet (French, and perhaps English). 

Padbbbobn. — Ber. Dr. Otto (English and French). 

Batisbon. — The Scots Monastery, the Fathers. 

Webtheim, Baden, near Frankfort, Hamburg, and Wurtzburg. 
Bev. J. B. Mayland, late of the Colleges, Prior Park, now Parish-Priest 
at the Church of St. Veneantius (Engli^). 

Fbeibubo.— The Cathedral. Bey. Louis Kastle (English Con- 
fessor). 

THE EAST. 

Jebusalbm. — The Franciscans. 
Smtbna. — The Lazarists. 
Alexandbia. — The Franciscans. 
Bigfaiah, Lebanon. — The Fathers, S.J. 

SOUTH AMEBICA. "^^ 

Monte Video.— The Padre Satea (Italian and French), at the 
Seminary, No. 14 Calle del 26 de Maya. 

Buenos Atbes.— Bev. Mr. Frimay, an Irish Priest, at the Calle 
Beconqnista. 



ABBREVIATIONS IN THE CALENDAR. 

Ap. signifies Apostle ; App. Apostles ; M. Martyr; MM. Martyrs; 
1*. Pope; B. Bishop; C. Confessor; D. Doctor; Abb. Abbot; V. 
Virgin; W. Widow; K. King; Q. Queen; F. D. Feast of Devotion. 

gr. d. signifies greater double ; d. double ; sem. semidouble ; com. 
commemoration ; Oct Octave ; cl. class ; V. Vespers ; Pref. Preface ; 
Vig. Vig^l ; Prs. Prayers. 

The words white, red, viokt, green, black, in italics, denote the 
colour of the vestments of the day. 

Feria is a day for which no Saint's office is appointed* 

Festivals of Obligation are in large capitals. 

Feasts of Devotion in small capitals. 

Paschal time begins on H01.Y Saturday, and continues to the 
first Vespers of Trinity Sunday. 



$SOr maforem Mn glotiamt. 

Gloria in excelsis is said on all Sundays (except from Sep- 
tuagesima to Palm Sunday inclusively, and the Sundays in Ad- 
vent), on all Feasts, and daily during Paschal Time. 

Cr, the Creed is said on all Sundays, and on those Festivals 
to which * Cr* is affixed. 

The Preforce of the Most Holy Trinity is said on all Sundays, 
unless when otherwise directed. 

When the Suffrages are to be said, the following should be 
the commemoration of St. George : 

Antiphon, Sancti per fidem vicenmt regna, operati sunt jus- 
titiam, adepti sunt repromissiones. 

"f, Scuto bonae voluntatis tuae. Ijr. Coronasti euro, Domine. 
Prayer, Deus qui nos beati Georgii, &c. See 23d April. 



t 



JANUARY has 31 Days. 

1 Thurs. CIRCUMCISION OF OUR LORD, d of 2d cl. Cr 

(till the Oct of the Epiph inclusively) ; Pref of Xmas (till the 
Epiph). White. V (2d) of the Feast, com of the Oct of 
St Stephen only, Plen Indulg. 

2 Frid. Octave of St Stephen, Proto-M, d, Ited, Abst. 

3 Sat. Octave of St Jonn, Ap and Evan, d ; Pref of App. 

White. 

4 SUNDAY. (Vacant.) Octave of Holy Innocents, d. Red. 

V (2d) of the Feast to the Chapter; then (Ist) of the fol- 
lowing, com of H Innoc, Vigil, and of St Telesphorus, PM 
(ant Qui adit, v Justus ut palma). 

N.B. In DD of Liv and Hexh Plen Indulg on all 
Sundays. 



5 Mond. r^. OdtaveofStlliemafli, BM, d« Bed. 

6 Tues. EPIPHANY QF OUR LORD, d of lat cl, witU an 

Octave i prop Pref during the QeU TFkif^^ V (2d,) of ihtj^ 
Feast. Plen (ndulg, 

CTie iniittlgence en^tf. 

7 Wedu. of the Oct» sem; 2d Prater of BVM (Dem $»>'«aA»- 

tis) ; 3d for the Church {Eecle9i€p)^y or for the Pope fDeus 
omnium}^ White. 

8 Thurs. of the Oct, »em. Prs as yesterdfiy. Wh^te^ 

9 Frtd. of the Oct, sem. Prs b^ 7th^ Wh^^^ Abgt* 

10 Sat. of the Oct, sem, Prs ^ 7tk Wh^e. 

11 SUNDAY within the Oct, sem. Com of the Oct and of St 

Hyginus, PM. White. V of Sunday within the Oct, com 
of the Oct (ant Trihu^ nwracuUsy 
13 Mond. of the Oct, sem. Prs as 7th. White. 

13 Tues. Oct of the Epiph, d. White. 

14 Wedn. St Hilary, BCP, d. Cr. White, 

15 Thurs. St Paul, ls( Hermit, C, d. White. 

16 Frid. St Marcellus, PM, sem. 2d and 3d Prs as 1^ Red. 

Abst. 

17 Sat. St Anthony, Abb C, d. White. 

18 SUNDAY, 2d after the EpJph. The Holy Name of Jesus, 

d of 2d cl. Com of Sunday and of St Prisca, VM. Pref of 
Xmas ; last Gosp of the Sunday. White. V (2d) of the 
Holy Name, com of the following, of Sunday, and of SS 
Marius, &c, MM. Plen Indulg. 

19 Mond. St Wolstan, BC, d. White. 

20 Tues. SS Fahian and Sebastian, MM, d. Red. 

21 Wedn. St Agnes, VM, d. Red. 

22 Thurs. SS Vincent and Anastasius, MM, sem. 2d and 3d 

Prs as 7th. Red. 

23 Frid. The Espousals of RYM, gr d. Cr. Pref of BVM. 

White. Ahst. Plen Indulg. 

24 Sat. St Timothy, BM, d. Red. 

25 SUNDAY, 3d after Epiph. The Conversion of St. Paul, Ap, 

gr d. Com of St Peter and Sunday : Pref of App, last 
Gosp of Sunday. White. V (2d) of the Feast, com of St 
Peter, of the following and of Sunday. (In D of Ziv, 4th 
Pr at Mass for the Bishop.) 

26 Mond. St Polycarp, BM, d. Red. 

27 Tues. St John Chrysostome, BCD, d. Cr. White. 

28 Wedn. St Raymund of Pensaibrt, C, se«i : 2d Pvof St Agnes, 

3d Pr of BVM. WUU. 

29 Thurs. St Francis of Sales, BC« d:. White. 

30 Frid. St Martina, VM, d. Red. Ahat. 

31 Sat. St Peter Nolasco, C, d. WHte. 



FEBRUARY has 28 Dayg. 

1 SUNDAY, 4th after Epiph. St Ignatius, BM, d. Com and 

last Gosp of the Sunday. Eed» V (1st) of the following, 
com of St Ignatius onltf. White. 

2 Mond. (FD) The Purification of BVM, d of 2d cl. Cr. 

Pref of Xmas. White, After Complin, the Ave Regina 
imtil Maundy Thursday exclusive, rlen Indulg. 

3 Tues. St Peter's Chair at Rome, gr d (18th Jan). Com of 

St Paul, Ap, and of St Blase, BM : Cr ; Pref of App. White. 

4 Wedn, St Andrew Corsini, BC, d. White, 

5 Tburs. St Agatha, VM, d. Red, 

6 Frid. St Titus, BC, d. White, Ahst. 

7 Sat. St Romuald, Abb C^ d. Com and la»t Gospel of 5th 

Sunday after Kpiph. White^ 

8 SEPTUAGESIMA SUNDAY, sem : 2d Pr ^ etmetk ; 3d 

ad lib, Violet, V (Ist) of the following (in Hymn Meruit 
swpremon), eom of Sunday and St Apollonia, VM {whUe)* 

9 Mond. St John of Matha, C, d (yesterday). White, 

10 Tues. St Scholastics, V, d. White, 

11 Wedn. Feria: 2d Pr Fidelium for the Dead ; 3d ^ cunctia, 

Violet, 

12 Thurs. Of the B Sacrament, sem : 2d and 3d Prs as on 8th. 

Pref of Xmas. White, 

13 Frid. Prayer of Our Lord, gr d. Cr. Pref of the Cross. 

Red, Abst. Plen Indulg. 

14 Sat. Of the Immaculate Conception of BVM, sem ; 2d Pr of 

St Valentine ; 3d of the Holy Ghost ; Pref of BVM. White. 

15 SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY, sem: com ofSS FaustinuS) &c; 

3d Pr ^ cuuctit* Violet, V of Sunday (Suffrages)^ 

16 Mond. Feria : 2d and 3d Prs as on 11th, Violet, 

17 Tues. Feria: 2d and 3d Prs as on 8th. Violet. 

18 Wedn. St. Simeon, BM : 2d and 3d Prs as on 8th. Red. 
\9 Thurs. Of the B Sacrament, sem. Prs as on 12th. Pref 

of Xmas. White, 

20 Frid. The Passion of Our Lord, gr d. Cr. Pi-ef of the 

Cross. Red, Abst. Plen Indulg. 

21 Sat. Of the Immaculate Concept of BVM, sem : 2d Pr of 

the Holy Ghost; 3d Eccfesi^p, or for the Pope, Pref of 
BVM. White. 

22 QUINQUAGESIMA SUNDAY, sem r 2d and 3d Prs as on 

8th. Violet, V (1st) of the following (ant O -Doctor), com 
of Sunday (white), 

23 Mond. St Peter Damian^ BCD, d : com and last Gospel of 

the Vig of St Matthias^ Cr. White. 

24 Tues. (FD) St Matthias, Ap, d of 2d el. Cr. Pref of 

App. Red. 

25 Ash-Wedn, Feria: 2d Pr Acunctis; 3d Onmipotene. Pref 

Qui corporcdi jejunio (until Passron Sunday,^ except when ^ 
oth«rwke directed). Viekt, FAST. 



N.B. The fast of Lent is to be continued until Easter 
on all days except Sundays^ on which Abstinence is to 
be observed, unless Dispensation to the contrary be 
granted by the Bishops. The time for complying with 
the obligation of Paschal Communion commences on 
Ash-Wednesday, and continues till Low Sunday in- 
clmiveli/. 

26 Thurs. St Peter's Chair at Antioch, gr d (22d Feb). Com 

of St Paul and of the Per. Cr. Pref, of App. Last Gos- 
pel of Feria. White, 

NB. On all Festivals during Lent a commemoration 
of the Feria is made, and its Gospel is read at the end 
of Mass. 

27 Frid. The Crown of Thorns of Our Lord, gr d. Cr, Pref 

of the Cross. Red, Plen Indulg. 

28 Sat. Feria. Violet. 

MARCH has 31 Days. 

Cfie liilrulgettce fiegins. 

1 SUNDAY, 1st of Lent, sem. Violet. V (1st) of tbe follow- 

ing, com of Sunday (white), 

2 Mond. St Chad, BC, d. White, 

3 Tues. St David, BC, d. (1st.) White, 

4 Emher-Vf ediii, St Casimir, C, sem : 3d Pr of St Lucius, PM. 

White. 

5 Thurs. Feria. Violet, 

6 Emher-Vxidi, The Lance and Nails of Our Lord, gr d, 

Cr. Pref of the Cross. Red, Plen Indulg. 

7 Emher-^QX. St Thomas of Aquin, CD, d: 3d Pr of SS Per- 

petua, &c, MM. Cr. White, 

8 SUNDAY, 2d of Lent, sem. . Violet, V (1st) of the fol- 

lowing, com of Sunday {white), (In D of Northampton , 
Plen Indulg for 8 days on account of the Feast of St Felix. 
In DD of Liverp and Salf, Collection for the Education of 
Clergy.) 

€fjt $nlrul0e«ce attrg. 

9 Mond. St Frances, Wid, d. White, 

10 Tues. The Forty Martyrs, sem ; 3d Pr ^ cunciis. Red, 

11 Wedn. St John of God, C, d. White, 

12 Thurs. St Gregory the Great, PCD, d of 2d cl, Cr. White. 

Plen Indulg. 

13 Frid. The Holy Winding-Sheet of our Lord, grd. Cr. Pref 

of the Cross. Red, Plen Indulg. 

14 Sat. St Felix, BC, d (8th). White, 

15 SUNDAY, 3d of Lent, sem. Violet. V of the Sunday. 

(Suffrages.) 

16 Mond. Feria. Violet. 

17 Tues. St Patrick, BC, gr d, White. Plen Indulg, 



18 Wedn. St Gabriel, Archangel, gr d. Cr. White, 

19 Thurs. (FD) St Joseph, Spouse of BVM, C, d of 2d ch 

White, (Pien Indulg for 8 days ia D of Southw ; to-day 
only in DD of Liverp and Hexh») 

20 Frid. The Five Sacred Wounds of Our Lord, gr d ; Cr, Pref 

of the Cross. Red, Plen Indulg. (In D of Hexham ^ St 
Cuthbert, BC, d of 1st cl with an Oct. Cr. White, Plen 
Indulg.) 

21 Sat. St Benedict, Abb C, d. White. 

22 SUNDAY, 4th of Lent, sem. Violet. V (1st) of the fol- 

lowing (in Hymn Meruit supremos), com of Sunday {white), 
(In D of Hexhy V of Sunday, com of the Octave.) 

23 Mond. St Cuthbert, BC, d (20th). White. (In D. ofHexh, 

Mass of the Feria, com of the Oct, 3d Pr Concede : violet.) 

24 Tues. Feria. Violet, 

25 Wedn. (FD) The Annukciation of BVM, d of 2d cl. Cr, 

Pref of BVM, White. Plen Indulg. 

26 Thurs. Feria. Violet. 

27 Frid, The Most Precious Blood of Our Lord, gr d, Cr, 

Pref of the Cross, Red, Plen Indulg, (InDofffexh, 
The Octave-day of St Cuthbert, d. Cr : white.) 

28 Sat. Feria. Violet. 

29 PASSION SUNDAY, sem, 2d Pr for the Church or the 

Pope, Pref of the Cross (till Maundy Thursday inclusive), 
Violet. V of Sunday : the Suffrages are not said. 

30 Mond, Feria, Violet. 

31 Tues. Feria. Violet. 

APRIL has 30 Days, 

1 Wedn, Feria, Violet. 

2 Thurs. St Francis of Paula, C, d. White. 

3 Frid. The Seven Dolours of BVM, gr d. Cr. Pref of BVM., 

White, Plen Indulg. 

4 Sat. St Isidore, BCD, d. Cr, Wliite. 

Cte Intrulgetire Itqim. 

5 PALM SUNDAY, sem. Violet, V of Sunday : the Suf- 

frages are not said. 

6 Mond, Feria. Violet. 

7 Tues. Feria. Violet. 

8 Wedn. Feria, Violet. (On this and the two following 

nights, The Office o/Tenebrie.) 

9 Maundy Thurs, d of 1st cl, Cr, WJiite. 

10 Good Friday, d of 1st cl. Black, 

11 Holy Saturday, d of Ist cl. Paschal Pref (till the Ascen- 

sion). White. After Complin, Begina coeli till Trinity 
Sunday exclusively. 



12 EASTER SUNDAY, d of Ist cl with an Octave; Cr, 

during the Oct fVhite, V of the Feastt. Plen Indiilg. 

13 Easter Monday, d of 1st cl. mtit^, FD. 

14 Easter Tuesday, d of 1st cl. White, FD. 

15 Wedn. Of the Oct, sem. 2d Pr (and on the following day) 

as on Passion Sunday. White, 

16 Thurs. Of the Oct, sera. White, 

17 Frid. Of the Oct, sera. . 2d Pr of St Anicetus, PM. fThite. 

Ahst. 

18 Sat. Of the Oct, sera. 2d Pr as on Passion Sunday. White, 

19 LOW SUNDAY, d. White, V of the Sunday, com of the 

following (according to Paschal Rite). 

CSe ittlyulgmee tnXifi. 

20 Mond. St Richard, BC, d (3d). WhUe. 

21 Tues. St Anselm, BCD, d. Cr.' White, 

22 Wedn. SS Soter and Caius, PPMM, sem. 2d Pr of BVM 

Concede; 3d for the Church or Pope. Red* 

23 Thurs. (FD) St Georgf, M, Protector of England, d of Ist 

cl with an Octave ; Cr during the Oct* Bed, Plen Indulg. 

24 Frid. St Fidelis of Sigmaringa, M, d. Red. Ahst. 

25 Sat St Mark Evang, d of 2d cl. Cr. PrefofApp. Red, 

LITANIES (violet). 

26 SUNDAY, 2d after Easter, sem. Com of the Oct. Red, 

V of the Sunday, com of the following and of the Oct. 
(Omit the Suffrages.) 

27 Mond. SS Cletus and Marcellinus, PPMM, sem (26th) ; 2d 

Pr of the Oct ; 3d of BVM. Red, 

28 Tues. St Vincent Ferrer, C, d (5th). Com of the Oct and of 

St Vitalis, M. White. 

29 Wedn. St Peter. M, d. Red, 

30 Thurs. Octave-day of St George, M, d. Red. 

MAY has 31 Days. 

1 Frid. (FD) SS Philip and James, App, d of 2d cl. Cr. 

Pref of App. Red, Abst. 

2 Sat. St Athanasius, BCD, d. Cr. White, 

3 SUNDAY, 3d after Easter. The Finding of the Holy 

Caosd, d of 2d cl. Com of Sunday and (in Low Mass) of 
SS Alexander, &c, MM. Pref of the Cross. Last Gospel 
of Sunday. Red. V of the Feast, com of the following and 
of Sunday. (In D of SouthWf Plen tndulg for 8 days on 
account of the Feast of the Patronage of St Joseph : in DD 
of Lii) and Hexhy Plen Indulg for to-dav on account of the 
Feast of the Finding of the Cross, and also by reason of the 
Feast of the Patronage of St Joseph.) 

4 Mond» St Monica, Wid, d. White, 

6 Tues. St Catherine of Sienna, V, d. Whiter 
6 Wedn. St John before the Latin Gate, gr d. Cr. Pref of 
App. Red^ 



7 Thufti St SUinislaui, BM, d. Red. 

8 Frid. The Apparition of St Michiwel, gr d. Cr. WhHi, Abst. 

9 Sat. St Gregory Naziancen, BCDy d, Cr, Whiter 

iO SUNDAY, 4ih after faster. St Antotiinus, fiC, d. Com of 
Sunday land of SS Gordianus and Epimachus, MM. Ladt 
Gospel of Sunday* White. V (2d) of the Feast to the 
Chapter; then (Ist) of the fbllowing (in Hyiton Meruit 
supremoi)y com of St Antoninus and of Sunday^ 

11 Mond. St Pius Vth, PC, d. fThite. 

12 Tues. SS Nereus> &c, MM, sem* 2d Pr Concede of BYM, 

3d for the Church or the Pope. lied, 

13 Wedn. The Patronagie of St Jbseph, d Of 2d cl (3d Siihday 

after Easter). White. 

14 Thurs. St Leo, PCD, d (lllh Apr). Com of St Bohiface, M. 

Cr. White. 
l& Frid. St Hehnenegild) M, setn (13th Apr). 2d and dd Pts as 
on 12th. Rid. Abst. 

16 Sat. St John Ne^omUcen, M, d, Red^ 

17 SUNDAY, 5th after Easter. St Paschal Baylon, C, d. Com 

and last Gospel of Sunday, ff^kite, V (2d) of the Feast 
to the Chapter^ then (Ist) of the following, com of St Paschal 
and of Sunday {red). 

18 Mond. St Venantius^ M, d. Com and last Gospel of the 

Rogation-day. Red. LITANIES (violet). 

19 Tues. St Dunstan, BC, d. Com of St Pudentiana, V, and of 

the Rogation-dav» White, LITANIES (wo^^O- 

20 Wedni rig. St Bernardine of Sienna, C, sem. Com of the 

Vig and Itogatlon-day, last Gospel of the former, fVhite. 

21 Thurs. ASCENSION-DAY, d of 1st cl with an Octave; 

Cr and Pref of the Ascen during the Oct. White. V (2d) 
of the Feast, com of the following. Plen Indulg, and in 
DD of Liv and Hexh during the Oct. 

22 Frid. St Ubaldus, BC, sem. Com of' the Oct, 3d tr of 

BVM. White. Abst. 

23 Sat. SfePeterCele8tine,PC, d(2l8t). Com of the Oct. fVhite. 

24 SUNDAY, within the Oct. BVM under the title of ''Help 

of Christians^'* gr d. Com of Sunday (with last Gospel) 
and of the Oct. Pref of BVM, White. V (2d) of the 
Feast, com of the following, of Sunday, of tliQ Oct and of 
St Urban, PM. Plen Indulg. 

NBt In D of Shrews, d of 1st cl with an Oct. Omit 
com of the Oct of Ascens at Mass. In V com of the 
following and of Sunday wdyi 

25 Mond. St Aldhelm^ BC, dt Com of the Oct and of St Urban, 

PM. White. 

26 Tues. St Augustine, BC^ Apostle of England, ^ of 2d cl 

with an Oct. Com (in Low Mass) of St Eleutherius, PM. 
White, (In DD of Weitm^ Soutkf lAv, and ffea, Plen 
Indulge) 



27 Wedn. St Philip Neri, C, d. Com of the 2 (Shr 3) Octs and 

of St John, PM. White. 

28 Thurs. Octave-day of the Ascension, d. Com of Oct of St 

Aug. JVhite, (In D Shr^ com Oct BVM and of St Aug.) 

29 Frid. St Gregory VII, PC, d (28th). Com of Feria (from 

last Sunday's Mass) and of Oct of (Shr BVM, with her Pref 
and) St Aug. Cr. White. Abst. 

30 Sat. Whitsun-Eve, sem. Pref pr (and during the ensuing 

week). Red. FAST. 

Cj^e InlTttlgence Itqinti. 

31 WHIT SUNDAY, or PENTECOST, d of 1st cl, with au 

Octave, Red. V of the Feast. 

JUNE has 30 Days. 

1 WiiiT Monday, d of Ist cl ; Cr during the week. Red, (FD.) 

2 Whit Tuesday, d of 1st cl. Red. (FD.) 

3 ^7»6cr-Wedn. Of the Oct, sem ; 2d Pr for the Chmrch or 

the Pope. Red. FAST. 

4 Thurs. Of the Oct, sem ; 2d Pr as yesterday. Red. 

5 Ember-Frid. Of the Oct, sem ; 2d Pr as on 3d. Red. FAST. 

6 Ember-Ssit. Of the Oct, sem ; 2d Pr as on 3d. Red. FAST. 

From the V of this day, until Advent, the Salve Retina is 
said, 

JBIere eittrs tp V^H^^al Ctme. 

7 TRINITY SUNDAY, d of 2d cl.» Com and last Gospel of 

Sunday. White. V (2d) of the Feast, com of the follow- 
ing, and of Sunday. 

8 Mond. St William, BC, d. White. (In D of Rev Plen 

Indulg.) 

9 Tues. St Mary Magdalene of Pazzi, V, d ; com of SS Primus, 

&c, MM. Tf^ite. 

10 Wedn. St Margaret, Wid, sem; 2d Pr A cunctis; 3d ad lib. 

White, 

11 Thurs. CORPUS CHRISTI, d of 1st cl with an Octave; Cr 

and Pref of Xmas during the Oct. White. V (2d) of the 
Feast, com of the following. Plen Indulg. 

12 Frid. St John h Facundo, C, d; com of the Oct and of SS 

Basilides, &c, MM. White, Ahst. 

13 Sat. St Anthony of Padua, C, d ; com of the Oct. White, 

14 SUNDAY within the Oct, and 2d after Pentec, St Basil, 

BCD, d ; com of Sunday and of the Oct : last Gospel of 
Sunday. White. V (2d) of the Feast, O Doctor (in Hymn 
Meruit supremos)^ com of the Sunday, the Oct, and of SS 
Vitus, &c, MM. 



* On this day a collection is made In all the churches and chapels 
of the Diocese of Westminster, for the Building qf Churches, ^c,^ 



15 Hand. Qf the Oct^ sem ; com of 8S Vims, &c, MM ; 3d Pr 

Concede, WJiite, 

16 Tues. Of the Oct, sem ; 2d Pr of BVM Concede; 3d for the 

Church or Pope. White. 

17 Wedn. Of the Oct, sem j 2d Pr Concede ; 3d for the Church ; 

4th Pr for the Pope (anniv of His Holiness's Election). 
White, 

18 Thurs. Pctave-day of CC ; com of SS Mark, &c, MM. White. 

CQe inlTttlgence rnlr0. 

19 Frid. St Juliana Falconieri, V, d ; com of SS Gervase and 

Protase, MM. White, Abst. 

20 Sat. St Barnabas, Ap, gr d (lltb); com of 3t SUveriua, PM. 

Cr. Pref of App. i?flrf. 

21 SUNDAY, 3d after Pent.* The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, 

gr d ; com and last Gospel of the Sunday ; 3d Pr for the 
Pope (anniv of His Holiness's Coronation) ; Pref of the 
Cross. Wkitg, V (2d) of the Feast, com of the following, 
of Sunday, and of St Paulinus, BC. Plen Indulg. 

22 Mond. 8t Alban, Proto-M of England, gr d ; com of St Pau^ 

linus, BC. Red, 

23 Tues. Vigil* St Francis Caracciolo, C, d (4th) ; com and last 

Gospel of the Vig. White, 
84 Wedn. (FD) The Nativity of St. John the Baptist, d of 
1st cl with an Octave. White, (In DD JJv and Hexh 
Pl^n Indulg.) 

25 Thurs. St William, Abb, C, d; com of the Oct. WJdte, 

26 Frid. SS Johu and Paul, MM, d ; com of the Oct. Bed, 

Abst. 

27 Sat. Viaik St Boniface, BM, d (5th) ; com of the Oct and 

Vig: last Gospel of the Vig, Bed, FAST. 

28 SUNDAY, 4th after Fentec, gem ; com of the Oct. White, 

V (1st) of the following, without any com (red). 

Ci^e Inlmltence ftegtits. 

29 Mond. SS PETER and PAUL, App, d of 1st cl, with an Oct. 

Cr and Pref of App during the Oct. Red, V (2d) of th« 
Feayt without any eom, 
%Q Tuea. Commpmoration of 6t Paul, Ap, d ; com of St Peter 
and of Oct of St John. Red, 

!■ ^immm^m wm ■■■! i > ■ ■ b^B »■ ■ ■ ■ pii ■■ ■ ■ ■! » i ■ , . ■ . ...i^ ■ |ii i ■■ ■ ^^ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ i »^ M ■ ^. ■ ■ -^mi I ■ ■ !■ I '■ — ■■ 

JULY has 31 Days. 

1 Wedn. Ootavo'day of St John the Baptist, d ; oom of Oct of 

the App. White, 

3 Thurs. Visitation of BVM, d of 2 cl. Com of SS Processus, 

&c, MM (in Low Mass). Pref of BVM. White, Plen 

Indulg. 

^ J ■ — ■ — ' — — 

* On this d^y a eoUeotion is made in &U ohurches and ehapels in 
aid of the funds qf the Prntr'^Scbmii Cqmmittee, A Plenary Indulgence, 
may be gained, within eighl days, by all eontributora, 

a2 ^ 



3 Frid. St Norbert, BC, d (6th June) ; com of the Oct. White. 

Abst. 

4 Sat. St Aloysius, C,d (21st June) ; com of the Octave. White, 

5 SUNDAY, 5th after Pentec. The Most Precious Blood of 

our Lord, d of 2d cl ; com and last Gospel of Sunday ; 
Pref of the Cross. Red. V (2d) of the Feast, com of the 
Oct of the App and of Sunday, Plen Jndulg. 

6 Mond. Octave-day of the App, d. Bed. (In D oiSouthw 

2d Pr for the Bishop.) 

7 Tues. Translation of St Thomas, BM, gr d. Red, 

8 Wedn. St Elizabeth, Wid, sem ; 2d Pr ^ cunctia; 3d ad Ub. 

White. 

9 Thurs. St Leo, PC, sem (28th June) ; 2d and 3d Prs as yest. 

White. 

10 Frid. The Seven BrotherSi MM, sem ; 2d and 3d Pre as on 

8th. Red, Abst. 

11 Sat. Of the Immac Conception of BVM, sem; com of St Pius, 

PM ; 3d Pr of Holy Ghost ; Pref of BVM. Wfnte. 

12 SUNDAY, 6th after Pentec. St John Gualbert, Abb, C, d; 

com of Sunday (with last Gospel), and of SS Nabor, &c, 
MM. White. V (2d) of the Feast j com of Sunday and 
the following. 

13 Mond. St Anacletus, PM, sem ; 2d and 3d Prs as on 8th. 

Red, 

14 Tues. St Bonaventure, BCD, d; Cr. White. 

15 Wedn. St Swithin, BC, d. White. 

16 Thurs. BVM of Mount Carmel, gr d; Cr, Pref of BVM. 

White. Plen Indulg. (In D of Salf, d of 1st cl with an 
Octave ; Cr. Pref of BVM, and com of Oct, daily.) 

1 7 Frid. St Osmund, BC, d. White. Abst 

18 Sat. St Camillus, C, d ; com of SS Symphorosa, &c, MM. 

White. 

19 SUNDAY, 7th after Pentec. St Vincent of Paul, C, d ; com 

and last Gospel of Sunday. White. V (2d) of the Feast 
to the Chapter, then (1st) of the following {in nytan Meruit 
supremos), com of St Vincent, of Sunday, and of St Marga- 
ret, VM. (In D ofSalf, com of the Oct of BVM, in M and 
V, after the com of Sunday.) 

20 Mond. St Jerome iBmilian, C, d ; com of St Margaret, VM. 

White. 

21 Tues. St Henry, Emperor, C, sem; com of St Praxedes, V; 

3d Pr udf cunctis. White, 

22 Wedn. St Mary Magdalen, d; Cr. White. 

23 Thurs. St Apollinaris, BM, d ; com of St Liborius, BC. Red. 

(In D of Salf, Octave-day of BVM, d (white.) 

24 Frid. Vigil. St Alexius, C, sem j com of Vig and St Chris- 

tina, VM ; last Gosp of Vig. White. Abst. 



25 Sat. (FD) St James, Ap, d of 2d cl ; com of St Christopher, 

M ; Cr. Pref of App. Red. (In D of Salff 3d Pr for 
the Bishop.) 

26 SUNDAY, 8th after Pentec. St Anne, Mother of BVM, gr 

d ; com and last Gospel of Sunday. White, V (2d) of the 
Feast, com of Smiday, and of St Pantaleon, M. (In D of 
Salf, V of the Feast, com of St ApoUinaris, BM, of Sunday, 
and of St Pantaleon, M (ant Qui odit, v Justus ut palma^) 
(In DD o£Liv and Hexh Plen Indulg.) 

27 Mond. St Pantaleon, M; 2d Pr Fidelium for the Dead; 3d 

Pr A cunctis. Red. (In D of Sa/f, St ApoUinaris, BM, 
d ; com of St Pantaleon (red,) (In D of Shrewsh 4th Pr for 
the Bishop.) 

28 Tues. SS Nazarius, &c, MM, sem ; 2d Pr ^ cunctis ; 3d ad 

lib. Red, 

29 Wedn. St Martha, V, sem ; com of SS Felix, &c, MM ; 3d Pr 

A cunctis. White, 

30 Thurs. Of the Most Holy Sacrament, sem ; com of SS Ahdon 

and Sennen, MM ; 3d Pr ^ cunctis, Pref of Xmas. White, 

31 Frid. St Ignatius, C, d. White. Ahst. 

AUGUST has 31 Days. 

1 Sat. St Peter's Chains, sr d ; com of St Paul and of Holy 

Machahees ; Cr, Pref of App, White, 

2 SUNDAY, 9th after Pentec, St Alphonsus Liguori, BC, d ; 

com of Sunday (with last Gospel) and of St Stephen, PM« 
White, V (2d) of the Feast (in Hymn Meruit supremos) , 
com of Sunday and of the following. 

3 Mond. The Finding of St Stephen, Proto-M, sem ; 2d Pr -^df 

cunctis ; 3d ad lib. Red, 

4 Tues. St Dominic, C, d. White. 

6 Wedn. BVM ad Nives, gr d ; Cr. Pref of BVM. White. 
Plen Indulg. 

6 Thiu:s. The Transfiguration of Our Lord, gr d ; Com of SS 

Xystus, &c, MM ; Cr. Pref of Xmas. White. Plen In- 
dulg. 

7 Frid. St Cajetan, C, dj com of St Donatus, BM. White. 

Ahst. 

8 Sat. Vigil, SS Cyriacus, &c, MM, sem ; com and last Gospel 

of the Vig ; 3d Pr -^ cunctis. 

9 SUNDAY, loth after Pentec, sem ; com of St Romanus, M ; 

3d Pr A cunctis. Green, V (1st) of the following with- 
out any commem (red,) 

10 Mond. (FD) St Laurence, M, d of 2d cl with an Octave.- 

Red, 

11 Tues. Of the Oct, sem; com of SS Tiburtius, &c, MM; 3d 

Pr Cmcede, Red, 



22 Tues. St Thomas of Villanova, BC, d j com of SS Maurice, 

&c, MM. WhUe. 

23 Wedn. St Linus, PM, sem ; com of St Thecla, VM ; 3d Pr 

A cunctis. Red, 

24 Thurs. BVM of Mercy, gr d ; Cr, and Pref of B VM. White. 

Plen Indulg. 

25 Frid. SS Eustacliius, &c, MM, d (20th). Red. Abst. 

26 Sat. Of the Immaculate Conception of BVM, sem ; com of 

SS ; 3d Pr of Holy Ghost ; Pref of BVM. White. 

C!)e Snlmlffenee iiegins. 

27 SUNDAY, 17th after Pentec, sem ; 2d and 3d Prs as on 2d, 

Green. V of Sunday, com of the following (Sufirages). 

28 Mond. St Wenceslaus, M, sem; 2d and 3d Prs as on 2d. 

Red. 

29 Tues. (FD) St Michael, Archang, d of 2d cl; Cr. White. 

(In DD of Westm, Bev, Nhamptj Netopy Birm, and Hexhy 
2d Pr for the Bishop. In DD of Liv and Bexh Plen 
Indulg.) 

30 Wedn. St Jerome, CD, d; Cr. White. 

OCTOBER has 31 Days. 

1 Thurs. St Remigius, BC, sem ; 2d Pr ^ cunctis ; 3d ad Ub. 

White. 

2 Frid. Our Guardian Angels, d; Cr. White. (In DD of 

Liv and Hexh Plen Indulg.) Abst. 

3 Sat. St Thomas of Hereford, BC, d. White. 

4 SUNDAY, 18th after Pentec. The Most Holv Rosary of 

BVM, gr d ; com and last Gospel of Sunday ; ftref of BVM. 
White. V. (2d) of the Feast ; com of the following, of Sun- 
day, and of SS Placidus, &c, MM. Plen Indulg. (In the 
D of Southwy Annual Collection.) 

C6e Itilmlgrttte en^0. 

5 Mond. St Francis, C, d (yesterday) ; com of SS. White, 

6 Tues. St Bruno, C, d. White. 

7 Wedn. SS Cosmas and Damian, MM, sem (27th Sept) ; com 

of St Mark, PC, and of SS Sergius, &c, MM. Red. 

8 Tliurs. St Bridget, Wid, d. White. 

9 Frid. SS Dionysius, &c, MM, sem ; 2d and 3d Prs as on Isf* 

Red. Abst. 

10 Sat. St Paulinus, BC, d. White. (In D o{ Bev Plen In- 

dulg.) 

11 SUNDAY, 19th after Pentec. The Maternity of BVM^ d ; 

com and last Gospel of Sunday. Pref of BVM. fHiite. 

V (2d) of the Feast, com of the following, and of Sunday. 
Plen Indulg. 

12 Mond. St Wilfnd, BC, d. White. 

13 Tues. St Edward, KC, d of 2 cl with an Octave. WhUe. 

(In DofXw Plen Indulg.) 



14 Wedii. St Callistus, PM, d; com of the Octave. Red, 

15 Thurs. St Teresa, V, d ; com of the Octave. White. 

16 Frid. Of the Octave, sem ; 2d Pr Concede; 3d for the Church 

or the Pope, White, Ahst. 

17 Sat. St Hedwiges, Wid, sem ; com of the Octave ; 3d Pr Con- 

cede, White, 

18 SUNDAY, 20th after Pentec. St Luke Evang, d of 2d cl ; 

com and last Gospel of Sunday ; Pref of App, Red, V 
(2d) of the Feast, com of the mllowmg, and of Sunday on/^. 
(The Feast of the Purity of BVM is not kept this year.) 

19 Mond. St Peter of Alcantara, C, d; com of ^ the Octave. 

White. 

20 Tues. Octave-day of St Edward, KC, d. White. 

21 Wedn. SS Ursula, &c, VVMM, gr d; com of S. Red. 

22 Thurs. St John Cantius, C, d. White, 

23 Frid. Our Most Holy Redeemer, gr d j Cr, Pref of the Cross. 

White, Plen Indulg. Ahst. 

24 Sat. St Raphael, Archang, gr d ; Cn White, 

25 SUNDAY, 21st after Pentec, The Patronage of BVM, grd; 

com and last Gospel of Sunday ; 3d Pr of SS ; Pref of BVM. 
White. V (2d) of the Feast, com of the following^ of Sun- 
day, and of St Evaristus, PM. Plen Indulg. 

NB. In the D oi Beverley y d of 1st cl with an Octave; 
omit com of SS, Cr, and Pref of BVM (except 28th) daily. 
In V, com of the following and of Sunday only. 

26 Mond. St John of Beverley, BC, d (yesterday) ; com of S. 

White. (In D of Bev, gr d, and a Plen Indulg.) 

27 Tues. Vigil, St Francis Borgia, C, sem (11th); com and last 

Gospel of the Vigil ; 3d Pr -^ cunctis. White, (In D of 
BeVf Mass of the Vigil (violet,) 

28 Wedn. (FD) SS Simon and Jude, App, d of 2d cl; Cr; Pref 

of App. Red, 

29 Thurs. Venerahle Bede, C, gr d. White. Plen Indulg. 

30 Frid. Feria. 2d Pr for the Dead ; 3d A cunctis. Green, 

(In D of BeVf Mass of the Octave {white.) Ahst. 

31 Sat. Vigil. 2d Pr of the Holy Ghost ; 3d for the Church or 

the Pope. Fiolet, FAST. 

NOVEMBER has 30 Days. 

1 SUNDAY, 22d aftet Pentec. ALL SAINTS, d of 1st cl 

with an Octave ; com and last Gospel of Sunday (Cr during 
the Oct). White, V (2d) of the Feast ; com of Sunday. 
After Benedicamtis JDomino, V of the Dead. 

*^* In D of Bev, com of the Octave-day in M and V 
before the com of Sunday, Pref of BVM. 

2 Mond. All Souls. Black. 



22 Tues. St Thomas of Villanovaj BC, d ; com of SS Maurice, 

&c, MM. White. 

23 Wedn. St Linus, PM, sem; com ofStThecla, VM; 3d Pr 

A cunctis. Red, 

24 Thurs. BVM of Mercy, gr d ; Cr, and Pref of BVM. White. 

Plen Indulg. 

25 Frid. SS Eustachius, &c, MM, d (20th). Red. Abst. 

26 Sat. Of the Immaculate Conception of BVM, sem ; com of 

SS ; 3d Pr of Holy Ghost ; Pref of BVM. White. 

€it Inlmlgenee ttqim. 

27 SUNDAY, 17th after Pentec, sem ; 2d and 3d Prs as on 2d* 

Green, V of Sunday, com of the following (Suffirages). 

28 Mond. St Wenceslaus, M, sem ; 2d and 3d Prs as on 2d. 

Red. 

29 Tues. (FD) St Michael, Archang, d of 2d cl; Cr. White. 

(In DD of Westm, Bev, Nhampt, Netop^ Birm, and Hexh^ 
2d Pr for the Bishop. In DD of Liv and Rexh Plen 
Indulg.) 

30 Wedn. St Jerome, CD, d; Cr. White. 

OCTOBER has 31 Days. 

1 Thurs. St Remigius, BC, sem ; 2d Pr ^ cunctia ; 3d ad Ub^ 

White. 

2 Frid. Our Guardian Angels, dj Cr. White. (In DD of 

Liv and Hexh Plen Indulge.) Abst. 

3 Sat. St Thomas of Hereford, BC, d. White. 

4 SUNDAY, 18th after Pentec. The Most Holv Rosary of 

BVM, gr d ; com and last Gospel of Sunday ; Pref of BVM. 
White. V. (2d) of the Feast ; com of the following, of Sun- 
day, and of SS Placidus, &c, MM. Plen Indulg. (In the 
D of SouthtVf Annual Collection.) 

5 Mond. St Francis, C, d (yesterday) ; com of SS. White. 

6 Tues. St Bruno, C, d. White. 

7 Wedn. SS Cosmas and Damian, MM, sem (27th Sept) ; com 

of St Mark, PC, and of SS Sergius, &c, MM. Red. 

8 Thurs. St Bridget, Wid, d. White. 

9 Frid. SS Dionysius, &c, MM, sem ; 2d and 3d Prs as on Isf. 

Red. Abst. 

10 Sat. St Paulinus, BC, d. White. (In D o{ Bev Plen In- 

dulg.) 

11 SUNDAY, 19th after Pentec. The Maternity of BVM, gr d ; 

com and last Gospel of Sunday. Pref of BVM. fFhite. 

V (2d) of the Feast, com of the following, and of Sunday. 
Plen Indulg. 

12 Mond. St Wilfrid, BC, d. White. 

13 Tues. St Edward, KC, d of 2 cl with an Octave. White. 

(In DofXir Plen Indulg.) 



14 Wedu« St Callistus, PM, d ; com of the Octave. Med, 

15 Thurs. St Teresa, V, d ; com of the Octave. White. 

16 Frid. Of the Octave, sem ; 2d Pr Concede ; 3d for the Church 

or the Pope, White, Ahst. 

17 Sat. St Hedwiges, Wid, sem ; com of the Octave ; 3d Pr Con- 

cede, White, 

18 SUNDAY, 20th after Pentec. St Luke Evang, d of 2d cl ; 

com and last Gospel of Sunday ; Pref of App. Red. V 
(2d) of the Feast, com of the roll o whig, and of Sunday onh/, 
(The Feast of the Purity of BVM is not kept this year.) 

19 Mond. St Peter of Alcantara, C, d; com of- the Octave. 

White. 

20 Tues. Octave-day of St Edward, KC, d. White. 

21 Wedn. SS Ursula, &c, VVMM, gr d; com of S. Bed. 

22 Thurs. St John Cantius, C, d. White. 

23 Frid. Our Most Holy Redeemer, gr d j Cr, Pref of the Cross. 

White, Plen Indulg. Ahst. 

24 Sat. St Raphael, Archang, gr d; Cn White. 

25 SUNDAY, 21st after Pentec. The Patronage of BVM, grd; 

com and last Gospel of Sunday ; 3d Pr of SS j Pref of BVM. 
White. V (2d) of the Feast, com of the following^ of Sun- 
day, and of St Evaristus, PM. Plen Indulg. 

NB. In the D of Beverley , d of 1st cl with an Octave; 
omit com of SS, Cr, and Pref of BVM (except 28th) daily. 
In V, com of the following and of Sunday only. 

26 Mond. St John of Beverley, BC, d (vesterday) ; com of S. 

White. (In D of Bev, gr d, and a Plen Indulg.) 

27 Tues. Vigil, St Francis Borgia, C, sem (11th); com and last 

Gospel of the Vigil ; 3d Pr -^ cunctis. White, (In D of 
Bev, Mass of the Vigil (violet, ) 

28 Wedn. (FD) SS Simon and Jude, App, d of 2d cl; Cr; Pref 

of App. Bed, 

29 Thurs. Venerahle Bede, C, gr d. White. Plen Indulg. 

30 Frid. Feria. 2d Pr for the Dead ; 3d A cunctis. Green, 

(In D of Bev, Mass of the Octave {white.) Ahst. 

31 Sat. Vigil. 2d Pr of the Holy Ghost ; 3d for the Church or 

the Pope. Fiolet. FAST. 

NOVEMBER has 30 Days. 

€it Inbulgmee iiegtits. 

1 SUNDAY, 22d after Pentec. ALL SAINTS, d of 1st cl 

-with an Octave ; com and last Gospel of Sunday (Cr during 
the Oct). White, V (2d) of the Feast; com of Sunday. 
After Benedicamtis Domino, V of the Dead. 

*^ In D of Bev, com of the Octave-day in M and V 
before the com of Sunday, Pref of BVJVl. 

2 Mond. All Souls. BlwK 



3 Tu08. St Winefride, V M, d ; com of tlie Oct, Red, (In 

N Wales, d of Ut d ; no com ; Plen Indulg in D oiShrewn^) 

4 Wedn. St Charleg, BC, d ; com of the Oct and of SS. WhiU, 

5 Thurs. Of the Oct, sem j 2d Fr of the Holy Ghoat ; 3d for 

the Church or the Pope. White, 

6 Frid. Of the Oct, sem. White. Abst, 

7 Sftt. Of the Oct, sem. WJUtis. 

8 SUNDAY, 23d after Pentec. Octave-day of All Saints, d, 

com (with last Gospel) of Sunday and of the 4 crowned MM. 
White, y (2d) of All SS to the Chapter, then of the follow- 
ing, com of AH SS, of Sunday, and of St Theodore, M» 

C6e inlrulgenre enlrtf. 

9 Mond. The Dedication of Our Saviour's Chureh, d ; eom of 

St Theodore, M ; Cr. White. 

10 Tues. St Andrew Avellino, C, sem; com of 88; ^ Pr ^ 

eunetie. White. 

11 Wedn. St Martin, BC, d; com of 8t Mennas, M. White. 

12 Thurs. St Martin, PM, sem ; 2d Pr ^ cuneUt; 8d Pr ««r ZJ6. 

Rsd, 
IZ Frid. St Didactts, G, 8?m; 2<d and 3d Pl« «» yett^rday. 

WhUe. Abst. 
14 Sat. St Erconwald, SC, d. WhUe^ 

16 SUNDAY, 24th after Pentec. St Gertrude, V, d; com and 
last Gospel of Sunday (see 6th after £piph)» White. V 
(2d) of tne Feast to the Chapter, then (Ijst) of the following, 
com of St Gertrude and of Sunday. 

16 Mond. St Edmund, BC, d. While. 

17 Tues. St Hugh, BC, d. White. 

1 8 Wedn . Dedication of the Churches of 8S Peter and Paul, App, 

d; Cr. White. 

19 Thurs. St Elizabeth, Wid, d; com of 8t Pontiaaus, PM. 

White. 

20 Frid. St Edmund, KM, gr d. Red. Abst. 

21 Sat. The Presentation of BVM, gr d j Cr, Pref ef BVM. 

White. Plen Indulg. 

22 SUNDAY, 25th and last after Pentec. St CeciHa, VM, d ; 

com and last Gospel of Sundav. JEted, V (2d} of the 
Feast to the Chapter; then (1st) of the following^ com of St 
Cecilia, of Sunday, and of St Felicitas, M. 

23 Mond. St Clement, PM, d; com of S. Red. 

24 Tues. St John of the Cross, C, d ; com of S. White. 

25 Wedn. St Catherine, VM, d. Bed, 

26 Thurs, St Felix of Valois, C, d ; com of St Peter, BM. 

White. 

27 Frid. St Gregory Thaumaturgus, BC, d. WhUe, Abst. 

28 Sat. Vigil. 2d Fr for the Dead ; 3d Concede. Violet. 

%♦ (In D ^iBev, St Francis Borgia, C, ^em (11th 
Oct) ; com and last Gospel of the Yig ; 3d Pr yf cunctts 
{white.) 



29 SUNDAY, Ist of Adveht, s^m ; com of St Saturn inus, M ; 

3d Pr of BVM {Deus qui de beata). Violet. V (1st) of 
the following, com of Sunday (red), (In D of Ziv, Collec- 
tion for Diocesan Fund.) 

30 Mond. (FD) St Andrew, Ap, d of 2d cl ; com of Feria, Cr, 

Pref of App. Bed, 

NB, On all Festivals during Advent, a commemo- 
ration of the Feria is made from the Mass of the pre- 
ceding Sunday; or, if the Feria has a proper Mass, from 
such Mass. 

DECEMBER has 31 Days. 

1 Tues. Feria ; 2d Pr of BVM ; 3d for the Church or Pope. 

Violet. 

2 Wedn. St Bihiana, VM, sem ; 3d Pr of BVM. Red. FAST. 

3 Thurs, St Francis Xavier, C, d. White. 

4 Frid. St Peter Chrysologus, BCD, d ; 3d Pr of St Barbara, 

VM; Cr. White. FAST. 

5 Sat. St Birinus, BC, d ; 3d Pr of St Sabbas, C. White. 

6 SUNDAY, 2d of Advent, sem; 2d and 3d Prs as on 1st. 

Violet. V (1st) of the following, in Hymn Meruit supre- 
mos, at Magn ant O Doctor , com of Sunday (white), 

7 Mond. St Ambrose, BCD, d ; Cr. White. 

8 Tues. (FD) The Immaculate Conception op BVM, d of 

2d (in 8 DD, 1st) cl with an Octave; Cr and Pref of BVM 
during the Octave, White. Plen Indulg (in DD of Ztv, 
Hexhf Newp, and Shrews, through the Octave.) 

9 Wedn. St Nicholas, BC, d (6th) : com of the Oct. White. 

FAST. 

10 Thurs. Of the Oct, sem; 3d Pr com of St Melchiades, PM. 

White. 

1 1 Frid. St Damasus, PC, sem ; com of Oct. White. FAST. 

12 Sat. Of the Oct, sem; 3d Pr of Holy Ghost. White. 

13 SUNDAY, 3d of Advent, sem; com of Oct. Violet. V 

(1st) of the following, com of Sunday, and of the Oct (red). 

14 Mond. St Lucy, VM, d (yesterday); com of the Oct, Bed. 

15 Tues. Oct-day of the Immac Concept of BVM, d. White. 

16 Ember-Wedn. St Eusebius, BM, sem ; com and last Gospel 

of the Ember-day ; 3d Pr of BVM. Bed. FAST. 

17 Thurs, Feria; 2d and 3d Prs as on 1st. Violet. 

18 Ember-FM. The Expectation of the BVM, gr d; com and 
$ last Gospel of the Ember-day ; Cr ; Pref of BVM. White. 

Plen Indulg. FAST. 

19 ^OT^er-Sat. Vigil, Mass of the Ember- day ; comof Vig; 3d 

Prof BVM. Violet. FAST. 

20 SUNDAY, 4th of Advent, sem ; 2d and 3d Prs as on 1st. 

Violet. V (1st) of the following, com of Sunday, ant O 
Clavis (red). 



21 M^d. (FD) St TiRmAS, Ap, d of 2 d ; Cr, Prtf of App. 

Red, 

22 Tues. Feria; 2d and 3d Pn ftt on Ist. Tio^^* 

23 Wedn. Feria. VioleU FAST* 

24 Thurs. Chri«tma8-eTe» ViokU FAST* 

Ctie Inlrulgettce tei^inv. 

25 Frid* THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD, ot CHRISTMAS 

DAY> d of 1st cl with an Octave, during which Cr and 

I>roper Preface. White, V (2d) of the Feast, com of fol- 
owing. Plen Indulg. 

26 Sat. (FD) St Stephen, Proto-M, d-of 2 el With ftn Octave; 

com of Oct of Nativ* Red^ 

21 SUNDAY within the Oct of XmiM (fadant). St Johi^i Ap 
and Evang, d of 2d cl with an Octave ; com of the 2 Octs. 
WhUe. y (3d} of Xmas to the Chapter, then (2d) of 6t 
John ; com of the following) and of the Octs of Amaa and 
St Stephen {white), 

28 Mond. (FD) The Holy InkocentS) MM, d of 2 cl With an 

Octave ; com of the 3 Octs. Violet, 

29 Tues. (FD) St Thomas, BM, d of 1st cl with an Octave; 

com of Oct of Xmas. Red, (In D of Nhampt Plen In- 
dulg during the Oct ; in DD of Westm^ SotUhw, Lit, and 
Ifexh, to-day only,) 

30 Wedn. Mass of Sunday within the Oct of Xmas. sem; com 

of Octs of Xmas, of St Thomas, St Stephen^ St John, and 
Holy Innocents. White* 

31 Thurs. St Silvester, PC, d j com of the 5 OcU. White. 

In the following year 1858, Easter Sunday will fall oil the 4th 
of April. 

(I^lotia in txttWn Seo. 



^enotfjS of tnt(ul0;tnc(iS, 

tigreeMy to the following Regulative i 



Jan. .6. Indulgence ends 

Mar.- 1. commences 

8. ■ ends 

Apr, 5. commences 

19. ends 

May 31. commences 

June IS. — ^ ends 

29. commences 



July 6. Indulgence ends 

Aug. D. • 

22. - 

Sept. 27. - 

Oct. 4. - 

Nov. 1. - 

8. - 

Dee. 2.5. - 



Mili.n » ill 



commeneee 

ends 

commences 

ends 

commences 

ends 

comtliences 



Granted to the Faitf^ul m England and Wales, 

I. Christmas- day, and the twelve da^s following, to the day of the 
Kpiphany, inclusively. 

II. The First Week of Lent, begmning with the first Sunday) and 
ending with the second Sunday, inclusively. 

III. Easter, i.e. from Palm-Sunday, inclusively, to Low-Sunday, 
inclusively. 

IV. From Whit-Sunday, inclusively, to the end of the Octave of 
Corpus Christi. 

V. The Feast of SS. Peter and Paul, and during the Octave. 

VI. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of the 
Assumption of the B.V. Mary, to the 22d day of August, inclusively. 
But if the Festival of the Assumption fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence 
begins on that day. 

VII. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of 
St. Michael, to the Sunday following, inclusively. But if the Festival 
of St Michael fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence begins on that day. 

VIII. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of 
All Saints, to the 8th day of November, inclusively. But if the Feast 
of All Saints fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence begins on that day^ 

jTAe Conditimt ofJL, IF., and VUL are» 
1. That the faithful confess their sins, with sincere repentance, to 
a priest approved by the Bishop. 2. That they worthily receive the 
Holy Communion. 3. That if their state and condition allow it, they 
give some alms to the poor, either on the eve or on the day of their 
>(jommunion. 4. That, on the day of their communion, they offer 
so^ne prayers to God, for the whole state of the Catholic Church 
throughout the world; for bringing back all straying souls to the 
fold of Christ; for the general peace of Christendom, and for the 
blessing of God upon this nation. 

The Conditions of I.^ tlL, T/., and VU.are, 
1. That the faithful confess their sins, with sincere repentance, to 
a priest approved by the Bishop. 2. That they worthily receive the 
Holy Communion. 3. That they visit some Chapel or Oratory, where 
Mass is celebrated, and pray to God for the peace of His Church. 
4. That they be in readiness of mind to assist the poor with alms in 
proportion to their abilities, or to frequent catechism and sermons as 
often as they can do so without great inconvenience ; or to aiford their 
assistance to the siok, or to such as arc near their end, out of the 
motive of Christian charity. 

Note. — It is not required, for gaining these four Indulgences 
granted by Pope Benedict XlV-., that these works of mercy, corporal 
or spiritual, or the assisting at catechism or sermons, be done on the 
same day with the commimion ; but only that persons be then in a 
disposition or readiness of mind to do these things, or some of them at 
least, when they may have an opportunity. 

The Conditions of V. are, 
1. That the faithful ponfess their sins, with sincere repentance, to 
a priest approved by the Bishop. 2. That they worthily receive the 
Holy Communion. 3. That for some space of time, they pray to 
God, with a sincere heart, for the conversion of Infidels and Heretics, 
and for the free propagation of the holy faith. 



<!^tf)er 39knat]) Ifntlulsencei^ fov 1857. 

January. 

1 Thurs. THE CIRCUMCISION. 
6 Tues. THE EPIPHANY. 

18 Sunday. For the Holy Name of Jesus, 
23 Frid. The Espousals of the B.V.M. 

February 

2 Mond. The Purification of the B.V.M. 
13 Frid. Prayer of our Lord. 

20 Frid. Passion of our Lord. 

27 Frid, Crown of Thorns of our Lord, 

March. 
6 Frid. The Lance and Nails of our Lord. 
8 Sunday. St. Felix, in D. of Northampton for 8 days. 

12 Thurs. St. Gregory the Great. 

13 Frid. Holy Windiug-Sheet of our Lord. 
17 Tues. St. Patrick. 

19 Thurs. St. Joseph, in D. of Southw. 8 days ; in DD. of LpL 

and Hex, to-day. 

20 Frid. The Five Sacred Wounds of our Lord. 

25 Wed. The Annunciation of the B.V.M. 

27 Frid. The Most Precious Blood of our Lord. 

April. 

3 Frid. The Seven Dolours of B.V.M. 
12 Sunday. EASTER SUNDAY. 

23 Thurs. St. George, Protector of England. 

May, 
3 Sunday. Finding of the Holy Cross, in D. oiSouthw, for 8 
days ; in DD. of Lpool, and Hexham, 

21 Thurs. ASCENSION-DAY. And in DD. o{ Lpool. and 

Hex, during Oct. 

24 Sunday. B.V.M. Help of Christians. 

26 Tues. St. Augustine, in DD. of West.j South,, LpL, and Hex. 

June. 
8 Mond. St. William in D. of Beverley. 
11 Thurs. CORPUS CHRISTI, 

21 Sunday. The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

24 Wed. Nativity of St. John Baptist, in DD. of Lpl, and Hex, 

July. 
2 Thurs. Visitation of the B. V.M. 
5 Sunday. The Most Precious Blood of our Lord. 
16 Thurs. B.V.M. of Mount Carmel. 

26 Sunday. St. Anne, Mother of B.V.M. In DD. of Lpl, and Hex. 

August. 

5 Wed. B.V.M. ad Nives. 

6 Thurs. Transfiguration of our Lord. 

15 Sat. ASSUMPTION of the B.V.M. 

16 Sunday. In DD. of Lpool, and Hex, 

31 Mond. St. Aidan. In DD. of Lpool, and Hexham. 



September, 
4 Frid. In D. of Hex. for Translation of St, Cuthbert. 
8 Tues. Nativity of the B.V.M. 
13 Sunday. Holy Name of B.V.M. 

20 Sunday. The Dolours of the B.V.M. 

24 Thura. B.V.M. of Mercy. 

29 Tues. St. Michael, Archangel, in DD, oiLpool, and Hexham, 

October. 

2 Frid. Our Guardian Angels, in DD. of Lpooi. and Hexham, 
4 Sunday. The Most Holy Rosary of the B.V.M. 

10 Sat. St. Paulinus, in D. ot Beverley. 

11 Sunday. The Maternity of the B.V.M. 
13 Tues. St. Edward, in D. of Lpool, 

23 Frid. Our Most Holy Redeemer. 

25 Sunday. The Patronage of the B.V.M. 

26 Mond. St. John of Beverley, in D* of Beverley. 
29 Thurs. Venerable Bede. 

November. 

3 Tues. St. Winifred. For the whole D. of Shrews. 

21 Sat. The Presentation of the B.V.M. 

December. 
8 Tues. The Immaculate Conception of the B.V.M. 

Plen. Indulg. in DD. of LpooL, Hexhamy Neivport, and 
Shrewsbury, through the Oct. 
25 Frid. The NATIVITY of OUR LORD. 
29 Tues. St. Thomas, in DD. of West,, Southw., LpooI,, and 
Hexh,, this day only ; in D. of Northamp. during the Oct. 

dTea^ltcJ o&i^nrbttl in Xnglanti for i^t |^ear 1857, 

l^olsdBsis of C^tligfttton. 

All Sundays. 



Jan. 

May 
June 

Feb. 



1 The Circumcision. 

6 The Epiphany. 
21 The Ascension. 
11 Corpus Christi. 

•DaSft ot jDebot(on. 



June 29 SS. Peter and Paul. 
Aug. 15 The Assumption. 
Dec. 25 Christmas Day. 



2 The Purification. 

24 St. Matthias. 
March 19 St. Joseph. 

25 Annunciation of 

B.V.M. 
April 13 Easter Monday. 
14 Easter Tuesday. 

23 St. George. 

May 1 SS. Philip & James. 
June 1 Whit Monday. 
2 Whit Tuesday. 

24 Nat. of St. John Bap- 

tist. 
July 25 St. James, Apostle. 



Aug. 10 St. Lawrence. 

24 St. Bartholomew. 
Sept. 8 Nativity of B.V.M. 

21 St. Matthew, Ap. 

29 St. Michael, Arch. 
Oct. 28 SS. Simou and Jude, 

App. 
Nov. 30 St. Andrew, Ap. 
Dec. 8 Immaculate Concep- 
tion of B.V.M. 

21 St. Thomas, Ap« 

26 St. Stephen. 

28 Holy Innocents. 

29 St. Thomas of Cant. 



»wr 1857. 

St. Peter's Chair at Rome 

St. John of Matha . 

St. Peter's Chair at Antioeh 

St. Felix 

St. Cuthbert . 

St. Richard . • , 

St. Hermenegild 

SS. Cletus and MarcelUnus^ 

St. Vincent Fencr • » 

St. Leo . . • 

St. Peter Celestin . 

St. Gregory YIL . 

St. Barnabas . 

St. Francis Caracciolo 

St. Boniface « • 

St. Aloysiua • • 

St. Norbert . 

St. Leo • • » 

St. Hyacinth , • 

^t, Eustachius 

SS. Cosmas aqd Damian 

St. Francis 

St. John of Beverley 

St. Francis Borgia . 

St. Nicholas • 

St. Lucy » « 

N.B. It may be necessary to observe,, that in dating letters 
by Saints' days, care should he taken net to date by the day 
to which the office af any Saint or other Feast may happen to be 
transferred. In commercial or business of any kind purely secu- 
lar, it would be better to avotd this mode of dating letters, as 
troublesome questions might arise in the Law Conrfes in proving 
sodi dates. 



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4tl>, 6th, and 7tli March; 3d, 5th, and 6th June; 16tli, ISth^ 
vbA 19th Sept. ; 16th, 18th, and 19tk D«c. 

18th, 19th, and 20th May. 



QawMchfie^h m€Qt if forbidden^ and onlif one meal allowed^ 

The Forty Daya of Lent ; the Ember Days ; the Vigils of 
Whitsunday ; SS« Peter and Paul ; the Assumption ; All Saints ; 
and Chrlfttmas ; and the Wednesdays and Fridays v^l Advei^t« 

fS^Btintntt Baps, 

On which fieik meat U forbidden* 

The Sundays in Lent, unless leave be given by the Bishops 
to the cQntrary ; all Fridays, except the Friday on i^Jiich Christ- 
mas Day may fall, ■ 

SECULAR CLSRQY COMMON FUND. 

The attention of the Catholic public is earnestly solictted to the 
aboYe fund. This institation is the principal suppciift of th^ aged and 
infirm Clergy of the dioceses of WesUninster and Sonthwark. Though 
founded above 150 years sinee» It is painful to relate that our limited 
means are not adequate to meet the numerous pressing wants of our 
poor clerical invalids. We o<mfidently hope that there are many pious 
souls, blessed by a benevolent Providence with ample means, who will 
not allow the Lord's anointetl ministers to pine away m penury and 
privation, after they have devoted the active energies of their lives, with 
edifying zeal and exemplary fervour^ to the poor members of the flock 
of Christ. There are four Masses celebrated annually by every mem- 
ber of this Institution for the b^iiefit of living and deceased benefactors. 

Further particulars may be obtained of the Very Rey, Jas« Canon 
O'Neal^ Administrator, Grove-road, St. John's- wood. 

Form rf Bequest to thie Ohanty^ 

I, A. B^f do bequeath to the Yery Bev. Jamea O'Neal, of Grove- 
road* St. tl^n^-wood, London, or to the Administrator for 
the time being of tiie Institution called " The Secular Clergy 
Common Fund," the swm of , fo> the be^^t, of that 

)n^tetiK>E^ ^_ 

THE CATHOUC CEMETERY^ Cadoqan Tbrbai^s^ C^slsxa. 

This Cemetery, solemnly coeseerated according to the Rites of our 
Holy Churchy is the principal source of revenue for the support of 
aged and infirm clergymen of the dioceses of Westminster and South- 
wark. 

Particulars may be obtained of the Very Rev. James Cffeaf, V.G., 
Administrator, 13 Grove-road, St. John's-wood, The Cemetery con- 
tains spacious vaults and catacombs for families, and also family and 
common graves. There is also on the ground a neat mortuary chape],, 
and a resident Priest for the regulaar performance of the burial-service 
according to the sdenm rites ef the Ca^olic Church. As the Ceme- 
tery at Chelsea is u»der notice from the Government to be closed two 
years hence^ the ckr|^ of both dioceses have purchased two plots of 
ground, one in t^ east and anoth^ in ^e west end of London, which, 
will be consect^fefid a«4 opened as cemeierigee lot the coujtse of the cur-* 
rent year.. 



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THE DIOCESES, CLERGY, CHURCHES, AND CHAPELS 
OF ENGLAND AND WALES. 



L DIOCESE OF WESTMINSTER. 
Comprehending Middlesex, Essex, and Hertfordshire. 

Population, 2,413,589. 

PATRON SAINTS OF THE DIOCESE. 

Our Blessed Lady, conceived without sin, 8th December, 
St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles, 29th June. 
St. Edward, King and Confessor, 13th October. 



DIOCESAN ARRANGEMENTS. 



His Eminence the Cardinal Archbisliop (when in town) will be .at 
home on every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, between Eleven and 
Two o'clock : Tuesday being specially devoted to the Clergy. <k 

The Vicar- General, the Very Rev. Dr. Maguire, attends at the Arch' 
bishop's house on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 12 to 2 
o'clock. 



The Most Eminent and Most Reverend INICHOLAS WISE- 
MAN, Cardinal-Priest of St. Pudentiana and Archbishop of 
Westminster ; consecrated June 8, 1840 ; translated from Meli- 
potamus, Sept. 29, 1850. Residence, 8 York-place, Portman- 
square, London. 
The Most Reverend GEORGE ERRINGTON, D.D., Arch- 
bishop of Trebizonde, Coadjutor of Westminster ; consecrated 
Ji»ly 25, 1851 ; translated from Plymouth. Residence, 8 York- 
place, Portman-square, London. 
Very Rev. Canon Maguire, D.D., 13 Bulstrode-street, ^ 

Marylebone. I Vicars- 

Very Rev. Canon O'Neal, Our Lady's Church, St, | General. 

John's Wood. ) 

Very Rev, Monsignor Canon Searle, Secretary to the Cardinal 
Archbishop, 8 York-place, Portman-square, 

Cathedral Chapter of the Diocese of Westminster. 

Very Rev. Robert Whitty, D.D., Very Rev. William Hunt. 

Provost. ' George Last. 
■ John Maguire, D.D., James O'Neal. 

Canon Theologian. W. Weathers, D.D. 

Thomas Long, Canon ■ Francis Searle. 



Penitentiary. Robert Shepherd, 

» George Rolfe» Fred. Oakeley. 

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34 DIOCESE OP WB8TMIM8TEB. 

N,B, ITie figures placed after the churches and chapelt denote 
the years of their foundation or opening, or both. When two years 
are connected by a hyphen, the first denotes the year ofthefoun^ 
datum, the last thai of the opening* A single year enclosed 
thus ( ) shows the year of opening only^ and marked thus (1848 — ) 
indicates the year of the foundation, the year of the opening not 
being yet ascertained. 

The prefix R. denotes that the Church it a MistUmary Bectory* 



Churehet marked f Aom ^ii registered for mmriaget under the Act of 

64-7 VTm 4f, cap 85, as per Oazette and the qifficial reports 

jn the Registrar GeneroTs Office* 

Those marked { haoe Holy Guilds attached* 

Abbreviations in Services, &c. 

y for Vespers; Benedie for Benediction; Instruct for Instruction; 
Lect for Lecture; Serm for Sermon; HDs for Holidays of objaqa-^ 
TioN ; WDs for Week Days ; Dm Dev for Days of Devotion ; Comp 
for Complin; Confrat for Qmfraternity ; Catechfor Catechism ; Bos for 
Rosary, 



MIDDLESEX. 

Population, 1,895,710. 

IncludiBg London and suburbs on the norih side of 

the Thames. 

Churches and Chapelt in London and its environs^ numerically marked; 
with a reference to the page where each stands, for facilitating the 
finding of any Church or Chapel in the DioeesSm 

1 St Mary's (PrcCathedral), Moorfields . * . 4 36 

2 St Boniface's, Great St Thomas the Apostle • • . 36 

5 St Joseph^ Bunhill-row ••••«.• 36 

4 St John the Baptist's, Hackney 86 

d SS« Mary and Michael's, Commercial-road East • • « 37 

6 St Anne's, Spicer-street, Spitalfields 37 

7 St Anselm's, Duke-street, Lincoln' s-inn-fields (Sardinian) . 37 

8 St Bridget's, Baldwin's-gardens, Gray's-inn-lanQ, Holbom • 38 

9 SS. Peter and Paul's, Upper Kosoman-street . . .38 

10 Church of the Holy Family, 146 Great Saffiron-hill • • 38 

11 St Patrick's, Sutton-street, Soho 89 

12 Church of the Assumption, Warwick-street, Golden-square 

(Bavarian) 39 

13 St James's, Spanish-place, Manchester-square (Spanish) . 39 

14 Chapel of our Lady of tiie Rosary, Winchester-row, New-road 40 

15 Church of the .^munciation, Little George- street, Kisg- 

street, Portman-square • •••... 40 

16 St Mary's, B^mney-tenace, Westminster . • . • 40 



INDEX TO CRUfttRES, ORAPELS, &C« ti 

17 Church of the Immaculate ConceptiaD, Fann-street, Berkeley- 

ftquare .40 

18 St. Mary's, Cadogan- terrace, Sloane-street, Chelsea « • 41 

19 Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (the Oratory), 

Brompton • • . 41 

20 St. Mary's, Holland-street, Kensington 41 

21 Church of the Holy Trinity, Brook-green, Hammersmith • 41 

22 Chapel (Benedictine Convent) ditto . . .42 

23 Chapel (Convent of the Good Shepherd) ditto . . . 42 

24 Chapel (St Mary's College) ditto ... 42 

25 Chapel of our Lady of Grace, Acton • • • • . 42 

26 Chapel, Tumham-green • • 42 

27 St Augustine's, Hanwell 42 

28 St. John's, Brentford 43 

29 St Maiy's, North Hyde 43 

30 Church of the Immaculate Conception and St Bridget, Isle- 

worth . , 43 

31 St Thomas of Canterbury' 8, Fulham 43 

32 SS. Helen and Mary's, Westboume-grove North, Bayswater . 43 
38 Our Lady's Church, Grove-road, St John's-wood # • .44 

34 St Joseph's Ketreat, The Hyde, Edgeware-road . • .44 

35 St Mary's, HoUy-place, Hampstead • • . « .44 

36 St Mary*s, High-«treet, Chipping Bamet • • . r 44 

37 Church of our Lady Help of Ghriatians, Fortes-place, Kentish- 

town 44 

38 St Aloysius, Clarendon-square, Somers-town . . . 44 

39 St Jolm the Evangelist's, Duncan-terrace, Islington . • 45 

40 Chapel of the Angel Guardians, 19 Cornwall-place, Holloway 45 

41 Our Lady and St. Joseph's, Tottenham-road, Kingsland . • 46 

42 SS. Mary and Joseph's, Gates-street, Poplar • . • #46 

43 St £dmund*s. Isle of Dogs, Mill-wall, Poplar ... 46 

44 St Francis de Sales' Chapel, White Hart-lane, Tottenham • 46 



Thejbliowinff Ckunrehes and Chapeb in the Dioeese o/Souihwark, 
Jrom ikeW near proximUy to London are, for greater oowse- 
nienoOi tUeo paginally referred to here. 

St George^s Cathedral, St George's-fields . \ . . .50 

St Mary's, Webb-street, Southwark 52 

Church of our Lady Star of the Sea, Greenwich . . . .57 

Church of our Lady of Dolours, Peckham 53 

Chapel of our Lady of Orphans, Norwood 53 

Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Dockhead, Bermondsey • . 51 

Chapel, Stroud Cottage, Rotherhithe 52 

Church of the Assumption, D«>tford .»,..• 66 

St Thomas of Canterbury's, Wandsworth 53 

Church of our Immaculate Lady of Victories, Clapham . . 52 

St Peter's, Mitcham o3 

St Mary Magdalene's, Mortlake 6^ 

St Klisabetb's, The Vineyard, Biehmond 53 



36 DIOCESE OF WESTMINSTER. 

1 t 5>t. Maxn% Moorfields (Pro-Catbedral). (1820.) Very 
Rev. Robert Whitty, D.D., Provost of Westminster; Raw. 
Daniel Gilbert, Patrick O'Callagban, J. L. Patterson, and 
Thomas Cabill. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 7, 8, 9, 10, and High Mass 
at 11. Catech on Sund at 3, with Benedic every 3d Sund 
of month. Baptisms at 4, and on Wed and Frid at 11 a.m. 
V, Serm and Benedic at 7. On WDs Mass at 7 J, 8, 10. 
On Thur Rosary, Serm and Benedic at 8, and on the other 
evngs of the week Ros and Nt Prayers at 8. Ist Frid of each 
month Serm and Benedic in honour of the Sacred Heart, 2d 
Frid of each month the Way of the Cross. 

The side Chapels are of the Sacred Heart and of the Holy 
Family. 

The Confessionals are attended on all days, except Mondays 
and Tuesdays, from 8 till 11 a.m., and on Wed Frid and Sat 
Evengs from 6 o'clock. 

2 t Hbt limitat^^t Great St. Thomas Apostle, Bow-lane, 
Cheapside, (German.) (1809.) Rev. Arthur D. Purcell. 

Mass on Sund at 8, and High Mass at 11, with Serm in 
German. At 7 p.m. Ros with Disc in English, and Benedic, 
On WDs Mass at 8. On Wed at 8 p.m. Benedic, and on Frid, 
at same time, the Way of the Cross. Every Wed Frid and Sat 
Evngs, and on Sund Momgs, Confessions are heard in English 
and German. 

3 t Jbt J>Mep8*0, BunhiU Row, Rev. D. Toomey. 

On Sund Mass at 8, at 9 for the children of the district, and 
at 10. High Mass at 11, with Serm. HDs Mass at 5, 8, 9, 
and 10. On WDs Mass at 8 and 8^. On Sund Catech and 
Instruct for the children at 3 p.m. Devs Serm and Benedic 
at 7 o'clock P.M. On HDs Thurs 1st Frid of month, Feasts 
of our Lady, St. Joseph^ and Guardian Angels, Dev Serm and 
Benedic at 8 p.m. Novenas of St. Joseph, Sd. Heart, and for 
the Faithful Departed. Confrat of the Sd. Heart, the Passion, 
the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the Bos, our Lady of Mt. 
Carmel, and of the Christian Doctrine. 

Confessionals attended on Wed Frid and Sat from 10 to 12 
mmg and from 6 to 1 p.m. Baptisms on Sund at 4 p.m., and 
on Wed at 10 a.m. 

4 R. t S>t. Sm tfte ISaptfet'0, Hacknbt. (1847-48.) Rev. 
John P. Kaye (Missionary Rector). 

Mass daily at 8 in summer, 9 in winter. On H Ds at 8 
and 10. On Sund at 9 and 11. On Sund at 3 p.m. catechet 
Instruct and Baptisms. On both Sund and H De seryice at 7 p.v^ 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C, S^ 

Benedic on Thnrs and Ds of Dev at 7 p.m. Confession every 
morng before Mass, on the eves of Festivals, and every Wed and 
Sat from 6 to 10 p.m. Special serv in Advent and Lent. 

N.B. The Hackney Union, Bethnal>green Workhouse, East Lon- 
don Union, German Hospital, Clapton Orphan Asylum, East India 
Company's Lunatic Asylum, and Female Refuge, Dalston-lane, are all 
within the limits of this Mission, whither all sick calls should be sent 

5 R** S^Sb. Maxu an!r ^tf^ael% Commercidlrroad East, 
(Opened 8 Dec. 1856.) Revv. William Kelly (Missionary Rec- 
tor), James Foley, James Gilligan, and Joseph M 'Sweeney. 

Mass on Sund at 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11. Catech Instruc, Serv, 
and Benedic for all the children of the parish at 3 p.m. V Serm 
and Benedic at 7. 

6 + St. ^XlXlt% Albert Place, Spicet Street, Spitalfields. 
(1855.) Served hy the Marist Fathers; Very Rev. Stephen 
Chaurain (Sup.), Revv. Joseph Ecuyer, Joseph Gantherin, John 
Crouzet, Leo Pons, Augustus Charles Leforestier, &c. 

On Sund Mass at 6, 7, 8 (with an Instruct) ; 9, 10 (with an 
Instruct), and High Mass and Serm at 11. Churchings and 
Baptisms at 3. V Serm and Benedic at 7. On H Ds Mass at 
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and High Mass at 10. V Serm and Benedic at 8. 
On W Ds Mass at 6^, 7, 1\, 8, 8^. Every Thurs at d\ a Mass is 
said in presence of the children frequenting, our various schools. 
Dev every night except Sat at 8, followed hy Solemn Benedic of 
the B S on Tuea and Thurs, and the Stations of the Cross on 
Frid. The Confessionals attended every morng from 6 to 9, and 
every evng from 6 to 10. 

Persons unahle to attend at these hours will always find one 
of the Fathers at the Monastery. 

The Fathers have likewise the direction of three large day-schools, 
attended hy ahout 600 «hildren ; besides a Sunday and night school, 
frequented by 200 children. 

There being no provision made for these schools, and the impover- 
ished state of the congr^ation rendering it impossible to support them 
without assistance, the Fathers appeal to the charity of the Faithful to 
enable them to carry on the important work of educating the poor* 
The smallest contributions will be received by the Superior. 

7 R. t Ibt. Stngelm'tf, Duke Street, LincolrCs-inn Fields. 
(Sardinian.) (1648.) Revv, W, J. O'Connor (Missionary 
Rector), Edward Price, Joseph Faa di Bruno, D.D., and John 
Doherty, 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 7, 8, 9, 10, and High Mass 
and Serm at 11. Catech Instruct and Benedic at 3. Italian 
Service at 4, V, Catech, Lect, and Benedic at 7, Mass on all 
other days at 8, 9, 10, On Wed evngs Dev, Sei-m, and Benedic 



S8 DI0CE8B OP WBSTM INtTBR. 

at 8« On Frid evngs in Advent and Lent the Way of the Cross 
at 8. Baptisms on Sund immediately after tbe High Mass ; and 
on Tues and Thur at lOJ. Churching at 10 J on Tues and Thur. 
The Confessionals attended every mrng from 8 to 11 ; and every 
Wed Frid and Sat evng from 6 to 10. On Wed during Lent, 
Comp, with Serm and Benedic at 7 o'clock. 

Confrat. of the M.H. Sacrament, of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, 
and the Immaculate Heart of Mary have heen established under 
the direction of the Rev. William O'Connor. 

The Chaplains have the spiritual direction of the central division 
of the Assoc. Cath. Charity Schools, and have also to attend Charing 
Cross and King^s College Hospitals. 



8 Sbt iStdrget'0, Baldwin's-gardens, Graves Inn-lane, Hol- 
bom. Revv. Thomas Parkinson and Bernard Fallon. 

Mass on Sund at 8, 9, 10, and High Mass at 11 ; Catech at 4» 
On HDs Mass at 7, 8, 9, and 10. V, with Serm and Benedic, 
Sund and HDs at 7. On WDs Mass at 8. Wed evngs 
Ros, Serm^ and Benedic at 8. Frid evnga Stations of the 
Cross at 8. The Scapular of our B. Lady of Mount Carmel 
given on her festivals. Confessions every evbg except Mond 
from 6 to 10. Baptisms on Sund at 1, and on W Ds (except 
Mond) after Mass. 

9 S^Sb. IPeter anlr Vaul'dj Upper Rosoman-street, ClerkenwetL 
(1847.) Revv. John Kyne and J. Zsilkay. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 7j, 9, 10, and High Mass at 11. 
Discourse at 9 and 11. Catech Instruct on Sund at 3. V, 
Serm and Benedic at 7 on Sund, and on H Ds at 8^ p.ir. 
On W Ds Mass at 7 and 9, On Thurs evngs Ros, Serm, and 
Benedic at 8.^. Confessions every momg from 9, and on 
Wed, Frid, and Sat evngs, and eves of HDs and Ds Dev from 
6 to 10. Baptisms on Sund at 1; on Tues and Thurs at 9^: 
Marriages on Sund, Tues, and Thurs at 9^. On 1st Thurs of the 
month Dev of the Conflrat of the M.H. Sacrament at 8J p.m., 
with Serm and Benedic. On 1st Mond of the month Dev of the 
Confrat of our Lady of Mt. Carmel at 8 J p.m., with Serm and 
Benedic. 

10 €Hni of m ftofe jfmiln, 146 Great Saffron HiU. 
(1854.) Revv. C. Keens and Edward Lescher« 

On Sund and H Ds Mass at 7, 8^, and 9^. High Mass at 
11. Catech and Instruct (with Benedic, on the 1st Sund of 
month) at 3 p.m. V Serm and Benedic at 7 p.m. ; on HDs at 8. 
On W Ds Mass at 7 and 8. Ros at 8 every evng for converdon 
of sinners. Confessions every day, except Mond, at 8 mrng and 



eHURCBBS) eUAFELfly ftc. 89 

at 6 evng. Baptisms and Churchings on Sund at l^ onWDs at 
9f A.M. On Tuesd evng at 8, Ros, Serm, and Benediction. 

11 R« f §bt 19atrtdf0» Sutt<m-Hreet, Soho, Very Rev. Canon 
Long (Missionary Rector), Revv. Thomas Barge and John 
Stanton. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 8 and 10. High Mass at 11. 
V, Catech, Instracc, and Benedic at 7 p.m. Mass during the 
week at 8 and 10« Benedic on Thurs at 8 p.m. Comp and a 
Discourse on Tues in Lent^ except in Holy Week, at 6. 

The Festival of St Patrick is observed in this Chapel as a double 
of the first cUss, when High Mass is celebrated, and a suitable Dis- 
course delivered. A collection, is then made for the support of the 
Chapel. The Chaplains have the spiritual direction of St Patrick^s 
Charity Schools, and attend several workhouses and hospitals. 

12 R. ft Cj^Ut(|otttieft0«ttmptton»^ani;icZr-«^r«tf<, (ro^<gfi^ 
square, (Bavarian.) Revv. Edward Heam (Missionary Rector), 
Hon. Gilbert Talbot, and W. H. Bodley. 

On Sund and H Ds Mass at 7, 8, 9, and 10. High Mass with 
Serm at 11. Catech with Ros and Benedic at 3. V with Serm 
and Benedic at 7. Daily Mass during wint months at 8, 9, 10 ; 
during sum months, after first Sund in April, at 7, 8, 10. On 
Mond, Tues, and Wed, Ros and Nt Prayers at 8^ p.m. On Thur 
Dev of Confrat of the B Sac, with Serm and Benedic at 8 p.m; 
On Frid Dev of Confrat of the Most Precious Blood, with Serm 
and Benedic at 8 .p.m. Baptisms and Churchings on Sund at 1 
p.m. ; on Tues and Frid at 10^ a.m. Confes each morng, and on 
Wed, Frid and Sat from 6 p.m. 

Besides the daj-schools for boys and girls, there are night-schools, 
under the direction of the Rev. the Clergy, for adults, male and female. 

13 R* \ Ibt. 3^xM%i Spanish-placey Manchester-square, 
(Spanish;) Very Rev. Canon Hunt (Missionary Rector), Revv. 
Francis Rhing, and James Bond. 

On Sund Mass at 7, 8, 9, and 10. High Mass at 1 1. Catech 
at 3. V at 34. Evng Service at 7. On WDs Mass at 7, 8, 
and 10. On Thur Benedic at 8. On the other evngs of the week, 
Ros and Nt Prayers at 8^. Comp on Frid, in Lent, at 7. 

The Confessionals are attended every morning (except Sund 
and Sat) from 9 to 11. On Sund morng from 7 to 10, and on 
Sat morng from 9 to 12, and from 3 to 4. On Wed, Frid, and 
Sat evenings firom 6 to 10. 

There are established in this Church Confrat of the B. Sacrament 
and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, for the conversion of sinners. 

The Chaplains have the spiritual direction of the West division of 
the Associated Catholic Charity Schools, in High->8t». Marylebone, 
and attend the workhouses and hospitals in the district 



40 DIOCESE OF VEfTMINBTEft. 

14 H^nt 1^ of tje ISoMtg* Wmehetier-rtnc, New-road. 
(1855.) Rev. W. J, Fielding. 

On Sund and H Ds Mass at 9, and High Mass at 11. Res, 
Serm and Benedic at 7. On W Ds Mass at 8. Tiies evngs Con- 
irat of the Holy Family, with Serm and Benedic at 8. Wed 
evngs Ros and Benedic at 8. Frid evngs Stations of the Crosa 
with Benedic at 8. In Lent Comp with Serm and Benedic on 
Frid at 7. Baptisms on Sund at 1; on WDs at 9. On first 
Mond of the month Mass for Members of the Altar Society at 8. 
The Confes attended every momg at 7|, and on Wed, Frid and 
Sat evngs at 6« 

15 \ Clurcj^ of tie ftnttttnctation, Little George-street, King^ 
street f Portman-tquare, (French, 1793.) Revv. Pierre Mailly, 
Joseph Toursel, Florent Vasseur. 

On Sundays and Holidays, Low Mass at 8, 9, and 10. High 
Mass at 11, with a Discourse in French. Vespers, with Bene£c 
at 3 ; after which, Catechet Instruct. Mass every other day at 
8, 9, and 11, Complin, in Lent, on Thurs at 3, with a Serm 
by the Lenten Special Preacher. 

16 Jbt. MaTti*lif Romney-terrace, Marsham^treet, WestmiM'* 
STER. (1813.) Revv. James Henry Corry, Vincent Zanetti, 
and Peter Sherlock, S.J. 

On Sund Mass at 8, 9^, and 11. Evng Serv at 7. On 
HDs Mass at 8, 9, and 10. Evng Serv at 8. On WDs Mass 
at 8 and 9. On Frid evng Serv at 7 J. 

The Confessionals attended every morning from 7^ till 9. On Wed 
Frid and Sat evngs from 6 till 10 ; also on Sat from 10 till 4. 

In this Chapel are confraternities of the Sacred Heart, of the Im« 
maculate Heart of Mary, and of Bona Mors. 

The Chaplains have to attend the Milbank Convict Prison, in which 
there is a public service for the Catholic prisoners every Sund at 3 p.m., 
and every Wed at 2| p.m. They also attend Tothill-fields House of 
Correction and Westminster Hospital, as well as the other lesser public 
hospitals in the district 

17 CfMltti of ti^ {mrnaeulate ConeqittOttt Farm-street^ Berke^ 
ley-square. Revv. FF. William Waterworth, Henry Mahon, 
Henry Segrave, and Edward T. Hood, S.J. 

On Sund and H Ds Mass at 7}, 8}, and 9|. High Mass at 11. 
On WDs Mass at 7i, 8|, and 10. V on Sund and HDs at 3jt, 
with Instruc and Benedic. On 1st Sund of the month Dev of 
the Bona Mors at 3^, instead of V. On Wed evngs Dev of the 
Stations and Benedic at 8. 

The Confessionals attended every mrng from 7 till 9i, and 
on the evngs of Wed and Sat from 2 till 5, and from 7 till 10. 



CRURCHESj CHAPELS, &Ct 41 

During Indulg Confessionals attended during the above hours 
on evngs of Wed, Frid and Sat. Confrat. of the Bona Mors, 
of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary, have been established under the direction of the Rev. 
W. Waterworth. 



18 t Chelsea, Cadogan-terrace, Sloane^sireet, St>t 0iat^*1i. 
(1812.) Revv. R. G. Macmullen, C. Batt, and Patem Miot. 

Mass daily at 8, 9, and 10. On Sund and HDs at 7i, 9, and 
10; High Mass at 11. V and Benedic at 3; Devs with Serm 
and Benedic at 7 on Sund, and on H Ds at 8. Dev and Benedic 
on Wed evng at 8. Dev. for the Confrat of the B Sacrament, 
with Serm and Benedic on Thurs evngs at 8. Comp on Wed 
and Frid in Advent and Lent at 8. Baptisms on Sund after V, 
and on Mond and Thurs after 10 o'clock Mass. Churchings on 
Mond and Thurs. at the same hour. Confessions heard every 
Boimg from 8 till 10^. On Sat and the Vigils of Feasts from 
8 to 1 ; and on Sund morng and on Wed from 7^ to 9|. On 
Frid and Sat evngs, and on all Vigils, from 7. Dec. 8, Feast of 
the Jmmac Concep, is kept as a solemn Festival, on account of 
the Confrat of the Holy and Immaculate Heart of Mary, for the 
Conversion of Sinners, established in Chelsea on that day 1841. 



19 t Brompton, Citttci ott^t Immactilate Plesrt oifSUtn. 

The Fathers of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri. Provost, Very 
Rev. F. W. Faber, D.D. 

Mass on Sund at 6|, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, High Mass with Expos 
of the B Sacrament. On WDs Mass at 6h 7, 7i, 8, 8 J, 9, 10. 

There are Sermons in the Church on the week nights, except 
Sat, at 8 ; on Sund at 7. There are also Sermons at High Mass 
and y on Sund, and occasional courses of Lectures at 4 in the 
afternoon. 

There is a Plenary Indulgence every day of the year, applic- 
able to the Dead, to be gained by visiting the Church, together 
with the usual conditions. 

20 \ KEVsivatOTUfHoUofid-street* 3itM^V^*fi* Rev. Charles 
WooUett. Mass on Sund and HDs at 8, 9, 10, and High Mass 
at 11. Evng Serv on Sund with Instruc and Benedic at 7. On 
HDs Mass at 8, 9, and 11. Evng Serv at 8 in summer and 7 in 

winter. On all Wed Evngs Serv at 8 in summer and 7 in winter. 
Mass on WDs at 8 and 9^. The Confessionals attended every 
morng from 10 to 12^ and on Frid and Sat evngs. 



21 ft Hammersmith, Brook-green, Hols Cttnitfi. Revv. 
Darnel O'Keeffe and Alfred White. Mass, &c., as on next page. 

b2 



42 DXOCESB OF W3STMI1I8TER. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 7| and 9, and Higb Mass with 
Serin at 11« V Catech Instruct and Benedio at 7 p.m. On 
W Ds at 7i ; and on Mond, Wed and Frid and on days of Dey a 
second Mass art 9. Comp and Benedic every Thur evng, and V 
and Benedic on days of Dev and on Tues evngs at 7. During 
Lent the Ros and Benedic. On Thur a Serm between Comp and 
Benedic, and on Frid evngs the Dev of the Way of the Cross at 7. 

The Confessionals attended every Wed and Sat and on the 
eves of Days of Obligation from 5 till 9, and on Sat roorngs from 
9 till 11. 

22 Hammersmith, litti^itiitft ^ETonbeitt. Rev. D. Alonso. 

23 dtuttbent at tje CSfooir Sb^tn^ttH, Rev« 

Hen. Heneage. 

24 Brook-green, it fSUttff^ Cdlleje. Rev, 

J. M. Glenie, PrindpaU 

26 f AcTOM, €^l4lry of ^rtwte. Rev. John Bonus, B.D. 
Present chapel at Tumham-green. Mass on Sund at 9 and 10|. 
V and Benedic at 6|. On HDs Mass at 10|. On WDs Mass 
at 8. The Confessional attended on Tues and Frid morngs at 11, 
On Sat evngs and the eves of H Ds at 5. Stations of the Cross 
on Frid evngs in Advent and Lent at 6* 

The large Schools of this poor mission depend entirely upon cha- 
ritable contributions for support. 

This is the poorest and most needy mission in the diocese. Ground 
(freehold) has been purchased for a Church and Schools at an expense 
of 5302., and 100/. besides has been expended to enclose it. The Fas* 
tor earnestly solicits alms both for fiie support of the mission and 
/schools in their present state, and for the commencement of the new 
buildings. He will be happy to forward any particulars respecting the 
prospects, as well as the necessities of the mission, on application* 
Donations can be paid to the aecount of Rev. John Bonus, at the 
London Joint-Stock Bank, 69 Pall Mall. 



26 TuRNHAM Green. Vide Actok. 

27 Hanweli, pt UttintsUne'tf, Cl^den Lodge. (1853.) 
Revv. John Bonus, B.D., and W. Young. 

Mass on Sund and H Ds at 9. Afhi Serv and Benedic at 3, 
Confessional attended on Sat evngs, and at other times. On 
W Ds Mass at 7. 

Attached to this small Chapel is an eligible piece of ground for a 
New Church and Schools, which the donor is most anxious to see 
erected. Bat having exhausted her own slender means in enfranchis- 
ing it and enclosing it, she can now do little mora than pray to see her 
work completed. She trusts Almighty God will inapixe some one 



CBURCHIS9, CHAPELS, &C. 43 

richer in this world's goods to come forwaid and assist her to carrj out 

her plans for God's glory and the salvation of souls. 

It may he added, that this is quite distinct from Bev. John Bonus* 
proposed Church at Acton. There is a distance of nearly four miles 
between the sites of the two future Churches* 

Donations towards the erection of St. Augustine's may be sent to 
Miss Kabnett, Clifden Lodge, Hanwell ; or to the Rev. John Bonus, 
Ivy House, Tumham-green ; or to the Very Reverend James Canon 
O'Neal, y.G., Our Lady's Church, St John's-wood* 

N»B.--*>The estimated cost of St Augustine's is under iSlOOO. 

28 Brentford, jbt JoQn'd, (1856.) Revv. John Bonus, 
B.D., and Charles Tunstall. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10|« Evne Serv at 3. The 
Gonfessi6nai attended on Sat evnes, and at otW times. 
Th6 Chapel is situated in the Market Haoe* 

29 North HYDE,'near Hounslow, J^t fSUttJSi% Rev. Henry 
Telford. Mass on Sund at 10|. The Rosary and Catechism at 
3 aftn. - .....^ 

30 R. flsh^yfORTn, Shre«ftburif*plae€» ImntOCUlfftt iKoitis 
eeyttan av^ SbU IStQr^et* Bight Rev. Monsignor Weld (Mis* 
sionary Rector). ^_^ 

31 tJ FoLHAM, Sbt €|oma» ot €toirterlttt»'fl. (1847-8.) 

Very Rev. John Morris. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 8|, and High Mass at 10). Y 
\vith Serm and Benedic at 3}. On WDs Mass at 9. On Frid 
evngs Serv of Confrat of the Precious Blood at 7j, from All 
Saints to Easter at 7. On Sat mrngs at 9 Prs for the Confrat of 
the Immac Heart of B. V.M. In Lent and Advent, Comp with 
Serm and Benedic on Tues and Frid at 7. The Confessionals 
attended on Sat morngs from 10 till 11, and from 7 in the evnc. 

There is a Flen Indulg applicable to the Holy Souls to be 
gained daily by those who, after Confession and Communion, 
mall pray in this Church for the intentions of the Pope. 

There are upwards of 2000 in this congregation, and the Schools 
are attended by more than 200 children. 

32 SbSb. ilelm att^ M9Xtl*$» Presbytery, 4 Sutherland^lace, 
Weitbourne-grove Nortk^ Bayswater, Revv. Dr. Manning and 
John Moore. 

Daily Mass at 8. Mass at 8 and 10 in Ds of Dev, and on 
Wed and Frid throughout the year. Mass on Sund and H Ds 
at 8 and 9|. High Mass at 11. V at 3. Ros, Catech, and 
Benedic at 7. Confessionals attended every momg before and 
after the Masses, and on the Wed and Sat eyngs from 6 to 10. 



44 DIOCESE OP WESTMINSTER. 

33 R* t i^t HaltS'tt Cflltrtl^t Grove-road, St, JoMs-^ood. 
(1833-36.) Very Rev. Canon O'Neal, V.G. (Missionary Rector), 
!l^evv. Mark M'Neal and James Connolly. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 8 and 9^. High Mass at 11, 
V at 3, with Benedic ; followed on Sund by Catechet Instruct. 
Evng Serv on Sund at 7, with Lect and Benedic. Comp at 7 on 
Wed in Lent. On W Ds Mass at 8, 9, and 10, The Ros, 
Night Prayers, and Benedic every Wed at 7. 

Tliere are above 200 poor children educated gratuitously in the 
Boys' Poor Schools attached to this Church, 140 of the most desti- 
tute of them are also clothed. There is also an Evening School, from 
7 to 9, for the poor boys who cannot attend at the Day School. 

34 TpE HypE, JSdgeware-road, Sbt gOiW^V^ Kettest. Very 
Rev. Father Vincept, Provincial; Very Rev. F. Aloysius, Rector; 
Revv. FF. Gaudentius, Honorius, Sebastian, Alban, Osmond, 
and Albert, 

Mass on Sund at 6, 8, and 1!1, with Serm, Catech Lect an4 
Benedic at 3|. 

This mission takes in a large district, including the Hyde, Hendon, 
Edgeware, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Sudbury, Stanmore, Bushey, Rick- 
mansworth, and St. Albans. The Father^ also attend the different 
workhouses in the district. 

A Day and Sunday School is attached to the mission. 

35 ]El. f Hampstead, HoUy-place, Sbt MatS*0. (1816.) 
Rev, John Walsh (Missionary Rector). 

36 Chipping Barnet, High-street, |bi ^Utfi'tf. Attended 
by Rev. Joseph Faa di Bruno, D.D., from Sardinian Chapel. 

37 Kentish Town, J^ortes-place, ®ViX Uolrfi ^^ W^ ^^ 
Cjrwttaufi. Rev. Robert Swift. 

On Sund Mass at 8 and 11^ Catech at 3; Baptisms and 
Churchings at 4 ; V at 7 ; followed by Serm and Benedic, On 
H Ds Mass at 6 and 9. Evng Serv at 7. Confessional attended 
on Frid and Sat evngs from 6 till 10 ; but the Pastor will attend 
the Confessional at any other hour if specially desired and sent 
for. During May, June, July, and August the Evng Serv on 
all days except Sund at 7^. Mass dauy at 8. Mond evngs 
Instruct and Prayers at 7. Wed evng Ros, Serm and Benedic 
at 7. Frid evng, Stations of the Cross at 7. 

There are separate Schools for boys and girls. 

38 t SoMERs Town, Clarendon-square, |bt 2llOiJ«t1I»*0. (1808.) 
Revv. James Bamber, Thomas Dillon, and Alexius Mills. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 7, 8, 9^, and 10; and High 



CIIU&CREB, CHAPELS, 8te, 45 

I 

Mass at II. Catech Instrue at 31 ; Benedic at 4 ; V at 7 ; fol- 
lowed by a Disc and Benedic. Mass on W Ds at 8 and 10. Ros^ 
Disc, and Benedic at 7 on Thurs evng. 

St. Aloysius^s Charity Schools, adJAcent to this Chapel, are under 
the spiritual direction of the Chaplains, Tvho also attend St. Fancras 
Workhouse. (See notice of Schools.) 



39 R. ft IsLiKOTON, Duncan-terrace, §bt Jfol^tt ti^e iS^bange^s 
Ii»l% (1841— 26th June 1843.) Very Rev. Canon Oakeley 
(Missionary Rector),, and Rev. William Dolan. 

On Sund Mass at 7, 8, 9, and 10. High Mass at 11. Catech 
and Benedic at 3. Y and Benedic at 7. Mass on W Ds at 7 
and 9. Mass on U Ds at 5, 7, apd 10, and High Mass at 1 1. Y 
and Benedic at 7}. Mass on Ds of Dev at 7, and High Mass 
at 10. Y and Benedic at 7|« Benedic with Instruct on all 
Thurs (except Holy Thurs) and on all Feasts of our Lord and 
the BYM and St. Francis of Assisi, at 8. Stations of the Cross 
(or other Devns of the Passion) on Frid at 8. Ros or other 
Devs every evng at 8. Instruct and Devs for the Confrat of 
the Holy and Immac Heart on Wed at 8 p.m. Comp on Thurs 
in Lent (except Holy Thurs) at 7^. The greater Festivals are 
kept with Novenas or Octs. Devs every evng in May for the 
Month of Marv, and every evng in Nov for the souls in purgatory. 

There are m this Church chapels of the B Sacrament, of our 
B Lady, and of St. Francis of Assisi, to the last of which the 
great Indulg of Portiuncula is attached, and may be gained at 
^ach visit made between 6 p.m. on the 1st Ausust and sunset on 
the next evng. There are Confrats of the M II Sacrament, of the 
Holy and Immac Heart of Mary, and of the Stigmata of St. 
Francis for the religious care of the dead ; also of tlie Scapular of 
Mt. Carmel and of the Seven Dolours. By a Rescript of His 
present Holiness^ a Plen Indulg can he gained once a year by 
visiting the Church any day on the usual conditions. 

The Church is open every day from 61 a.m. to 4|, and from 6 
to 9 P.M. Confessiona are heard on Wedn and Frid till 11, and 
every other day till 12 noon ; also on Wed and Frid at 7, and 
on Sat at 6 p.m. Baptisms and Churchipgs on Sund at 2; on 
'JHies and Thurs at 10]^ a»m. 

40 HoLtowAT, 19 Cormoail PlacCj Qtia'pel ot ftt flttgeltf 
iSnaxtiian, (1855.) Rev. Emeric Podolski, O.S.F. 

Mass on Sand and H Ds at 8 and 9^ ; on W Ds at 7i. Be- 
nedic on Frid, and all the greater Feasts of the Franciscan Order 
at 3. Sund and H Ds at 6. Baptisms and Churchings on Sund 
at 2. 

This is a mission in the Rectorate of St John's, Islington, and de- 
signed for the accommodation of residents in the outlying district of 



46 DioeBss ov wisTMiNms^ 

Holloway* It is in oonnectioii with the Frfmoitean Gontant of oiir 
Lady of the Angels, which adjoins the chapel. The Religious of this 
Convent undertake the poor-school, and likewise a school for the 
middle and higher ranks. 

41 f Kingslandt Tottenham^oad, Cflltrcl of <Nir ft«^ Oltll 
Sbt Jfotfeyfi'tf. (1855.) Revv. William Lockhart and William 
Henry Lewthwaite. 

On Sund Mau at 8 and 9. High Mass at 11« Catech at 3. 
y and Benedic at 7. On W Ds Mass at 7i|and 8. On HDa 
Mass at 7 and 8 ; Hiffh Mass at 11. On Da of Dev Masa at 8 
and 10. Benedic trim Ros or other Devs oh all H Db or Ds of 
Dev, and every Thurs emg at 7|. ConfessiouB on Thurs eynga 
at 8. Sat at 8 and 7 In the etng* Sund inomgs at 7^) and every 
day after the Magsei. Baptisms and Churchings on Sund at 2. 

HoxtoK. Served by the Fathers of Charity f^om Kingsland. 

Mass in the schoolroom at 9^ on all Sunds and H Ds. Roa 
and other Devs on Tues and Frid evngs at 8. Confessions on 
Tues and Frid evngs, and on Sund momgs at 9. 

48 R. f Poplar, Oaie9^treet,\UpperNortk'^reet, S^jb* tSUiti 
Otklr JlOl^l'f. O^^S*) Revv. James Hearsn^ (Missionary 
Rector), Josenh f*. Paabury, and Daniel Santry. 

On Sund Man at 7i and 9, and High Mass at 11. V at 6|, 
followed by Serm and Benedic of the B Sacrament. On H Da 
Mass at 6, 8, and 10. Benedic with a Discourse at 7 p.m. 
Mass on WDs at 8 and 9, and on Ds of Dev at 8, 9, and 10. 
Benedic of the B Sacrament every Wed evng, and on the evng of 
the 1st Sat of each nionth at 7, with Instruct. 



43 f IsLB OF JDoos, MiU WaU, Sbl mmiiii% (1846.) 
Served from Poplar. 

Mass at '9 on Sund only. 

44 t ToTTSWHAif, Chapel^laeey tfhHe HaH4aM» jj^ 
jTroncifi ire g>ale«' Chapel (1826-7.) Rev. John Hilarius Dale. 

On Sund Mass at 8 and 11 ; Catech at 3 p.m. Baptisms and 
Churchings at 4 p.m. V, Lect, and Benedic at 6^. Mass on 
WDs at 7 from April to September inclusive, and at 8 durine 
the winter months. On H Ds Mass at 8 and 11. V, Lect, and 
Benedic at 7 p.m. Thurs evngs Dev, tnstruc, and Benedic at 7t 
On Ds of Dev evng serv at 7. A Conference of the Confrat o£ 
the B Sacrament is neld on the 3d Sund of each month at 3| p.m. 

The schools attached to the mission are supported by Toluntary 
sontributions. 



OHURCHEB) CHAPEL, &C. 47 

The ^annual sennon for the siipport of this poor migsion is on th« 
jbrtt Sunday in May, the anniversary of the opening of the chapel, 

K.B; Park Station on the Eastern Goantles Batlway is within 
seven minutes* walk of the mission premises. 

HERTFORDSHIRE.— Population, 173,963. 

Hertford. Served from Old Hf^ll Green. 
. t Old Hall Green, §bt <!Knmitty0 (o( Cantediuts). Ware. Rev. 
Alfred Dolman; On Sund and H Ds Mass at 71 and 10 ; Catecb 
with Serm and Benedic at 3. On WDs Mass at 8|, and on Sat 
evng the Litany of the B Virgin is sung at 7 in summer and 6| 
in winter. There is a Cemetery attached to the chapel. 

ESSEX.— Population, 343,916. 

Romford, §^t SlrtoatlT t^t €^XlUMOf$. (Consecrated 3d May 
1856.) Rev. J. B. Colomh. 

R. X Brentwood, $i 1^t\m% (1836-37.) Rev. Joseph da 
Silva Tavares, D.D. (Missionary Rector). Mass on Sund at 9^ 
for the Catholic soldiers of the Little Warley Barracks. High 
Mass and Serm at 11. V Catech and Bened at 3 in winter, 
and 3| in summer. On WDs M^ss at 9 in winter, and 8} in 
summer. 

R. Chelmsford, ®j[iurt| oltielmmatulaUCottl^tton. (21st 
Oct. 1847.) Rev. C. P. King (Missionaiy Rector). 

f Colchester, Priory-street, |bt Jfaine0'0. (3d Dec. 1887.) 
Very Rev. Canon Shepherd. Mass on Sund at 11. Evng Serv 
at 7. On W Ds Moss at 9. On H Ds Mass at 8. 

R. t Inoatestone Hall. SbSb. ^K^estttoaUr m\i SSU^tltietrgar 
Very Rev. Canon Last (Missionary Rector). 

Neifi HaU, Chelmrford, ^isml ol % Aolf; Ibeyttl^lte Ol OttT 
ft^Otlr. Revv. F. Lythgoe and F. Brownbill. 

Stratford, JbSb. §attitfi aviti Vintmi ttt UfauVH. (1815.) 
Rev, James M^Quoin. 

f Thomdon Hall, Brentwood, Rev. S. O'CarrolL 

t Witham, Ctutct Of tje RoI» dTamtlfi. (1861.) Rev.Wm. 
Baines. On Sund moms Devs Serm and Maiss at lOj^. Aftm 
Prs and Catech at 2i. Evng Devs and Lee at 7. On WDs 
Mass at 9. 

Walthamstow, g)t iffifeotge'g. Rev. Pius Melia, D.D. 

Mass on Sund and H Ds, and on Wedn and Frids, On Sund 
Evng Serv with Benedic at 7 in summer and 3| in winter. There 
are Schools attached to this mission. 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese* 

Priests ....... 129 

[Nine of whom are at St. Edmund's College, one heing 
pastor of the Congregation of Old Hall Green.] 



4d DIOCE^e OF WESTMINSTER. 

Chiircbes and Chapels , « , « • 5(S 

Pommunities (of men) : , . . • ,5 

Passionists .... The Hyde. 
Fathers of the Oratory • . Brompton. 
The Marist Fathers . . . StAnne^s^Spicer-stjSpitalfields. 

Brothers of Poor-Sehools . . > Hammersmith. 
Brothers of Mercy . . • ) 

Convents (religious women) : • • • i 18 

Order of St Benedict . • Hammersmith, 

Order of the Good Shepherd • Hammersmith. 

Order of the Petites Soeurs • Elmgrove, Hammersmith. 

Order of the Holy Sepulchre • Newhall. 

{Isleworth. 
Somers-town. 
Hampstead. 
Tottenham. 
{Blandford-square. 
Chelsea. 
Great Ormond-street. 
Order of the Holy Child Jesus . 5 Bentinck-st, Manchester-sq. 
Order of the Ursulines . , St. Mary's, Moorfields. 
Order of St Francis (3d Order en- 1 18 Hilton- street, Lower^road, 

closed) Rev. Mother, Mrs. Law J Islington. 
Order pfthe Sisters ofour Lady of 1 10 Lower Grove, Brompton, 

Compassion • . • . J London. 
Order of the Daughters of thel 4 Yicarage-place, Kensington, 
Inunaculate Heart of Mary . J and St Mary's, Westminster. 

Schools conducted by the Christian Brothers : « • 5 

St Patrick's, Tudor-place. 

Somers-town. 

Associated, Gate-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields. 

„ High-street, Marylebone. 

St Joseph's, Chelsea, 

Charitable Institutions : 

St Mary's Orphanage, for boys, at North Hyde ; ditto, for girls, 
at Vicarage-place, Kensington. 

St. Aloysius's Orphanage, for boys, iSomers-town. 

Reformatory School, Blythe House, Brook Green. 

Home for Aged Females, Peiitet Seeurs des Pauvres, Elm Tree 
House, Hammersmith. 

House of Mercy for servants out of place, St Edward's Convent, 
Blaudford- square. 

House of Refuge for Penitents, Convent of the Good Shepherd, 
Hammersmith. 

St Elizabeth's Infirmary, served by Sisters of Mercy, Great Ormond- 
street* 



CHUSOBfiS, CttAPfeLS, &e. 49 

Chaiitable Instilutions — continued: 

Institution for First Communion, Spitalfields. 

Industrial and other Schools, ditto. 

Industrial Schools also at Westminster, Queen-square, Bloomabury, 

and Bamet. 
Almshouses at Brook Green, Chelsea, and Ingatestone. 

Catholic Literary Institutes : 

The Metropolitan Catholic Library, Bishopsgate. 
The Islington Popular Club. 
The Stratford Catholic Club. 

Churches in course of erection at Bayswater, Barnet, &c.) and 
proposed to be erected in several other places. 



PtMLico. — ^A convenient site has been obtained for a new 
church in this districti under the direction of the Rev. Dr. Man- 
ning, 



50 DIOCBSS or SOUTHWAEK* 



II. DIOCESE OF SOUTHWARK. 

Comprehendiiig Surrey, Berkshire, Ham|ishire, Kent, Sussex, the 
Islands of Wight, Cruemsey, Jersey, and the adjacent isles. 

Population, 2,338,760. 

PATRON SAINTS OP THE DIOCESE. 

Our Blessed Lady, conceived without sin, 8th Decemher. 
St. Thomas of Canterhury, B.M., 29th Decemher. 
St. Augustine, Apostle of England, B.C., 26th May. 

Right tRev. THOMAS GRANT, Bishop ; Consecrated July 6, 
1851; Residence, St. George's Church, St. George's Fields. 

Cathedral Chapter* 
Very Rev. Thomas Doyle, D.D., Proyost. 

Canons. 

Very Rev. M. A. Tiemey, Penit. Very Rev. Timothy J. Reardon. 

■ James Holdstock. — John Ringrose. 

— — - Daniel Rock, D.D. Peter ColUngridge. 

Rich. North, D.D., John Crookidl, D.D. 

Theologian. _^_ Henry Rymer. 

The limits of the various Missions are given in the Appendix of the 
Diocesan Synod of 1856. 

The pr^ R denotes that the Church is a Missionary Rectory ^ 

^ SURREY.— Population, 684,805. 

t at <5wr0e'« CatSemral, St. George's Fields. (1841-48.) 
Right Rev. Bishop Grant, Very Rev. Thomas Provost Doyle, 
D.D., Revv. Jeremiah Cotter, James Danell, and Ahh6 Bissot. 

Morning Services. 

Sundays. — 1st Mass at 6}, with a Discourse in the Irish Ian- 
guafi^e; 2d, at 7}, with a Disc; 3d, at 8}; and 4th, at 9|. 
High Mass at 11, and a Serm. 

Holidays op Obligation. — 1st Mass at 7; 2d, at 8; Sd, 
at 9 ; and 4th, at 10. High Mass at 11, and a Sermon. 

Week-Days.— 1st Mass at 8; 2d, at 9; and 3d, at 10. 

Evening Services. 
Sundays.— V Serm and Benedic at 6}. On H Ds at 7|. 
Monday. — V. of the Dead, and Discourse, the first Monday 
of the month, at 8. 

Wednesday. — Litany, Discourse, and Rosary, at 8. 
Thursday. — Litany, Discourse, and Benedic at 7}. 
Saturday. — Litany in Procession at 8. 
Friday £venings in Lent, the Stations of the Passion at 8« 



CHURCHES, CHABEL8, &C. 51 

On 1st Sat of month, Benedic after the Litany. Catech and 
Benedic at 3 on Sund; at 11 on week mornings. 

Confraternities. — Of the B Sacrament ; of the S Heart of 
Jesus ; of the Passion of our Lord ; of the Rosary of the H and 
Immaculate Heart of the B V M, for the conversion of Sinners ; 
and of the H Guild of St. George and the BY, or Confrater for 
the Dead. On Thurs morngs at 8 Mass is offered for the Confrat 
of the B Sacrament; on Frid for that of the Sacred Heart of 
Jesus; and on Sat for that of the H and Immac Heart of the 
B y M. The memhers of each Confrater assist, and there is a 
short Discourse. 

The Church is open all day for the faithful, from 6 in the 
.morning (7 in winter) till the end of the evening services, except 
on Tues evenings, when it is closed at 6. 

Mass is offered every day in the Petre Chantir for the repose 
of the soul of the late Hon. Edward Petre. This is the Jlrttfoun^ 
dation for the support of St. George's Church. 

Bequests to St. George's Church must be left trt the "Trus- 
tees of St. George's Roman Ciitholic Church, St. George's-road, 
St. George's-fiems, Southwark, in the county of Surrey." The 
debt upon the Church still presses heavily. 

R. t Bermondsey, Dochhead. Clfttttcl^ of ti^e ^O0t Kolfi Ctts 
nita, Parher*8-rwv. (1834-35^ Very Rev. Peter Canon Colling- 
ridge (Missionary Rector). Kevv. James Laws and Wm. Stone. 

Mass on Sund at 8 and 10, and High Mass at 11. V and 
Ros at 6i^. On H Ds Mass at 6, 8, and 10. In the aftm Ros at 
.d|, and at night V at 8. On days of Dev Mass at 7i, 8, and 9 ; 
and at night Ros at 8. On other days, Mass at 7} and 9. During 
Lent Compl on Wedn at 7 p.m. On all Frids Catechet Instruct 
at 7 P.M., followed by a short Service at 8. 

To this Church are attached /o»r Confraternities, viz. of the M.H. 
Sacrament, of the Rosary, of Christian Doctrine, and of the Way of 
the Cross. The Catholic population attached to this Church is beyond 
9,000. It consists entirely of labouring people, whose poverty renders 
them incapable of defraying the necessary expenses of the Church. In 
this poor congregation the Chaplains are charged with the du^ Qf 
attending four extensive workhouses ; the distressed objects of which 
look up to them not only for spiritual assistance, but also for pecuniary 
aid. In addition to a large School, conducted by the Religious of our 
Lady of Mercy, there are four other numerously- attended Schools, all 
of which entirely depend for support on the Pastors, who take this op- 
portunity of earnestly appealing to a generous public to assist them 
with the means of keeping open these Schools, and thus baffling the ma- 
lignant designs of the adversaries of truth, and rescuing the souls of 
these poor children from the danger of perversion, to which, alas ! they 
are so fearfully exposed. {Set the fmhlie journals.) Any assistance for 
the Poor or Uie Schools will be moat gratefully received by the Right 
Reverend Bishop Qrant and by the reverend Chaplains, 1 Parker's* 
row, Bennondsey. 



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52 btOCESB OP SOUTRWARX. 

RoTHERHiTHE, Stvoud Cottoffe, TrinUy-road, Served from 
Bermondsey. Mass on Sund at 10^. Aftem Serv at 3. 

A new aud very destitute mission well deserving of support* 

SouTHWARK, Webb-street. Jbt. ittat|)'0. Rev, F. Lawrence, 
O.C., and Rev. P. Fannery. On Sund Mass at 8, 9, 10, and 11. 
Catech at 3. Evng Serv at 7, with Ros, Serm and Benedic. Thurs 
Evngs at 8, Devs of the Confrat of the Precious Blood, with S^rm 
and Benedic. Ros every evng at 8. Confessions heard in Eng- 
lish and German on Frid and Sat Evngs from 6 to 10. 

St. Thomas's and Guy's Hospitals attended. 

This is one of the poorest and most destitute Missions in London, 
being exclusively composed of tiie labouring class. The present tern- 
ponry Chapel is not near large enough, and must, besides, in a short 
time be given up, and therefore a new Church is very much wanted, 
A Boys' and a Girls' School is established; but both mainly depend 
on the scanty collections of the Mission. Auy charitable donations for 
the poor, the Chapel, or the School, most thankfully received by the 
Bight Rev. Br. Grant, St. George's, St George' s^fields, or the local 
Clergy, 8 Guy-terrace, Nelson-streei Borough, 



BUBAL DCAKEBY OF ST. THOMAS OF CANTEBBUBY. 

t Clapham. <!^t Immaculate Hairs of Vit\sx\n, (Conse- 
crated Oct. 1852.) Church of the Redemptorist Fathers, Robert 
A. Coffin (Rector), John Vanderaa, Adrian Bossers, William Plun- 
kett, Edward Bridgett, Edmund Vaughan, and Francis Canoy. 

Mass on Sund at 5|, 7, 9 (with Instruct), and High Mass and 
Serm at 11, Catechetat 4 p.m. Ros, Serm, and Benedic at 6|, 
On the 1st Sund of the month there is usually the Way of the 
Cross at 6^. On the 4th Sund the Exercise for a Happy Death, 
Mass on HDs at 5|, 7, 8^ (High Mass), and 11, except on the 
Feasts of the Immac Concep, Corpus Christi, the Assump, and of 
St, Alphonsus (Aug. 2), when the High Mass is at 11. Mass on 
WDs at 5§, 7, and 8§, On Wedn evng Ros and Benedic at 7 
from 1st Oct., and at 7i"from the 1st of May. On Sat evng the 
Little Rosary of the Immac Concept and Benedic at 7. 

On 25th of each Month, Devs to the Infant Jesus, and 
Benedic at 7 p.m. in winter and 7^ hi summer. 

This Church is open daily from 5^ a.m. till %\ p.m., except 
from 12 till 2 on WDs, and from 1 till 3 on Sund. 

The Redemptorist Fathers, besides giving public Missions 
and Retreats, also receive in their house those of the Clergy or 
Laity who desire to make the Spiritual Exercises in private. 

The Confraternity of the Holy Family is established in this 
Church, The Division for Men meets in the Church every Mond 
evng at 1\ from the 1st Oct., and at 8 from the 1st of May, 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C« 53 

f CrotdoN) SttfRavp*ii daj^t (1841.) Rev. Abb6 David. 

On Sund Mass at 11, with Instruct; Catechet Instruct at 5; 
Benedic at 6. Mass on W Ds in summer at 7|, and in winter at 8, 

Claremont, Rev. Abb6 Guelle* 

Guildford. Served from Sutton Place, 

Ham, Jbt. fiAat^*fi Ct^yel, Beaufort House. Verv Rev. Jas. 
Canon Holdstock. On Sund and H Ds Mass at 10, V and Bened 
at 4, evng Dev, Oatecb, and Bened at 7. On W Ds Mass at 8« 
On Tburs Ros and Bened at 7 p.m. 

Kingstok-on-Thames, J^t Via^^atl, Rev. J. Ainsworth. j 

Manor House, Kermington Lane, Rev. F. Maurice, 

Mitch AM, Jbt. 9^tet'0. Served from Norwood. 

R. MoRTLAKE.Cj^itrci^of J^tittatsittaglraleite. (1852.) Rew, 
J. 0. Wenbam (Missionary Rector), and Charles F. Cuddon. On 
Sund Mass at 8 and 10^. V and Benedic at 4 in summer and 6 
in winter. On Tburs and Feasts evng serv at 7 or 8- Mass 
daily at 7 and 8. 

A Cemetery is attached to the Church. 

Feckham, <i^r Hall); of Jiol0ttt0. (1855-1856.) Rev. Fathers 
Emidius and Antony. 

This important Mission has assumed a new phase by the laying of tha 
foundation-stone of its Church. The charity of the Faithful is earnestly 
requested towards its erection. Contributions will be thankfully received 
by the Right Rev. Bishop Grant ; by the Rew. FF. Antony and Emidius ; 
by James Gilbert, Esq., 2 Devonshire Grove, Old Kent Road, Peckham, 
London ; and by the Very Rev. Canon North, Croom's Hill, Greenwich. 

Norwood, Coitbettt Of Ottt Hfll}^. Rew. J. B. Morel and F. 
Maillard. On Sund. Mass at 6 in summer and 6} in winter. High 
Mass and Instruct at 11. V at 2}. Benedic and Instruct at 7, 
On WDs Mass at 6 in summer and 6^ in winter. 

The Religious Ladies have opened a day school, where the children 
of the congregation are received from 9 to 4 o'clock. 

R. ft Richmond, Vineyard, Surrey, gbt ^li^aUW^, Rev. 
John B. Bagshawe. 

Roerampton, Conbent of tfie S^atx^ Keatt of Jjfedits. Right 
Rev. Dr. Morris, Bishop of Troy. 

Wandsworth, Jbt CJomatf of CartrtfrfttttS'tf. (1847.) Rev. 
Daniel Brosnan. High Mass on Sund at 11. On HDs Mass at 
J 1. Benedic on Frid at 7i p.m. On Sund at 6^. 

The Wandsworth House of Correction attended from^this Mission. 

t Suitott^Place, St. »toattr'», three miles from Guildford. 
Rev. J. P. Sidden. 

t Wbtbridqe, S>t CJarlW iSottOWeo'tf. (1835.) Rev. John 
J^cDonald. Mass on Sund at 11, and on HDs at 10. 

Reiqate, Jt |IO«rpy«, Hooley Lodge. Rev. Dr. Reinaud. 



54 0I0CB8E OV 80VTRWARK« 

BERKSHIRE.— PopulaUon, 199,154. 

BUIULL DEANSBT OF ST. SDMUNP. 

R. t Reading, Ahhey Euins, Sbt Jfame«'0 ClNttlt. (1837- 
40.) Very Rev. John Canon Ringrose (Missionary Rector). 

Abingdon, $t. IStnmtnIr'0. (1856.) Rev. Dr. J. P. O'Toole. 
Mass on Sund at lOi, with Serm. Aftn Serv, Catech, and In- 
struc at 3. On W Ds Mass at 8. 

t Buckland, Farringdon, Jt. i^tnts^fi. (1845-46.) Rev. 
Francis Gauci Azzopardi. 

t Clewer Green, Windsor^ fl^olfi 1SLnpU» Rev. Augustus 
Applegath. Mass on Sund at 11, and on WDs at 10. Aftn Serv 
at 3. 

t East Hendred, Wantage, it Jfol^ tpe Itol^fot andr Jj^t 
Slniantr'0. (13th century.) Kev. Thomas Richardson. 

Newbury, Jbt. JfO0e9)'0. Served from Woolhampton. Mass 
on Sund and HDs at 10|. Aftn Serv at 3}. On W Ds Mass at 
9. Aftn Serv at 3^ 

t Woolhampton, Newbury, |bt ^l8ts'<. (1847-48.) Rev. 
R. S. Hodgson and Very Rev. John Canon Orookall. Mass on 
Sund at 10|, and on HDs at 9. Aftn S^rv at 3|. Mass on 
WDs at 8. 

HAMPSHIRE, or SOUTHAMPTON.— Pop. 402,033. 

EtJBAL DEAin&BT OF ST. JOSEPH. 

. R. t Winchester, St. Peter's Street, |^t yetnfti* (6th Dec. 
1792.) Rev. Ignatius CoUlngridge (Missionary Rector). 

t jlrocMamp^oii,Havant, SbtJ[O0e9i$'0. (About 1756.) Rev. 
A. Ritort. On Sund and HDs Mass at 10; on WDs at 81.^ 
Afhi Serv on Sund at 3, with Ros. 

BuHon Green, Christchurch, ^t Slugutitine'll. (1812.) Rev. 
L. Byron. Mass on Sund and HD at 10. Evng Serv at 3. 
(Letters to be directed to Ringwood for Burton Green.) 

R. t GospoRT, Middle-street, pt ^an^'0. (About 1750,) 
Rev. A. M. Baldacconi, LL.D. (Missionary Rector). 

On Sund Mass at 9 and 10}. On HDs and WDs Mass at 9. 
V on Sund and HDs with Catechet Instruct and Benedic at 6. 
ftos on Mond, Wed, Frid and Sat at 7. Ros and Instruct every 
Evng in Lent at 7. 

BotUigh Grange, Botley. (1855.) 

jETtjfA&rie^^tf, Winchester, Ibt Jlotepj^ll. (About 1766.) Mass 
at 10. Rev. Joseph Alberry. 

Ltmington, The Lodge, <!httiSle00e!rlla^t?'0. (About 1802.) 
Rev. John Milner. Mass on Sund at lO}. Aftn Prayers at 3. 

R. ♦f Portsea, Sbt Jfojn'tf. Prince George-street. (About 
1793.) Rev. Henry Philips (Missionary Rector). 

Naval Chapel. Rev. W. L. WooUett. 



CHUSCRESi CHAPELS, &C. 55 

t Southampton, Bugle-street, Sbt gtmtpi^H ^ifuptt (1830.) 
ReT. R. Mount. 

Mass on WDs at 8, on Sand at 9 and 11, on HDs at 8 
and 10. Ros and Benedic on Thurs at 7. 

t Tiehbome, Alreaford, Sbt JBatgarrf 0. Rev. Eugene Rear- 
don. 

Teethoumey Tottoit. Served occasionally from Southampton. 

AiDERSHOTT Camp, Stt ffti^otV^. Very Rev. Monsignore 
Virtue and Rev. Thomas J. Unsworth* 

t Isle of Wiort, Cowes, Stt CiomaMI Of CaHtn^Ntl^'f. 
(1796.) Rev, Joseph Bower. 

R. f «-« Newport^ Jbt CfanuM ti €«ntnttir8't. 

(1791.) Rev, Thomas W. Fijer, Missionary Rector. 

On Sund Mass for the military at 9} ; High Mass at | to 11. 
Catech with English Prayers at 2. V with Nt Prayers and an 
Instruc at 6. (hi HDs High Mass at 10, and V at 6}. Mass 
on W Ds at 9 in winter, and at i to 7 during rest of the year. 
Comp on Wed evngs in Lent and Adv at 6|. The Stations of 
the Cross every Fria in Lent, and on first Frid of the month at 
7 P.M. Ros on Feasts of the B V M and on days of Dev at 7 p.m. 

'- Byde, $bt iBttci%. (1846.) Rer.John 

Telford. On Sund Mass at 8, tod High Mass at 10|. V kc. 
at 3. On HDs High Mass at 9|. V Benedic &c. at 7|. On 
WDs Mass at 9. fecial services in Lent and AdTent. 

KENT.— Population, 619,207. 
BUBAL DEAITEBT OF 8T. AUOUBXIiaB. 
AsHFORD, served from Calehill. 

It would be veiy desirable to have a Priest in this increasiDg town for 
the benefit of the Catholics who are there, or of others who may come 
to the neighbourhood. Subscriptions will be received by the Bishop, 
and by the Priest at Calehill. 

t Canterbury, ffak's-plaee, |bt l^teyi^en't atdr Jj^t C|Oina0 of 
g a i rte tt urtf , 60 Burgate^ ner. Richard Colgan. 

On Sund Mass at 8, 9, for the military, and 11. Comp Serm 
and Bened at 3 p.m. for the military, and same at 6 for the civi- 
lians. On HDs Mass at 8, and High Mass at 11. fEvng Bened. 
On WDs Mass at 7^ and 8. Every evng Ros at 7 in summer, 
.and 6 in winter. Frid evng Way of the Cross at 7. Catech on 
Tnes and Frid at 11 a.m. 

CalehiU, Charing, Jbt. J[O0e|l|'0. Rev. Dr. Loean. 

t Brompton, Chatham, it Mit^Vf^ Bev. WiUiam Morley 
and Rev. John Fegan. On Sund Mass at 8, 9 for the military, 
and 11. Comp, Serm, and Benedic at 3 for the military, and 
same at 6 for the civilians. On H Ds Mass at 8> and High Ma«i 



56 DIOCESK OP 80UTHWARK. 

at 10, On WDs Mass at 7| and 8. Eveiy evug Ros at 7 in 
snmmer and 6 in winter, Frid evng Way of the Cross, Benedic 
at same time. Catech on Tues and Frid at 1 1 a.m. 

There is felt in this mission very great need of a larger church. The 
present is totally inadequate to the needs even of the military portion of 
the congregation. The huilding is of wood, extremely wretched, and 
does not accommodate more than 350. The average numher of Catliolic 
soldiers in this garrison is alone over 1000 ; and to this we have to add 
a civilian congregation of more than 3000, mostly of the poorest class. 
Moreover, we attend four military hospitals, a military prison, a work- 
house, and a convict prison for more than 1500 inmates. The follow- 
ing, from the Bishop^s late Pastoral Letter, will serve to explain, our 
necessities : 

** When we look to the multitude of soldiers who cannot even enter 
the chapel at Chatham, and whom the utmost activity of the clergy 
cannot prepare for the Sacraments hefore they sail for the treacherous 
climate of India, we are filled vnth dismay." 

Contrihutions thankfully received hy tiie Bishop of Southwark, and 
by the local clergy, 

Chiselhdrst, ^v Vk$f^ 9j(bS. (1852,) Rev. William 
Todd, D.D. 

On Sund and Feasts of Oblig Confess and Com 7 to 10 A,if« 
Mass and Serm at 10^ 1st Sund in each month, and at 10 the 
other Sunds. Bened, preceded by V, Ros, or the Stations of the 
Cross, at 4^ p.m. Pnolic Cateon or a Serm every Sund aftn. 
Confess every momg before or after Mass, and every Sat evng 
from 6. Mass on WDs at 8, Confrat connected with this church 
»— 1. The Bona Mors, the Prs said in the aftn of 1st Sund in 
each month; 2. The Precious Blood; 3. The Immac Heart of 
Marv for the Conversion of Sinners. Masses said every Sat momg 
for the intentions of the two last Confraternities. 

t Cbayford, Sbt ^UtS'0 of tje CraSK. (1842.) Rev. 
D. Donovan. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11, and on WDs at 9. 
Evng Serv at 6|. 

Contributions to the new School and Presbytery will be thankfully 
received by the Bishop and Pastor. 

t Deal, CteJImmantlateCoitreytiim. (1842,) Military Sta« 

tion. Officiating Chaplain to the troops. Rev. Robert Simpson. 

R, Dbptford, Cttttti of t(eft00ttm9tum. (1844.) Rev, J. £« 
North (Missionary Rector). 

f Dover, Queen Elizabeth^eguare, |bt 9Attl*0. Rev. Joseph 
Savage, 

+ Gravesbhd, Milton-road, Jbt Jfo^tt tje Bhaitgeli«f«. Rev» 
Michael Driscoll, 

N.B. This mission, which begins to rise from its difficulties, will 
require much extraneous help for three or four years, when it is hoped 
it will support itself. Alms earnestly solicited for tiie establishment of 
a convent and schools. 



6flVRCHE8> CHAPELS^ &e. 57 

R. f Greenwich, Cilttrci Of out 9j(bSlbtat0ft|flbe8. (Con- 
secrated 1852.) Very Rev. Richard Canon North, D.D. (Mis- 
jiionary Rector), Rev. John Norris. Mass on Sund at 7}, 9, and 
11. y at 6, with Disc and Benedic. On WDb Mass at 9. On 
days of Dev Mcos at 8 and d« First Thurs of the month Benedic 
at 7| P.M. 

t Margate, Prospeei-place, Jbt ftttgttStint'O. (1804.) Rev, 
Thomas Costigan. 

Ramsoatb, Sbt Slu^«tttte'0. Rev. Wilfrid Alcock, O.S.B. 

On Sund and H Ds High Mass at 10. V at 3, with Benedic. 
On W Ds Mass at 8. On Thurs Benedic at 4 in winter, 6} in 
summer. 

f Skeemess, Miletown, Sbt Votttdft. (1821.) Rev. Michael 
Conway. Mass on W Ds at 9}, on Sund at 10)* Catech Instruc 
£vng Prayera with Benedic at 3. 

, Naval ChapeU Rev. Henry Lea* 

ShomcUffe, Rev. Joseph Mah6. 

TcjNBRioGB Wells, Sbt 2lll(rustil»'<. (1838.) Re w. William 
Kowe and Joseph Lazenhy. 

R. t Woolwich, Neuhtoad, Sbt '9t\tt%. (1842-43.) Rev. C. 
Coles (Missionary Rector), Mass on Sund at 8| and 11. V at 
6}. (His Holiness Pius IX. has granted a Plenary Indulgence 
in this Church on all festivals of SS. Peter and Paul.) 

Temporary chapels will be opened at Hythe and Folkestone when 
means are found to maintain a priest. A chapel has already been 
taken at Hythe, 



SUSSEX.— Population, 339,428. 
RUBAL PEANEBY OF ST. BICHABD. 

Arundel, |bt OTiltp Keri'tf . Very Rev. Mark Canon Tiemey, 
x.R.S., F.S.A. 

R. f Brighton, Upper James-street, |bt. Jfojll tje Ko^tdt't. 
(1835.) Very Rev. Timothy Canon Reardon (Missionary Rec- 
tor), Revv. H. Rjrmer and Joseph Simpson. Mass on Sund at 8, 
10, and 11 J Catech Inst and Benedic at 3 ; V, Serm, and Bene- 
dic at 7. On HDs Mass at 8, High Mass at 11, Benedic at 3, 
and V and Benedic at 7. Mass on W Ds at ^ to 8 in summer and 
8i in winter. 

Burton Park, Petworth, Sbi JfOtfept. Rev. Dr. Picquot. 

Chichester, South'Street, Sbt Hid^attr'ft. (1855.) Rev. John 
F. Wilkinson. 

Eastbourne (Barrack), Served occasionally from St. Leonard's, 

t Hastings and St« LsoNAan's, Sill j&OUfo'. Rev. John 
Bamher. 

■ ^i i " Convent, Rev* Johp Butt« 





SB .1>I00BS8 or SOVTHWAUe. 

HoiwiiAir, Jbt S^ill* Served from West Grinstead on the 
firti Monday of every month. 

MiDHvtLSTfN^rtkHigh Street. S^t;fuMi$» Rev. Peter Coop. 

Bife, Visited occasionally from St. Leonard's, 

t SMnelcn Houee, near Arundel, |bt ttttlfl^. Rev. John 
Sheehan. 

West GftiNSTBA^ 09X HUftidl %^. Rev, George Pringle* 

KUBAIi DSAHEBT OJP ST. jUTITS OF THE ISLES. 

Island of Onernsey {^^V* ^8,645), St. JPteHRC Poat, Jt 
9mtpfl 9tiit! Sbt fSUtlS!*^, (1851.) Rev. AmadeiM Guides. 

Mass on Sund and HDs in summer at 8 and 10|, in winter 
lit 9| tind ll. Catech) sammer. at 2, winter 2^, with Senn and 
Betiedie, stin^mer 7> winter 6^. Thnrs Benedic. Frid Stations 
of the Cress at 6i or 7\ Special Devs on Feastrdays, in Lent 
and Adv. Mass dally at 8 in summer, 8| in winter. Two schools 
for boys and girls. 

Island of Jettep (Pop. 67,156), St. Helier, Vanxhall- 
stieet (English chapel), J^t lprter'0. (1843.) Rev. J. McCarthy. 
(French chapel), Rev. Abb^ Morlais. 



*■.«> 



Island of jildemey (Fop. 3,333). Mission of St. Ann and 
St. Mary Magdalene. Rev. P. H. Van de Voorde. 



MGdmatticalStutUtke qfihe ZHoceeet 

Priests •..••«• 90 
Churches, Chapels, and Stations \ . . .79 

Religious House (of men) : . , . .3 

Redemptorists Clapham. 

Capuchins . • • • • Peckham* 
Christian Brothers .... Claphara. 

Convents (religioUd women) : • . • • . 9 

Order of the Sacred Heart • • Roehampton. 

Order of the Holy Child Jesus . • St. Leoaard's-on-Sea* 

Order of Our Lady of the Orphans • Norwood. 

Order of Notre Dame • « . Clapham. 



Bermondsey. 
. Brighton. 



'Kennington. 



Older oftheSisten of Mercy • 

Order of ^e Sisters of the Christian 

Retreat • . 
Dames de la Retraite * . * Jersey. 
Sisterhood of Charity • • . Greenwich, 
Order of the Daughters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, mho 
have under tbeir direetioa St. Anne's Home for ServentSk 

In course of erection : Chnreh atGosport. 

The Benedictine Nuns of Wmchester will remove, in the CottTM of 
the year 1867, to Befghelt* 



CHURCH£«, CH4PELS^ &C. 59 



III. DIOCESE OF HEXHAM. 

Cooiprehending Cumberland, Durham, Northumberland, and * 
Westmoreland.— Population, 908,&34, 

PATRON SAINTS OP THE DIOCBSB. 

8t. Cuihbert, ^tk March. 

Our Blessed Lady, conceived without sin, Sth X)ec« 

Right Rev. WILLIAM HOGARTH, Bishop. Consecrated 
Avig. 24, 1848. Translated from Samosata, Sept. 29, 1850, Re- 
sidence, Darlington. 

Very Rev. RAiiPH Platt^ Provost and Vicar-General, Stella. 

Cathedral X^HAPTER. 

Very Rev. Ralph Piatt, V.G., Very Rev. Robert Smith. 

Provost John Bamber, 

Thos. Augustine Slater. Canon Theologian. 

>• ' Jos. Brown, senior. John Gillow, 

» ■ ■ William Knight. Canon Theologian. 

Nicholas Brown, Wm. Thompson, 

Monsig. Eyre, Canon Joseph Humble. 

Penitentiary. 

If,B. Th€ pr^fiji R, denoUi thai the Church it a Missimary Rector g. - 

CUMBERLAND,— Population, 195,487. 

R. f Carlisle, Lowthoi>street,.|^t. fitUm^i tfttll fit. $OHi^i% 
Rev v. Luke. Curry and George Flint. 

CUator, S^t. iSega't, Whitehaven. Rev. W. Holden, O.S.B. 
. ' CocKERMouTU. (1856*) Rcv. Robert Orrell. 

Was opened on the 26th November. 

Maryport, Jbt. 9atr<tlt*0. (1847.) Rev. Francis Williams, 
O.S.B. 

Penrith, fit. €atfietttte*«. (1850.) Ret. John Dunderdale. 
Mass on Sund and H Ds at 101. 

fVarwkkbri^e, CaxlhU, si tllarit*1i. (1774, enlarged 1841.) 
Rev. William Ryan, O.S.B. 

t Whitehaven, Sbt 0rrgorfi'0. (L834.) Revv. Thos. M. 
Shepherd, P. Lcavy. 

f WiGTo'N, Jbt Ctttfttetffi. (1837.) Very Rev. Canott Nloho- 
las Brown. Mass on Sund at 10|. Aftn Prayers at 6. Mass on 
-HD8at7; WDsat8./ 

New Schools have been erected, and a Convent for Sisters of Mercy. 

t Workington, ibt fAi^V^* I^ev« Cuthhert Clifton, O.S.B. 
'Mass on Sund and H D« at 10, aud V aft Ci« 



W DI0CE8B or HEXHAM* 

DURHAM.— Population, 411,532. 

R. ft Durham, »t CtttJ^WtJ. (1827.) Very Rev. Robert 
Canon Smith. 

Barnard Castle, Sbt M«t1t*%, (1847.) Rev. Geo. MeyneU. 

BiHleff, Fence Houses, Durham, |bt J[O0e|li'0. (1842-43.) 
Rev. J. Swale, O.S.B. 

BisHor Auckland, Sbt Waft^f. (22d July 1845; 12th 
Oct. 1847.) Rev. Richard Smgkton. 

t BroonUf Gateshead. Rev. Francis Kearney. 

Carmel House, Convent, Darlington. Very Rev. Joseph 
Canon Brown. 

Crooke, Darlineton. Rev. S. Rooke. 

t Croxdale Heul, Durham. Rev. John Smith. 

R. t Darlington, Paradise-row, Sbt fiu^vMnt^. (1827.) 
RiG'ht Rev. the Lord Bishop, Rev. Henry WrennalL On Sund 
and HDs Mass at 10. Evng prayers at 6. Instruc at 1|. 

R. t Esh Laude, Durham. Very Rev. Canon Thompson. 
Mass at 10. Aftn serv at 3. 

The Felling, Gateshead, Sbt 9atticiC'0 Ci^ayel (1841-42.) 
Rev. John Kelly. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On HDs at 
a quarter to 9. Catech at 2 and V at 6. 

Gainford, Darlington. Rev. Thos. Witham. 

Gateshead, (&Vit ILalrs antr Sbt ^SlftiUtetr'tf. Served from St. 
Mary's Cathedral, Ground has heen purchased, and with the aid 
of the charitahle a church will he huilt. 

R. ft Hartlepool, Clurd^ of t^e Intttaculate <EConce|itiait. 

(1851.) Very Rev. William Canon Knight and Rev, Peter Hari- 
belie. On Sund Mass at 10}. Catech and Instruct at 3, JEvng 
serv at 6}. V and Benedic 1st Sund of the mouth.-— Boys' and 
Girls' Schools. 

Houohton-lk-Sprino, l^t UticlOfrt. (1837.) Rev. A* 
Watson. 

R. t HuUon Home, Castle Eden, Jb$. 9(tetr Atttr 9auI. (1825.) 
Very Rev. T. A, Canon Slater. 

SfiAHAM Harbour* A new station hetween Sunderland and 
Hartlepool, served from Sunderland. 

f Sedgefield, Ferry Hill, |bt J|fO0ep|'0. Rev. William Mark* 
land. Mass at 10 and Evng Prayers at 6, here and at Thomley, 
on alternate Sunds. 

R. t Stella, Newcastle-on-Tyne, St>t t§Uitt*% BXCti ftt QoHUUI 
fttttdtar. (1831.) Very Rev. Provost Piatt, V.G. 

l^ew Sehools have been opened. 

t Stockton-upon-Tees, Sbt tSkWCtit* (1842.) Rev. Joseph 
Cullen. 

t South Shields, *t BeJrrt. (1849.) Rev. E. Jos. Kelly. 
R. t Sunderland, Jbt jfllars% Bridge^t. (1835.) RevT. 
John Bamber, Francis Kirsopp, and J. Crolly. 



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ThorrUey, Feery Hill, ftt. <5oltt:ie*tf. 0850.) Rev, W. 
Markland. Mass at 10, and Aftn Prayers nere at 6, and at 
Sedeefield on alternate Sundays. 

l/shaw CoUege, Durham, Sbt Ctttj^ltert't. Right Rer. Monsig. 
Charles Newsham, D;D. 

t WoLsiNOHAM. (1849.^ Sbt Cl^oiitatf of CantMbittfi't. Rey. 
Thomas Wilkinson, jun. Mass on Sund and H Ds at 10|. Ada 
serv at 3. Benedic at 6^. On W Ds Mass at 8. 

NORTHUMBERLAND.— Population, 303,636. 

t Hexham, Jbt JlSatS't. Rev. Michael Singleton. 

ft Newcastle-on-Tyne, Cathedral Church of Sbt UtatHf* 
(1844.) Very Rev. Monsig. Eyre, Canon Penitentiary, Rev. W. 
Allen* Mass every mome at 8. On Sund at 8 and 9* High 
Hass at 10.45. • On HDs Mass at 8 and 10. Catech on Sund at 
3 ; Baptisms at 4 ; V and Benedic at 6^. On Thurs Benedic at 8* 

The Confessionals attended on Wed morng at 10 and on Frid 
and Sat aftns at 4^. 

CoNFRATBRNiTiES.^-The M H Rosary ; the Holy Guild of the 
BY M and St. Joseph ; the Society of the BVM and St. Eliza- 
beth for visiting the Sick ; the Association of the Sacred Heart of 
Mary for the Conversion of Sinners ; the Brotherhood of St» 
Vincent of PauL 

t NewcastlE'ON-Tynb, Stt AnlrtriD'0. (1841.) Revv. George 
Loyd Crawley, James Foran, and Thomas Smith. Mass on 
Sund at 8^, 9|, 11. Catech at 3. Baptisms at 4. V and Benedic 
at 6^. Mass on WDs at 7} and 9. Benedic Thurs evng at 8. 

Confessionals attended every morng from 8 till 9^ ; on Frid 
evng from 5 to 10, and on Sat from 1 to 3 and 5 to 10. Confrat 
of M H Rosary, and Brotherhood of St. Vincent of Paul. 

, S^t. 9atttcK*0. Served from St. An- 
drew's. Mass on Sund at 10. 

Amble. Served by Rev. J. S. Rogerson, from Longhorsley. 

t Alnwick, Sbt ^atS'0. (8th Sept. 1836.) Rev, J. Gibson. 

t Bellingkam, Hexham, ^t ^^toaOrft. (1839.) Rev. £. 
HothersalU 

t Berwick-upon-Tweed, <Nt %. ILalrs attir J^t Ctttj^lteittf, 
Ravensdown-street. (1829.) Rev. Thomas Hanegan. 

f Biddleston, Rothbury. Rev. Thomas Hogget. 

Callalg CasOe, Whittingham. Rev. T. Ord. 

ft Cheeseburn Grange^ Newcastle. Rev. Francis Trappes. 

t Cowpen, Morpeth, Jbt CuQ!(rrt'0. (1841.) Rev. James 
Burchall, O.S.B. 

EUingham, Alnwick. Vacant. 

Felton. (1856.) 

Fellon Park, Felton. Rev. Samuel Day, O.S.B. 

t Haggerstone Castle, Berwick-upon-Tweed, ^ttt llal%*0 aiU^ 
ij^t Clll)iftt0. Very Rev. Canon Humble. 



62 * DIOCESE OF HEXHAtf. 

f Longhorsley and Witton Shields, Morpeth. (1841.) Rey. 
J. S. Rogewon. 

Miniteracresj Newcastle-on-Tyne. (1834.) Rev. Joseph 
Watson. 

t Morpeth, S^t. 16to!iert*» Wf^t^, Rev. George A. Lowe, 
O.S.B. Masson Sundat 101. OnHDsat9. Aftn Prayers at 
3 during summer, and from first Sund in Adv until Easter Sund 
at 6 P.M. On days of Dev Mass at 8|, and on WD» at 8 in 
summer, and %\ in winter. 

R. t North Shields. Jjjt e«ttl!irrt*«. (1817-21.) Revv. 
Thomas Gillow and J. W. Bewick. Mass on Sund at 8} and 
lOj. On H Ds at 8 and 10. OnWDsatO. 

Seaton Delaval. a new Mission, served from Cowpen. 

Swinburne Castle^ Hexham. Rev. Peter Allanson, O.S.B. 

f Thropton Hall, Rothbury, All S^aixlW. Rev. James Hub- 
bersty. 

Wall Knojvl, St>t'^tti^*fi, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Served from 
St. Andrew's. Mass at 10 on Sund. 

Walker. A new mission will shortly be commenced here, 
half-way between Newcastle and Shields. 

WooLER, St. Ninian's Mission House. (1847.) Burnt down 
by accident. The alms of the faithful are requested for its re- 
storation. Revv. Edward Consitt, Robert Suffield, and Thomas 
Clavering _ 

WESTMORELAND.— Population, 58,380. 
DoDDiNG Greien. Vacant. - 
R. f Kendal. Revv. T. Wilkinson and James Gibson. 



RURAL DEANERIES AND DEANS. 

Vicariate op St. Mary Immaculate. 

Newcastle Gateshead Cowpen 

North Shields Stella Seaton Delaval. 

Hexham Miiisteracrea Cheeseburne- 

Swinburne Castle Bellingham Grange* 

VicAEiATB or St. Cdtbbert* 

Durham. 
Surderland-bridge Bishop Auckland Shotley Bridge 
Eah Laude Wolsingham Crooke. 



Brooms 



Very Rev. Canon Robert Smith, D^an, 



Vicariate of St. Bede. 

Sunderland Felling Sliore Houghton-Ie-Spring. 

South Shields Birtlef 

Very Rev. Philip Canon Bamber, Dean» 



VrCARlATE OF St. Hll.DA« . 

Stockton ■ Hartlepool Sedgefield-cum- 

Darlington Huttuu HouM Tliornley 

Barnard Castle . Gainford Carmel House. 

Very Eev. Thomas A, Canon Slater, Dean, 

. Vicariate ot St. Hirbert, 

CarlisU Penrith Wigton. 

liendal Warwick Bridge 

Rev. William Ryan, O.S.B.,. DMitt 

Vicariate or 8t. Gregory. 

Wh!teliaveii-cnm«Cleator Workington 

Coekermottth Maryport. 

Rev. William Holden, O.S.B., Dean. 



VlCAElAT£ OF. St. PaULINUS. 

« 

Thropton Biddleston Longhorsley 

Callaly Castle Morpeth- Felton. 

. Alnwick £l}ingham. Wooler 

^ Berwick-on-Tweed Haggerstone Castle Amble. 

Rev. Samuel Day^ Dtan, 

m 

Eeclesiattieai Staiiitics (jf ike Dioc$ie. 

PriPRfa / ^^ *^® Mission .... 61 \ l^^ 

j-riesta ^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ . . . 11 / • ^^ 

Churches and Chapels - . . , • . . ,63 

College (St. Cuthbert*s, Ushaw) 1 

Convents' (Religious Women) : 4 

Order of St Teresa, at Mount Carmel, Darltngtoo. 
OMer of the Sisters of Mercy, at Sunderland. 

Ditto ditto at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Ditto ditto atWigton. 

Charity Schools . . . . , « • •15 

One at Newcastle for hoys. School at Sunderland for girls, con* 
ducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Additional schools for boys 
and girls are much wanted in Newcastle. Boys' school in Sun* 
derland conducted by Brothers of the Presentation. 

A new Church built at Cockermouth. Opened 36th November. 
A new Church built at St Niuian's, Wooler. 
New Schools nearly completed at Stella and at Wigton, Cumberland. 
Ground purchased, and new Schools to be built at Bishop Auckland. 
Ground purchased, and a Church in course oferection at Gateshead. 
A new Convent hailt at Wigfon ibr Sisters of Merey. 



04, PIOCE0E OF BEVERLETy 

IV. DIOCESE OF BEVERLEY. 

Comprehending Yorkshire. 
Population, 1,788,767. 

PATRON SAINTS OF THE DIOCESE. 

The Blessed Virgin Mary. 

St. John of Beverley, 25th of October. 

Right Rev. JOHN BRI6GS, Bishop ; consecrated June 29, 
1833; translated from Trachis, Sept. 29, 1850. Residence, 
York. 

Very Rev. Joseph Render, Vicar-General. 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. Joseph Render, Pro- Very Rev. George Hej^onstall. 

vost. ■ Robert Thompson 

— — James Piatt. ■ John Thompson, 

— Edward Crane. Penitentiary. 

— Robert Tate, D.D., — — Richard A. Browne* 

Theologian. . Thomas Harrison* 

■ ■ ' John Walker. 



t Beverley, it, Jfo(n'0. (1846) Rev. Thomas Aloydut 
Smith. 

ft Y'oRK, Little Blake-street, Sbt W^iUtiti'li. Very Rev. 
Provost Render, V.G.; Revv. James Hostage and Joseph Geary. 
On Sund Mass at 8^ and 10|« On H Ds at 8 and 10. V at (^ 

*t. <9eotge*«. (1849-50.) Served from St. Wilfrid'^ 

. Convents Yety ReV. John Canon Thompson. 

t Aherfordf Milford Junction. Rev. Thomas Atkinson. 

AUhewj Bedale. Rev. Joseph Sherwood. 

\ Ampleforth CcUegej York, Jbt. %alDtence'0. Rev. P. M« 
Andei^on. ' 

ft Barnslbt, ItoTs CTrOMf. (1832.) Rev. H. J. Cooke. 

Balley-eum-BirstaUf Dewsbury. Rev. James Wells. 

This Mission was opened in 1853, and numbers about 600 Catholics. 
A chapel and school much wanted. 

t Bishop ThohUon; Ripley, L^eds. ' Very Rev. James Canon 
Piatt. 

t Bradford, Sbt ffUttit^%. (1825.) Verv Rev. Thomas 
Canon Harrison, Revv. Timothy O'Connell and Joseph 
M'PhiUips. 

' CaledoniaHstreet, Manchester-road, |bt. JfOtfejpt'tf. 

Served from St. Marie's. 

Drewton-street, Sbt llotnclc'tf. (Opened July 13, 1852.) 

Rew. Thomas Lvnch and Stephen Wells. 

Bramley. Rev. -— Malony. 

Brandsby'ffaUf York. Served from Ampleforth. 



C^URCHBf) CHAPELS, &e« 65 

f Srauffh HaU, CaUerick, StiU9avilinu%'%. (1834-37.) Rer. 
Walter CUfford. 

Brougliion HaU, Skipton. Rev. Andrew Barrow. 

BurgkwaUiSf Doncaster. Served from Doncaster. 

t CarUaUf Selby, S^t.4itors'0. (1841-42.) Very Rev.Georgp 
Canon Heptonstalf. 

Clare (St.) Convent, Scorton, Oatterick. Rev. R. Kellet. 

t Clifford, Tadcaster. C^lttcl Ot JM. €f^i0ar)l, Wxi^ WBiSi Cott^ 
UUW. (1841-48.) Rev. Edward L. Clifford. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10. V at 3. Mass on Feasts of 
Dev at 9, and on WDs at 8^. Devs of the 7 Mysteries of the 
Precious' Blood, on Frid at 6 p.m. Ros on Sat at 8 p.m. 

A branch of the Toung Men's Society established here. 

St. Joseph's Convent of <^ttr S^tds 0f fSUxtt in Clifford. 

f Craihome (cum Yarm). 

Dewsbury, Sbt VouUnUB^H. (1849.) Rev. Edward O'Leary. 

t Doncaster, j^t. |leter'0. (11th Sept. 1833.) Rev. Robert 
Gibson. 

Easingwold. Rev. John Dowding. 

fEgton Bridge, Grosmont, York, J^t K^tra;*0. Rev A. 
Macartney. 

t Everingham, Hayton, York, it tSLSttfl^^. (1839.) Rev. 
Heury Walker. 

The Grange, Fontefract, Cj^rr) of tj^e iott^ Heart of j|feKtt0. 
Very Rev. Robert Canon Thompson. 

. ' t Halifax, j^t fSUttl^'i, Rev. Matthew Kavanagh* 

t Hazelwood, Tadcaster, g^t IBLumavVn. (1286.) Rev«, 
Robert Tate, D.D. 

f Hedon, Hull. (1803.) Jblb- Matn «n}f j|fO0f9)*0. Rev. 
J. C. Fisher. 

Holme, Hayton, York. Rev. Thomas Cockshoot. 

t Hornby Cattle, Oatterick. Vacant. 

t^(m^A<ofi£ra2/,Brough, Yorkshire. (1829.) Rev. John Glover. 

HowDEN. Rev. Thomas Danson. 

HuDDERSFiBLD, Jbt llotriek'*. (1832.) Rev. W. Arnold. 
Mass on Sund at 8| and lOj^. V and Lect at 6i, Mass on HDa 
at 9. Benedic at 8. 

t Hull, Jarrett-st., Jbt Ciftarletf »OtTO!neo*«. (1835.) Revv. 
Michael Trappes and John Motler. 

Mass on Sund at 8}. High M&<)s at 10|, with Serm. V 
Instruct and Benedic at 6^. On WDs Mass generally at 7 
and 8 in summer, and at 8 apd 9 in winter. Instruct and 
Benedic on Thurs evngs at 7. 

t Keiohlby, §tit 8lltlt'0. (1840.) Rev. James Cullimore* 

t KUvmgton, Thirsk. Very Rev. Edward Canon Crane* 
Mass on Sund at 10§, and on HDs at 10. 

t ^MAiiEfviio', l^t 0U«ti*%.. Rev. George Gillett, 

i^2 



60 •blOCBftE of ^KVBfttCr. 

* f Lartington, Barnard Castle. Rev. Michael EUIa« 

Lawkland, Clapham, Lancaster. Rev. William Hampton. 

■\l Leeds, *t. ftmie'0. (1838.) Very Rev. Ricbard A. CanoQ 
Browne, Revv. George Brown, and — Marshall. 

• Stt M8tTi*%, Very Rev. Father Robert Cooke (Pi*ovin- 

cial), Revv. Fathers Pinet, Francis Lynch, Patrick Kirby, and 
John Gobert, O.M.J. 

•-•^ Convent of the ikftttn 0%Wn tt 0uactt imiumlate, 

lately established in the same locality as St. Mary's. 

The Sist^ers of this Community, who are occupied entirely among 
the poor, earaestly solicit donations towards the building of their Con- 
vent Schools. 

t: *t |totrwr». (1831-32.) Revv. M. O'DonneU 

and J. Kelly. 

. On Sund Mass at 7, 8|, and 1 to 11, during summer, and 
at 8, 9, and 11 in winter. On HBs at 8} and 10. On WDs 
at 8^. Exhortation at the two first, and a Sermon at the last 
Mass, on Sund. V with discourse on Sund at 6}, and on 
HDs^ at 7|. Benedic on 1st Sund of the month, and all the 
principal festivals. Confessions from 6 to 10 on Frid and Sat 
evengs and on the eves of festivals. 

t LeyburUf Bedale. Rev. Richard Bolton. 

Linton-uponrOuse, York. ^Vacant.) 
*• Malton. Rev. Thomas Middlehurst. 

t Marion, Skirlaughy, Hull. Very Rev. Robert Hogarth. 

4 ^fosftro', near RoTHERHAir, |bt.'lM0'#. (184M2.) Re9. 
William Smith. 

Middlesbro'-on-Tees, 'lbt^fUm'0. (1848.) Rev. Andrew 
Bums. ^Mass on Sund at 10^. Catech and Inatmc at 3|. V 
and Evng Serv at 6\, Mass on WDs at 8^, on HDs at lOu 
Evng Serv at Tf. 

Sfossley, Ashton-under-Lyne. ' Rev. Arthur Wilson. 
< t MyMeton Lodge, Otley. Rev. Thomas Jaokson. 

Newland Park, Wakefield. Served from Wakefield. 

Otley. mx «^'0 milT WX |bat«t<. (June 24, 1851.) Rev. 
Matthias A. Macdonnell. On Sund Mass at 10|. Catechiam 
at 2. Baptisms at 3. Evng Serv at 6|. On WDs Mats at 7| 
in summer, and at 8 in winter. 

PocKLiNQTON. Rcv. Wid. RiddcU. . " " 

t'PowTEVRACT. Rev Henry Thompson. 

t Richmond. RevVi Robert Johnson, and ThomMMeymk, 
who serves the Dales Mission. 

Richmond, Coilbent 0f OUt Ealrs Of VcO^t* 
• Rtpon. Rev. Robert Garstang. 

• f Scahborouor. (1839.) Very Rev. John Canon Walker. 
ScarthingweU Hall, Tadcaster. Rev^ Charles A. O'NeilL 
On Sund and HDa Mass at 10. On WBa at 8|. On 8i|nd 



CHtJftCBBt, CRAPBI.0, &C, 61P 

And HDs Instnict for Children and Adnltt at 9, ader whiels 
Emg SetT and Lect. 

f Selby. (1839.) Rev. John Eigby. , 

Sheffield, Jt. fiSlavit% (1846-1850.) Rcvv. William 
Fisher, Joseph Hill| and Francis Callibert. On Sund Mass at H, 
9 1, witli a Discourse, and at 11 with Serm. Catechet lostruc and 
Devs for Children at 3. V, Serm, and Benedic at 6i* On H Da 
Mass at 8, 9^, and High Maw at 11* Sfrin» V| and Benedk at 8« 
OaWDsMamatS^. 

»L Vtmni of Iteul. Rarr. Michael Bnrka, CM. 

(Suparior), llionias Plunkett, CM., Peter Diifr, CM., and John 
Meyers, C.M. The hoars of Divine Service the same as at 8t. 
Marie's. Tliis Mission was opened on the first Sunday of Advent 
1853, and placed under the care of "The Priests of the Congre- 
gation of the Mission,*' or, as they are generally called, "The 
Missionaries of St. Vincent of Paul." The extensive feniale 
Schools of this Mission are conducted by the Sisters of Notre 
Dame. A new Missiofn has been opened at Reville Grange, 
Stanington, attended by one of the Priests of the Mission. A 
i)ay,.Nigl4, and Sunday School' has been established there. 

On the Feast of the Annunciation 1856 the first stone of the new 
Churdh of St Viricent of Paul was laid in the centre of this populous 
but ppor Mission; before Chjristm%s the 1»uilding was sufficiently ad- 
vanced to admit the people to attend Mass within its walls* 'When 
benched it will accommodate a thousand persons. 

It is hoped to erect a school-chapel m the village of Staunington 
without delay. At present Mass is celebrated in tne little chapel of 
Reville Grange at. 10^ on evei^ Sunday and Holiday; afternoon Dero*^ 
tion and Instruction at 2. 

Lys Marie, Sickling Hall, Wetherbr. Revv. Fathers Joseph 
F. Arnoux, Patrick Hickey, William Bennet, Jules Bou^uillon, 
and James Ryan, O.M.J. 

t Skipton, Jbt. S^tey(en'0< (1836-42.) Rev. George Bridges, 
S.J< 

^+ Stourton, Knaresborough. Rev, J. B. Bridge, S.J, 

t Ifgihorpe, Whitby, Jbt. ann'ft. Rev. N. Rigby. 

t Wakefield, Jbt. 8luattn'0. (4th March 1828.) Revv* 
John Baron and Walter Lomax. 

+ Whitby. (1805.) Rev. George Keasley. 

t Wycliffe, Darlington. (1849.) Rev. Samuel Walshaw. 

Yarm, Rev. Patrick Lynch. 



YORKSHIRE BRETHREN'S FUND. 

This fund was established by the secular clergy of Yorkshire, in 
the year 1660. 

Its objects are: 1. To constitute a perpetual retribution fund, by 
mesas of which the benefactors may secure for themselves or for their 



6s DIOCESS OF BBVERtEY, 

friends, for the living or for the dead, the benefits of the Holy Saerifice ; 
?,. To furnish aid and support to the secular clergy of Yorkshire dur« 
ing temporary sickness, and to provide a maintenance in old age for 
those who are no longer equal to the duties of the mission. 

Its register is a memorial of Catholic piety. It bears evidence liow 
anxious the Catholics of this country have uniformly been to make 
some provision for those " who have borne the burden of the day and 
the heats" in their service ; and, at the same time, to avail themselves 
of the prayers of the Church and the sacrifice of the altar. 

Any person wishing to become a benefactor to the Brethren's Fund« 
may be informed of the advantages derivable from this institution, and 
of the condition required for participating in them, by making appUca* 
tion to any of the Yorkshire secular clergy, or to the undermentioned 
officers* 

Treasurer, Rev. John Glover, Houghton Hall, Brough, Yorkshire i 
Secretary, Rev. William Fisher, St Marie's Presbytery, Sheffield, 

Sheffield, Oct. 1856. 

^clesiastieal StatisHa of the Dioee9€. 

iM^-^o / ^^ *^® Mission • . 87 \ o,* 

raeste • | At Ampleforth College . 6/ * r . 93 

Churches and Chapels ••«•••• 75 

Religious Houses of Men ; #«••«• 3-- 

Ampleforth College. 

Lys Marie, Sickling Hall. 

Order M. I. O., Leeds. 

Convents (vi2.) : ^ •«#«••• T 

St. Mary's, Micklegate Bar, York. 
St Clare's Convent, Scorton, Catterick. 
St Joseph's Convent of our Lady of Mercy, Clifford, with 
Girls' School attached, conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 
Our Lady of Peace, Richmond. 
Sisters Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Leeds. 
Sisters of Charity of St Paul, Leedat 
Sisters of Notre Bame, Sheffield* 

Charity Schools ««•••«•• 31 



CUVECBE0, CHAPELS, &C. 69 



V. DIOCESE OF LIVERPOOL. 

CompTehending the Hundreds of West Derby, Ley land, Amoun* 

derness, Lonsdale south of the Sands, and Lonsdale north of 

the Sands, and the Isle of Man. 
Population of Lancashire, 2,063,913. Of the Isle of Man, 

52,116. The population of the above-named Hundreds not 

known. 

PATRON SAINT OP THE DIOCESE. 

Our Blessed Lady, conceived without sin, 8th December* 
Right Rev. ALEXANDER GOSS, Bishop of Liverpool ; con^ 

secrated Sept. 25, 1853. Residence, St. Edward's College, 

Everton, Liverpool. 
Very Rev. Thomas Provost Cookson, Vicar-General. 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Vety Rev. Thomas Cookson, Very Rev. John Walmsley, 
Y.G., Provost. Canon Penitentiary. 

■ John Maddocks. •_ Henry Greenhalgh, 
— — John Henry Fisher, ' Edward Kenrick. 

D.D. James Fisher, Canon 

■ Thomas Newsham, Theologian. 
Richard Hodgson. John Wallwork. 



N.B, The prefix R. denotes that the Church ie a Missionary Rectory. 

ft Liverpool, Warren-street, Copperas-hill, CotlflnrillCtltr^) 
of Jbt ^tdpoUtf. (1812.) Very Revv. Thomas Provost Cookson, 
V.G., John Canon Wallwork ; Revv. J. Joseph Bond, and Thos. 
T. Roskell, D.D. On Sund Mass at 7^, 8^, 9}, and High Mass 
at 1 1 ; V and Catech at 3 ; Rosary and Benedic at 6}.. On HDs 
Mass at 5, 71, and 9, and High Mass at 11. On Thurs Benedic 
at 1\ p.m. On WDs Mass at 1\, 8, and 9. 

^ St. Edward's College, C!ia|IET Of tje ImMtvMt 

CottC^tiOII. The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Liverpool. 
Very Rev. Canon Fisher, D.D., Revv. John Walker, Charles 
Teebay, James Ray. On Sund Mass at 7, 9, and 11 ; Vesp at 3} ; 
Ros and Bened at 6^. On WDs Mass at 7 and 8, Benedic on 
Tues and Thurs at 6 J. The Confessional will be attended every 
mom ; on Sat from 1| to 3 in the aft and at 6 in the even. 

R. ft , Park-place, *t. *atridf«. (1821-24.) Very 

Rev. Edward Canon Kennck (Missionary Rector), Revv. Pierse 
Power, Roger Arrowsmith, and Patrick Joseph Phelan, Mass on 
Sund ^t 7|, 9, 10, and High Mass at 11. Rosary, Catechism 
and Bene^c for School Children, at 3. V and Benedic at 6. 
On H Ds Mass at 5, 7, 8^, and High Mass at 10. V and Benedic 
at 7. On Wed evngs Benedic at 7, and on Sat evngs Litany 
ofBVMat7. 



76 'DIOCESB OF LIVBRPOOL, 

Liverpool, §^t Vinttnt Ot9^ul% A temporary mission, till 
a church can he 'built, has been opened in Norfolk'^treet. Revv. 
Bernard O'Reilly, Richard Seed, and Peter Holmes, who reside 
at 82 Great George-street. On Sund Mass at 7|, 8|, 10, and 
11, With Serm; Catech Instruc at 2J ; Dev of Confrat of Holy 
Family (for boys) at 3^. Baptisms at 3. Ros, Serm, and Benedic 
at 61, On HDs Mass at 5, 71, 8§, U^ ; Ros and B«nedic at 7|. 
On W Ds Mass at 7| and 8^. On Mond erng Dev of Confrat 
of Holy Family (for girls) at 7. On Frid evng Stations 6f the 
Way of the Cros? and Benedic at 7i. 

For the last fifteen years, this poor congregation has met for prayer 
o^flrst, in a miserable garret over a rag-store ; later, in an almost open 
shed, preTiously used- as a hut for the storiag of timber* During this 
length of time, week after week have they contributed their pence — 
many a time iA so doing stinting themselves in their scanty meals — to 
raise in time an edifice worthy of their holy religion. The fruit of 
these years of labour and sacrifice has been expended on the purchase 
of a sit^ for a church, to be dedicated to the service of Ood in the' 
name of the "Father of the Poor," St. Vincent of Paul, the foundations 
of which were solenmly blessed by the Bishop in April last. They are 
therefore left without a shilling to pay for the buildiog now fast in 
progress, with a debt even now pressing hard upon them, and a heavier 
debt still in prospect; unless the charitably disposed lend them a help- 
ing hand. For the love of Jesus and His Immaculate Mother, of Holy 
Joseph' and Blessed Vincent, give something, even a trifle, to help this* 
poor mission, of which the late Venerable Bishop of Liverpool wrote, 
that to his knowledge in his diocese, and to his belief in all England, 
there was not a more urgent call of charity, or one that had more press* 
ing claims upon the benevolence of Catholics* Give, ^en, a trifle to 
this poor mission, destitute alike of church and schools, and the bless- 
ing of God, which the prayers of eight thousand poor Catholics will 
merit for you, be your reward. It is hoped that the building may be 
completed and opened for public service in May or June. A table may 
supply the place of the altar, and the cast-off vestments of other churches 
may serve for the priests, unless the charity of Catholics provides better 
for the Divine worship. The smallest donation will be thankfully re- 
ceived by the Bishop, the Right Rev. Dr. Gosa, St. Edward's College, 
the Rev. B. O'Reilly, or the other Pastors, 54 Great George-street, 
Liverpool. 

•* — I M P ■ ■ | < 111 

We bear testimony to the correctness of these statements, and re- 
commend to the charity of the Faithful this earnest appeal on behalf of" 
a church as dear to us as it was to our venerated predecessor, because 
it is for God's poor, who have little to offer but their prayers towards 
the completion of this church. 

Al6xakd£R, Bishop of Liverpool. 

; f Liverpool, Edmund-street, 3^t. ^ffts'0. (1844-46.) Revv. 
James Sheridan, Thomas Almond, P, Callaghan, and B* Jolly. 

^ Mass on Sund at 7, 8, d and 10. High Mass and Serm - 
at 1 1 . Christ Doctrine and Baptisms at 3. V Difcoane and 



Benedi«.' at 6.' Ifaat on HDs al 5, 8, 9, 10, anii IL Prayers, 
Disc and Benedic at 7^. Mass on WDt at 7, 8, and 8|. Roa 
and Benedic at 7 i on Wed. 

t LiTEKPooL, Seel-ttreat, ||^t 9fter'0. (Built in 1788, and 
enlarged abont 1818.) H«vv. Thomas Bonney, Jamee Dew- 
hurst, and William Da?ey. On Sund Mass at 7, 8, 9^, and 11 ; 
Catechism at 3| ; V and Benedic at 6|. 

R.t , Scotland-road, Sbt. 2lttt5ong'0. (1833.) Very 

Rev. Thomas Canon Newshatn (Missionary Rector), Revr. F. 
Dttjardm, S. Walsh, and Thomas Walton* Mass on Sund at 7|- 
8, 9, 10, 11. 

R. ..^...^•^, Qrosvenor««treet, Jbt j|fOie|l|'0. (1846.) Rev v. 
Maurice Duggan (Miss. Rect.), Thomas Tobin, and P. M^Grath. 

Mass on Sund at 7}, 8f, 0}, and High Mass at 11; V and 
Catechet instruct at 3. Ros and Benedic at 7 p.m. On Frid 
Benedic at 7 ; on Ist Thnrs of month Benedic at 7. 

, Stt flltan'0, Athol-street, Great Howard-street. 

(1848-49.) Rev. Thomas Kelly. 

Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On HDs at 9; on WDs 
at 8}. On Sund Y Lect and Benedic at 61 ; on Frid Benedio 
at 7i» Confessionals attended every morning, and on Frid and 
^at evngs from 5 to 9. 

f ibt. 9ttgit0tine'0, Great Howard-street. Revv. C. F. 

Cook, William A. Bulbeck, and John O'Brien. 

Mass on Sund 7i, 81, and 9|. High Mass and Senn at Ilr 
Catech 2|. Baptisms 3. Comp Serm and Benedic &. On 
WDs Mass at 7 and 8^. Confess attended every morning from 
7i until 9. On Frid and Sat evenings from 5 J. 

> Ro^S CrO0«. Fathers Charles Jolivet, Edward 

Bradshaw, Peter Dutertre, and James Gubbins. 

— ' , Cemetery, Edge-hill, Jfct. Sltttte'i. (1843-46.) 

Revv. William O'Sullivan, J. B. Caldwell, and James B. Duck. 

• , Conbent of tje S>wterfl of Mercs, dedicated to S£., 

EtheU)ur0e, Mount Vernon-street. (1842,) Rev. John Canon 
Walmsley. 

- : , Salisbury-street, Ibt. if rantfe XaWer'0. (1846-49.) 

Revv. Richard Sumner, Richard O'CarroU^ Ignatius Grant, and 
William Corry. 

• , Catholic Institute, ij^ators of |^t. Vbdip Keri. 

Revv. James Nugent, Henry Gibson, and Peter Laverty. On 
WDs Mass at 8i. On Sund at 9 and 11. Evng Serv on 
Snnd.. Prs. of Confr. of the M. P. Blood, Serm and Benedic at 
61. Wedn Prs. and Benedic at 8 ; Frid (he Way of the Cross, 
and Benedic at 8. Rosary every evng at 9. The Confessionals 
attended on Sat mrngs from 10 to 12, and on Frid and Sat evngs 
from 5 to 9. 

■ ■ — , Prison^and Industrial Schools, Rev. Rich. Doyle. 

— , Public Institutions, 46 Moon-street, Rev. J. Fleet-* 

wood. 



72 ^lOCBSB or IiITBRPOOU 

t Liverpool, <^t9^U»s otlUaitieCIiartJoit, Black Stock-street^ 
Revv. Richard Vandepitte and John O'Meara. 

Mass on Sand at 7, 8^, 9^t and 11^. Catech Instruct and 
Bened for the children at 2. Baptisms at 3^. Bened and Serm 
at 6| On HDs Mass at 5, 7» 7}, and 9^. Bened and Serm 
at 71* On WDs Mass at 7 and 8* Ros every evng at 7^, and 
Bened on Tues and Thurs at 7|. Way of the Cross on Frid 
eyngs at 7i. 

This mission, commonly called '* Black Stock-street Mission/*^ 
almost exclusively composed of the labouring Irish, was founded by 
the late Right Rev. Br. Brown, in 1853, and has been placed under 
the patronage of Our Lady of Reconciliation of La Salette* The dis- 
trict consists of a large number of the populous streets, situated between 
Vauxhall-road and Scotland-road. Its Catholic population is beyond 
12,000* The priest of this very poor mission appeals with confidence 
to the sympathy of the Catholic public, to assist him in providing 
church-space for the very numerous congregation who reside in this 
district, for whom the accommodation is altogether too small. Dona- 
tions will be thankfully receiTcd, and gratefully acknowledgped, by the 
Right Rev. Dr. Goss, Bishop of the Diocese, St Edward's College, 
Everton ; the Very Rev. Provost Cookson, V.G., St Nicholas', Cop- 
peras Hill ; and by the Rev, Richard Vandepitte, 6 Juvenal-street, 
LiverpooL 

R. tXanca«^«r,Dalton-8quare. (1798.) Rew» Richard Brown 
(Missionary Rector) and Henry Cooke. 

Aiffburth, Livexpool, Jbt 2IU0ttn'0. (1840.) Rev. Richard 
Prest. 

f Alston Lane, Preston. Rev. Henry Sharpies. 

f AppUton^ Warrington, J^t. Kc^e't. (Mission established 
nbout 1760. 1847-60.) Rev. George Fisher. 

Mass on Sund at 8 and 10§, on HDs at 10; Comp and 
Benedic at 3. Mass on WDs at 8. 

t Ashiori'le' WiUawSy Warrington, jjbi <!^toan^0. Rev. Henry 
Newsham. 

t Aughton^ Ormskirk, |bt. ^Sarfi'0. Rev. Edmund Power. 

t Bedford Leigh, Manchester, J^t JIO0(p)'0« Rev. John 
Middlehurst. 

t BirchUv, Billinge, Wigan. Rev. John Hardman. 

Bishop Eton, Liverpool. ^WC Ha^lg Of t(e SlnnunctotlOlt. 
Served by the Redemptorist Fathers, J. B. Lans, Leo Vander* 
stichele, John Furniss, John Gibson, Henry Bruining, and John 
Stevens. 

Mass daily at 7|, on days of Dev at 7i ; and on Sand and 
HDs at 7| and 10}, with Serm. Evng Serv on Sats Feasts of 
Dev and HDs at 7. On Sund at 6}. First Sund of month 
Way of the Cross at 6 f.m; on 4th Sund Preparation for 
Death at 6, Every 26th of month, Dev to Little Infant Jesus, 
if week day at 7, and if a Sund at 6. 

This Chapel is not intended to be a Parochial Chapel ; hence the> 



CHURCBEt, CHAPELf, &C« 73 

Fathers do not baptise children, or assist at marriages and funerals, 
except in cases of necessity ; but they are always ready to hear confes* 
sions, Tisit the sick, a^inister the sacraments, preach, and instruct 
The imncipal vocation of the Fathers is to give Retreats in public and 
in their own Convent. 

Blackpool. Rev. Geo. Bampton, S.J. 

R. t BlaclebrooJc, St. Helen's. ISIe00e)r 4Satfi Inrauuitlate. 

(1844-45.) Rev. John Flynn (Missionary Rector). On Sund 
Mass at 10. V Benedic and Catech at 3 in summer and 2\ in 
winter. On Ist Sund of the month and the greater Festivals 
Missa Cantata, On HDs Mass at 9, Ros Benedic and Instruct 
at 7 P.M. On WPs Mass at 8 in summer and 8§ in winter. The 
Way of the Cross on 2d Sund of the month and Frid in Lent. 

f Bootle, Liverpool, Jbt. Jlamn('0. (1846.) Rev. Thomas 
Spencer. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. Catechet Instruc at 2^, 
and Ros and Benedic at 7 in summer and 6 in winter. 

t BrindUf Preston, |bt. j|fO0f9|'0. Rev. Joseph Smith. 

R t Burtcough Hall, Ormskirk, J^t. Jlofin'tf. Very Rev, Rich. 
Canon Hodgson (Missionary Rector). 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10; Afternoon Prayers at 3 in 
summer, and 2) in winter. Mass on WDs at 8}. 

Chorlet. (1847.) Rev. John Doherty. Mass daily at 8 ; 
on Sund at 8} and 10^, and Serm, Baptisms at 1}. Catech at 
3. On HDs Mass at i5 and 10. On Thurs Instruc, Ros, and 
Benedic at 7i. On Sund, Ros, Serm, and Benedic at 6^. Ist 
Sund of the month Way of the Cross and Benedic at 6|. Confess 
attended every morng, and on Thurs Frid and Sat evngs. 

R. t Claughton, Garstang, J^t. C)oma0'0» Revv. Henry Grad- 
well (Missionary Rector) and Robert Gradwell. 

ft Clayton Green, Cnorley, J^t. Bc^e'tf. Rev. J. Dowding, jun, 

R. t Cottam, Preston, ^t, 1BlxCSsttW%f Slyoflitle. Very Rev, 
Geoige Corless, D.D. (Missionary Rector). 

t Croft, Warrington, |^. ILetoift'0. (29th May 1827.) Rev. 
Thomas Gibson. 

t EuxUm ffaUy Chorley, Sbt ^fUts'0. (1730.) Rev. John 
Worthy. On Sund and HDs Mass at 10 ,* aftn Prs at 2^ ; on 
most HDs at 7^. On WDs Mass in summer at 8, in winter at 8|. 

R. t FemyhalgK Preston, Sst M«Ctt'%* Very Rev. Richard 
Gillow (Missionary Rector). 

Flebtwood-on-Wyrs, J^t 0lattt*1i» (1841.) Rev. John Ayl- 
ward. 

R. Formby, Liverpool, C)ttr() Of t)( B.V.^It Itev. T» 
Crowe (Missionary Rector). 

t Garstano. (1784.) Rev. Michael Hickey. 

Garswood, Warrington. Domestic Chaplain to Sir Robert 
Gerard, Rev. John Penswick. 

t Gi2^0M, Liverpool, abt S^lDtt)ttt'0. (About 1820.) Rev* 
Edward Morron. 



74 DiocEss or ltverpool. 

Goosenarghf Preston, $1 ;(f rSttcCs'il. Rev. E. Dinmore. 

. t Great Crosby, Liverpool, J^i>. Vetet fttttr ftourtt. (1826.) 
Very Rev. James Canon f'isher. On Sund Mate at 8 and 10« 
Ros and Catech Instruc at 2|. V and Benedic at 6|. On UDa 
Mass at 8 and 10. Ros and Benedic at 7. 

i Great EccleHon,G&ntskns. (1835.) Rev. W. S. Haddocks. 

t Hindle^, Wigan, Jbt Vm^tcftt. Rev. William CorleCt. 

Hornby, Lancaster. Rer. Geo. Gibson. 

HuYTO.v. Served by the Very Rev. John Canon Walmslejr, 
On Sund Mass at 10}. V and Catech Instruc at 2} J 

Ince BlundeU, Liverpool. Verv Rev. Peter Greeoough, Proy, 
Ebor, O.S.B. 

Letty Preston. Rev, Charles Walker. 

Ztfy/flTirf, Preston. (1846.) Rev. E. G. Lynaas. 

t Little Crosby, Liverpool, ^t. ;0lai:S'fl. (1845, 8 th Sept. 
1847.)' Rev. George Caldwell, O.S.B. 

t Lydiate, Maghull, Liverpool, H^VX %^*% Cfturct. Rev, 
Thomas Speak man. 

R. t Lytham, Preston, Jbt. Jetrt'J. (1839.) Rev. J. Walmsley 
(Missionary Rector). 

Mawdesley, Ormskirk, j^t. 9^nt'0. (1831.) Rev. J. Dawber. 
Mass on Sund and HDs at 10. Aftern Serv with Catech at 2^. 

t Netherton, Liverpool, Jftt. ^nuV%. (1793.) Rev. A. 
^bram. 

News/iam, Preston. Rev. R. Gillow. 

^ R. 0/<; ^on, Liverpool, Ibt 4Nta>aQl'0. (1842.) Very Rev. 
John Canon Maddocks (Missionary Rector), and R«v. lliomaa 
Bennett. Mass daily at 7 and 9. On Sund at 7^, 8^, and Hig^h 
Mass at 11. Ros and Benedic at 3« Baptisms and Catech at 4. 
Comp Instruct and Benedic at 6|. On HDs Mass at 5, 7, and 9, 
Ros and Benedic at 7. Every Thurs evng Ros and Benedic at 7 
in winter, and 7i in summer, 

f Ormskirk, Jj^t iQ§MlJt%. Rev. James Hilary Dowding, 
sen.^ and Christopher Shann. 

Orrell, Wigan, J^t Jamei'0. Rev. Thomas Adamson. 

i Portico, Prescott, g^t Ntt|ola0'0. Rev. William Cotbam, 

R. Poulton-inrthe-Fylde, Preston. (1813.) Rev. P. OrreU 
(Missionary Rector). Man on Sund and HDs at 10. 

t Preston, J^t ?l®lWrilr>. Chapel-st. (Originally in 1793 
-^rebnilt 1 843 ; Lady-Chapel in 1 844.) Rerv. James Etberidge, 
John Gosford, and Joseph Walmsley. 



, Sft. iKars'tf. Friargate. (1761— rebuilt in 1856.) 

Served from St. Wilfrid's. 

t , S>t. l0nfltitttf% Meadow-street. (May 27, 1833; 

May 5, 1836.) Rev v. Richard Cooper, George W. Clifford, and 
Richard Corr. 



• R. f t Pre«toh, St. AugustineVplace, frt 0tiai(<(t<tte'0, Ap. of 
England. (1888-40.) Revv. Ed. Swarbrick, William Walker, 
and Roger Taylor. 

, §bt lBaI1blirge*«. (Whit-Monday, 1850— Aug. 3, 

1854.) Revv. Thomas Weston and Thomas Williams. 

t Rainhill, Prescot, ' S^t UartJoIOBWto'B. (1838-40.) Rev. 
T. Kiernau. Mast at 10^. Y at 3 in summer, 4ind 2| in 
winter, 

Jlixton, Warrington, §t>t fSiitiatVu. (1831.) Rev. P. Dunn. 

Scarithrick Hall, Ormskirk, S^t. fSL8X^*%, Rev. R. Hoole. 

t Schokt, Wigan, Sit. *atrtclt'S. (1847.) Rev. Hugh N. 
M'Cormick. Mass* on Sund at 9 and 11. V and Benedic at 
6^ On HDs Mass at 10. 

R.- ScortoHj near Garstang. Rev. Robert Turpin (Mission- 
ary Rector). 

t Singleton, Kirkham. Sund at 10. 

t South Hill, Chorlev. S»t. C8al>*«. Rev. James Berry. 

• R. t SouTHPORT, Ibt Warg*«. (1840.) Very Rev. James 
Abraham (Missionary Rector). Mass on Sund at 8 and 10|. 

V Catech and Benedic at 3. . 

Standish Hall, Wigan. Rev. Richard Tyrer. 

t St. Helen's, Lowe House. (1793.) Revv. Thomas Ulla- 
thorne, Edmund Costelio, and Francis Laing. 

Sutton, S^t 9nne'0, St. Helen's. Very Revv. F. Bernardine 
(Rector), FF. Ignatius, Charles, and Alban. Mass on Sund and 
HDs at 6, 8, and 10^, with Senh Catech Leet and Benedic at 3. 
On WDs 1st Mass at 6. 

t Thumham, Lancaster, J^J^. Cjotnafl atllT Bli?albeti5*0. (1847- 
48.) Rev. WillianrBall. 

Thurriham Hall, Lancaster^ Domestic Chaplain to Miss Dal- 
ton, Rev. James Shepherd. 

t Ulvbrstok, Fountain-street, J^t iilars'0. (1823.) Rev. B. 
Jarrett. 

. t WarrimotoiIj Bewsey-street, Jbt. 9Iiait'0. (1823.) Revv. 
John Hall and James Poole. 

R. t Weld Bank, C\\or\ey, S:,X. etnm*i. (1774-1813.) Very 
Rev. Henry Canon Greenhalgh (Missionary Rector). Mass on 
Sund at 10|. Catech and V at 3. On HDs Mass at 10. Benedic 
at 7\. 

f Wigan, Standish Gate, S>t Jlo5tt*0. (1819.) * Revv. 
Thomas Seed and Thomas Selby. 
' ft -, S>t. ittait'tf. (1818.) Rev. William Wells. 

t Willows, Kirkham, g>t. Jfoi^n'0. Revv. James Swnrbrick 
and Frederick Hines. On Sund and HDs Mass at 8 and \Q\, 

V Catech Tnstruft and Benedio at 2|. Thurs Benedic and Leet 
at 7 p»H. 

f l^oo^on, Warrington, jlM.|letfr0. (1884.) Rev^ J. Csrter. 
M«M on Snod and HDs at 9. Aftn Serv at 3i. 



76 DIOCEIB or LIVEftFOOL^ 

Wooltw^Mueh, Liverpool, Jbt Betttuf ffr |lrilltfi« Very Rer* 
R» P. Burchall, D.D., Pres Gen O.S.B., and Charles Kershaw. 
Wrightington Hall^ Wigan. Rev. Thos, Margison, • 
Yetdand^ Lancaster. Rev. William Henderson* 

ISLE OF MAN* 

Dougloi^ Revv. James Carr, jun., and John Hawksworth. 
Ciutieton. Served from Douglas every Sunday. 

DEANERIES. 

Deanery of St. Thomas. 

St. Nicholas's, the Pro- St. Patrick's. St, Peter's, 

cathedral* St. Vincent of PauVs. St. Anne's. 

St. Joseph's. llie Oratory of St* Old Swan* 

St Francis Xavier's. Philip. Bishop-Eton* 

Woolton-Much* Aighurth. 

Very Rev. John Canon Walmsley, Deam^ 

Deanery of St. Edward. 

Seminary of St. Ed- Gillmoss. Castleton. 

ward. St Anthony's. St. Mary's. 

Holy Cross* St. Alhan's* St. Augustine^ 

Bootle. Formhy. Great Crosby. 

Little Crosby. Douglas. 

Very Rev. John Henry Canon Fisher, D.D., Dean* 

Deanery of St. Charles. 

Lancaster* Claughton* Hombv* 

Garstang. Scorton. Thurnham* 

Goosenargb. Great Eccleston. New House. 

Yealand. Ulverston. 

Very Rev. Richard Brown, Dean, 

Deanery op St. Auoustine. 

Preston. Fleetwood. Poulton. 

Willows, Kirkbam* Singleton. Lytbam. 

Cottam, Fernyhalgb. Alston Lane. 

Lea. Brindle. South Hill. 

Very Rev. Richard Gillow, Dean* 

Deanery of St. Oswald* 
Mawdsley* Burscougb. Ormskirk. 

Lydiate. Augbton* Scarisbrick. 

Sonthport. Netherton. InceBlundeU. 

Very Rev. Richard Canon Hodgson, Dean, 



COMVBNTfi KHOOLS, &C« 77 

Deanery of St. GRfiaoET. 

Wigaxi. Scholes. Standisli. 

Weld Bank. Chorley. Euxton. 

Wrightington. Leyland. Orrell. 

Hindley. Clayton Green. 

Very Rev. Henry Canon GreenLalghj Dean, 

Deanery of St. Beds. 
Appleton. St. Helen's. Portico. 

Rainhill. Ashton-in-Willow8» Birchley* 

Warrington. Rixton. Woolston. 

Croft Blackbrook. Bedford Leigh. 

Sutton. Rev. George Fbher, Dean. 

Eecletuuiical Slatistic* of the Dtoeese* 

(At St. Edward's College • « 4 

On the Mission , ... 145 

In Communities .... 13 

Retired from infirmity • • • 4 

166 
Churches and Chapels ••••••• 94 

College, viz. St. Edward's, Everton. 

Religious Houses (of men) :.••«•• 2 
Passionists, Sutton, St Helen's; and Redemptorists, Bishop Eton. 

Convents of Religious Women, viz. : • • • • 12 
Sisters of Mercy at Liverpool, St Oswald's, and Lancaster. 
Faithful Companions of Jesus, Liverpool. 

Sisters of Notre Dame at Mount Pleasant and the Girls' Orphan- 
age, Liverpool ; and Wigan. 
Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus at Liveipool and Preston. 
Sisters of Charity of St Paul at Rainhill and Appleton. 
Sisters of the Holy Family at Sutton and Blaekbiook. 

Poor-Schools conducted by Religious, viz. : 

Boys' Schools, by Brothers of the Christian Doctrine : St Patrick's, 

St Nicholas', St Peter's, St Vincent of Paul's, St Mary's, 

Liverpool ; St Augustine's, Preston. 
Girls' Schools, by Sisters of Mercy: St Thomas's, St Francis 

Xavier's, Holy Cross, Liverpool; St Oswald's, Old Swan; St. 

Walburga's, Lancaster. 
By the FaiUiful Companions of Jesus : St Patrick*s, Liverpool. 
By the Sisters of Notre Dame : St NichoUs*, St Mary's, St Peter*s, 

St Anne's, St Anthony's, Liverpool ; St John's, Wigan ; Lowe 

House, St Helen's. 
By Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus: St Ignatius', StWilfrid%Preston. 
By Sisters of the Holy Family: St Anne's, Sutton; St Helen's, 

Blackbrook. 
By Sisters of Charity of St Paul : St Bartholomew^ Rainhill j St 

Bede^Sy Appleton. 



78 LIVERPOOL CATIIOi.10 BLIND ^SYLUM. 

Charitable Institu tioDs : 

Traming School for Mistresses, under Sitters of Notre DamCj Mpnat 

Pleasant, Liverpool. 
Girls' Orphanage, under Sisters of Notre Dame, Falkner Street, 

Liverpool. 
Boys' Orphanage, Everton Crescent 
House of Mercy for tServaUts otCt of Place, under the Sisters of 

Mercy, Mount Vernon, Liveq)©©!. 
St. Elizabeth's InAltute and Asylum for the Training of Poor Girla 

ofgood character as Servants. 
St. George's Industrial Schools for the Teaching of the Lace Ma- 

irafaeture to Destitute Children* 
. ' Aaylum for the Blind. 
» _ . ' • 

April 8. The foundation-stone of the new church of St. Vincent of 
Paul, was solemnly blessed by the Kight Rev. Dr. Ooss, Bishop of 
Liverpool. . 

* Jtme 12^ Foundation-stone of a new church at Croston Hall, the 
teat of Kandolphu^ de Trafford, Ksq., waa solemnly blessed by the Right 
Rev. Dr. Gqss. . . 

June 16. Foundation 'Stone of a new church at Ince Blundell, the 
■eat of Thomas Weld Blundell, Esq., was solemnly blessed by the Right 
Rev. Dr. Goss. 

Sep f ember 1. 'The Toundation-slone of a new church at Alstone 
Lane solemnly blessed by the Right Rev, Dr. Goss. 

The foundatidn-storte of a new "church was blessed by the Father 
Provincial of the Society of Jestts, at Blackpool, by licence of the 
Bishop of Uverpool, on.the Feast of the Saered Heart, 1866. 

Also, at Preacoi, the foundation-stone of a new ohurch waa blessed 
in July, by permission of the Bishop, by the Rev. R. Sumner. 

A tieir mission waa opened at Huyton on the 14th of September 
last. 

CATHOLIC BLIND A SYLUM, 

20 St. Anne-steest, Literpool* 

• ■ This Institution was established in 1841, by the exertions of a few 
zealous Catholics, imder the patronage of the Right Eev« Dr. Brown, 
the late Bishop of Liverpool, and was presided over by the late la- 
mented Dr. Youensy -up to the time of his death. It has ainee re- 
ceived the cordial approval of bis Holiness the Pope, who, to mark 
his earnest desire for its success, has bestowed upon it his Pontifical 
benediction. 

Under such distinguished auspices, as might be anticipated^ it has 

continued to realise the purposes for which it was founded. Deniands 

for admission have been so great, that the Committee, a few years ago, 

were compelled to engage a iarger houae^ with more ample aeeom- 

' modation. 

Its ObfecU, 
XhaiuranQotaM Imam t!^ tp prcRef^ )h« ^o<r Uind t^m danger 
bo£h as to body and soul ; to train them np.raiigWMljri aiid^to teach 



LIVSftfOOL CATHOLIC BLIND ASYLUM* 79 

4hem some tirade adapted to tfaeir capacity ; whereby thcar can here- 

jifter, if they so wish it, wholly or partially provide for their own suh*- 

sistence. 

, Its Retourcti qf Mainttnance, 

It has no other available means of support than *. 

1. The scanty and inadequate pensions of the pupils, 8. The sale of 
work executed in the school, which does little more than meet the cost 
vf the raw ma|erial. 8. Occasional musical entertainmenta ^iven by 
them to the public. 4. A list of subscriptions and donations, princi- 
pally confined to the Catholics of Liverpool. 

Its Claim$ upon the Public, 

Assuredly a School and an Asylum for the Bliud have the highest 
claims upon Catholic charity, independently of the peculiarly distress- 
ing privation to which the inscnitaDle dispensations of a merciful Pro- 
vidence have subjected them, m the fact that it is the only establishment 
of the sort belonging to Catholics in the United Kingdom. The in- 
mates at the present time, male and female, number about thirty; col- 
lected together from the remotest localities in England and Ireland. 

The following particulars may be useful and interesting to the 
public : . 

RuLE^ and Eeoulations for the government of the Catholic Blind 
Asylum, establtshed in Liverpool, a.d. 1841. 

I. This Institution is under the patronage of the Blessed Virgin 
Mary and St. Joseph, and is called the " Catholic Blind Asylum," 
its objects being to afford to the Catholic Blind an elementary educa- 
tion, and instruction in those branches of industry which shall be found 
suitable to each pupil's capacity ; and to bring them up* in the prin- 
ciples of their religion. 

II. The property ot the Institution shall be invested In five Trus- 
tees, namely, three Clergymen and two Lay Gentlemen of the Town ; 
and the formation of rules and the government of the Institution shall be 
confided to a Committee, consisting of the Catholic Clergy of Liver- 
pool, of all Governors for Life, and of a President, Vice-President, 
Treasurer, Secretary, two Auditors, and six Gentlemen, to be elected 
at the Annual Meeting of the Subscribers. 

III. The Committee shall hold Monthly Meetings to transact the 
■ ordinary business of the Institution, and the Presi£mt shall be em- 

])0Wered to call Spseial Meetings as often as he shall deem it neces- 
sary. 

IV. A donation of Ten Guineas shall constitute a Governor for 
IA&9 and any Clergyman who shall make a Collection for the Institu- 
tion of Ten Guineas or more shall be a Governor for Life. 

V. A Subscription of a Sovereign or more, per year^ shall entitle 
the Subscriber to a vote at the Annual Meeting.. . ,,^^ 

VI. All applications lor admission shall be laid before the Com- 
mittee» |it their first meeting after the applicants' names have been 
written in the Minute-book of the Secretary. The Committee shaJl 
ftdmSt or r^ect suoh applicants at their discretion. 

VIL The Committee shall have the appointm«»t.of aU the O^lcers 
and Servants of the Asylum. . . 



80 lIVIftFOOL CATHOLIC BLIND AStLVIC. 

VIII. The inmates will be required, under penalty of dismissal by 
tbe Committeei to obey the Rules and Reguktions of the Institu- 
tion. 

IX. Applicants must be ten years of aee; they must produce a 
testimonial of good moral character, as also a certificate of health 
signed by a medical gentleman, and a register of baptism. 

N.B. Applicants subject to fits are inadmissible. 

X. Evei7 applicant must be recommended by a Subscriber, snd 
have a sufficient guarantee for the payment of the pension required, 
and must be provided with the following articles of clothing : 

MALES. 

4 Shirts, 4 pair Stockings, 2 Waistcoats, 

4 Neckerchiefs, 2 Bodycoats, 2 pair Shoes, 

3 Handkerchiefs, 1 Greatcoat, 2 Hats or Caps. 
2 Night Caps, 2 pair Trowsers, 

FEMALES. 

4 Shifts, 1 Shawl, 2 pair Shoes, 
2 Undercoats, 4 Handkerchiefii, 2 Bonnets, 

2 Uppercoats, 4 Night Caps, 1 Cloak, 

3 Dresses, 4 pair Stockings, 1 pair Stays. 
2 Aprons, 

XI. When a pupil is about to leave the Asylum, the said pupil 
shall be removed by his or her friends, at their expense, on j%ceiving 
one fortnight's notice from the Secretary. 

Persons desirous of leaving a Legacy to this Asylum are requested 
to do so in the following manner : 

« I bequeath to the Treasurer for the time being of the Catholic 
Blind Asylum in Liverpool, the sum of iS , to be applied towards 
the purposes of that Institution ; and I direct that the receipt of the 
person who shall be Treasurer of the same institution at the time when 
the above Legacy in favour thereof is paid shall be a sufficient dis- 
charge to my Executors.*' 

N.B. The Legacy must not be out ot, or charged upon, any Free* 
bold, Leasehold, or Copyhold Estate. 

Articles of Wobk made by the Pupils of the Catholic Blind 
Asylum, No. 20 St. Anne-stbeet, and sold there for the Benefit 
of the Institution. The Goods are manufactured under the super- 
intendence of competent teachers, and are of the best material : 

Hearth rugs ; fancy door mats of approved patterns ; cocoa chain 
mats of all sizes, and made to order ; cocoa and Manilla foot-bears; 
fibre-loom matting, adapted for office or house floors ; market, reti- 
cule, clothes, and plate baskets ; black and coloured gipsy and melon 
baskets; fire-screens; cribs and cradles; nursery-chairs; children's 
carriages : bottle-baskets and hampers ; patent sash cord ; thread gir- 
dles ; fancy knitting in great variety, and stockings ; church and hall 
mats of all sizes. 

The Pupils form a Singing Class each Wednesday at Two o' Clock, 
when any mends visiting £e Asylum may have an opportunity of hear- 
ing them. 



HOUSE OF ICERCTy LIYBRPOOL* 8l 

Contributions will be thankfully received by the Very Rev. Cinon 
Walxsley, President, 53 Ashton-street ; Mr. Edward Dunn, 
Treasurer; Mr. John Lynch, Secretary, 14 James-street ; by the 
Catholic Clergy of the town ; and by the Matron, Mrs. Macnab, 
at the Asylum, 20 St. Anne-street, Liverpool. 



THE HOUSE OF MERCY. 
Mount Vernon-street, Liverpool* 

This Institution is designed for the protection of young women of 
good character, who may be out of situation from causes over which 
they have no control. During their residence in the house, which is 
imder the care and superintendence of the Sisters of Mercy, they are 
trained in the various duties of household service, and when considered 
sufficiently competent they are reeommended to family situations. The 
establishment, capable of accommodating from 60 to 70 persons, is at 
all times quite full. The Sisters have often cause to regret that they 
have not room to enable them to afford protection to many more really 
deserving objects. Should the public feel desirous of extending this 
most useful charity, they have the opportunity of doing so by becoming 
subscribers, or in any other way becoming contributors to the funds of 
the Institution. In case the Sisters receive any considerable encour- 
agement in the way mentioned, they propose to enlarge their present 
buildings, or founding another house in connection with it ; and thus 
extending the benefits of this benevolent work to a wretchedly perse* 
cuted but deserving class of the Catholic community. 

Subscriptions and donations will be received by the Sisters, Mount 
Vernon-street, or by the Rev. Canon Walmsley, 53 Ashton-street^ 
Liverpool. 



9 Bi5«K8« er lALVi^iiH. 

VI, bioefese 0^ SALFdftS. 

05fflpfeh»ilfl!tig iha HUtidf ^db 8f Salfbrd afid Blitclcb^Mli 

PATBON SAINTS OF THE DIOCESE. 

Our Blessed Ladjr pf ^fount C^rmel, I6th July. 

St. John Apostle, 27tli Deceinb^r. 

St. Augtlitlti^, B.C., A))ostl§ df EhgUnd, 66th May. 

ftiffkl ftev. WlLLiAM tURNfiR, fiistipp, consecrated in the 
Cathedral Church, July :^5. 1851, by His Eminence Cardinal 
Wisemam Residence, bishop's douse, Salford. 
Very Rev. Pferosl Creskelly Viear-Oenerali 
V^i'y Rttft Petclr Canon Benoit) Bishop's Beeretary« 

^ CAtiiEbftAl CiU^lfteil. 

Very llev. kohert Croskell, Very Revi Laurence ¥oole. 
VtOn Provwt. - ' - - vamet Wildings te- 

Jaitt^s Boardmant nikentiaryt 



fciiia ir'ii 



tn vi-nrH ,-s^fc. Thomiii irving. I f mm . f .J, Bdmttttd Cantwelli 
Matthias Fwmby. ^ - . r - t -^ ]^eler BeMl^ Tlie^^ 



hi^'^^* - i ^— • Johti Rittimert lo^»ili 

»• '-^-^ ^ Jbhri !tetth*W. v ^- i*g Bd)tit»ld Caflift 

Residents of CoNPBRENcest 

Si, Att^miM6^i, iHrtncAe«?h-^Vevy R^^. Pfdtost C¥iWlk«l. 
*. Alban's, BlUckimrn. ^Yery R#V. Caiiorf Ifvitt^, Rural DedB. 
.y^ Martf*8y Bury. — Very Rev. Canon Boardman, Rural D^aH. 

N.B, The prefix R. denotes thai the Church it a Missionary Rector t/, 

f Salford, Manchester, Clfte Cstlftetrral Clftttrdft, Jj^t. ^o(n*0. 
(1844-48.) Right Rev. the Lord Bishop, Very Rev. Peter Canon 
Benoit, Revv. Denis Byrne and John Fraser. Mass on Sund at 
8, 9, 10, and 11. Vespers at 6J. Office of Tierce sung by the 
Chapter, and High Mass every first Wednesday of the month at 
lOi o'clock. 

t AccRiNGTON, St. <©fitoaRr*«. (1851.) Rev. Edward Whyte. 

AsHTON-UNDER-LiNE, J^t. ^tlttl'tf. Rcv. Johu Quealy. 

I^t. ^ars'0. Rev. Lorenzo O'Mara. 

Mass on Sund. at 9 and 11. Vat 6. On H Ds Mass at 5 and 9. 
V. at 7i On W Ds Mass at 8. Thurs Ros and Benedic at 7i p.m. 

Bacup. Rev. Henry M. J. Mulvany. Mass on Sund at' 10. 
On HDs at 9, and on WDs at 8i. On Sund V Catech and Ros 
at 3. 

R. t Bartoii-on-Irwell, Manchester, ail Jbaitttft*. Very Rev. 
John Canon Kershaw (Missionary Rector). 

f BiUinyioTiy St. Mary's. Served from Stonyhurst by Rev, 
T. Cooper. 



crt\Jl«ttfe«, ^UAI'Bl*, &c. ^^ 

% t 6iA*k«u!i%, Si tiUn% (1624.) Very Rfev. Thbmaa 
tJftjftOfe lifVih* (MiMiolnafV Rector), and ReV. R. t&tket. Maife 
dft Stthdft'tC 10,li|. VattdBeiiedrcatSi. MasS oh ll Ds ftt 
d> ft^, find 10. Bettedic at 8. 

-u*^^-^.....^^, I^t. Attttfl. (1N9.) R6v. ^osejbh VtVi^eYit 
Meany and^ G. Meatiy. Ma^i «)ii Sflnd 61 8§, 91, antl 11. 
Gfttech atiA instfttc at 5|. V Lect and Sen^dft at 15|. kass on 
HDs at 5, t|» ^lid 10, Wb% &t\i Benedic 6t § i^.si. Mas« Oh 
W 6* ftt ? J. CdnfVat trayets and Benedic every Thurs ^Vn^ al fi. 
The CttrifessionaU attended oti thwti evngs at 5 and loft Sat *l 9. 

Mte*efe^, Mantxhestel'. Ret. Peter de Blon. 

Blackrody Chorley. Rev. Henry Jones. 

R; BbLToii^LlE^Mooli^, Pilkin^ttm^stfeet^ Al^ 9f^ K1# iMurs. 
{ISOO.) Vefy Ref . Edmutfd Canoli Cartfer (Mfestenft^y !i<feet<jr) 
«Hd k«vi MicMM ]^fAe. Ma^on l^tlYitilttdandll. OhHm 
Al ^ afet! d. Oft W Ds at ». Dtt Slihd tf Arid IttSlrltc fbr Chil- 
dren kl ^ i».k. Benedic and Disc ah Sniid At lf)i p.SI., aftd oifi 

I - -^■•'-^ . -rr.T, HI. |il«tCe»«; (1847.) R«r» T. Smtjltt 
Ma«8 oh Snndli 9 and Hi On HOi Mats at 9*. 

t Br^m Etb/ts Preston, Ht |llat%'fK ReV. T. Wftlk^. 

Ri t BvftNiEt) Sl>i HWtfi'a* (1646-49.) V«ry R«V. JofiA 
Canon Rimmer (Missionary Rector), and Rev. Tlidimw Fhiitfl(kni 

R* ft BuRYj #Ar WxWiSi ftt^V (1«42.) Very Rev*, if^mes 
t)«tidn Boardihan (MtsshmaVy Rectof). 

f Cki^p^, Preftteiii^ JM^ IHAI^Ih (183«.) R^V. J. BS^tttafli 

t CLffHEAt)^', 1Mb. MUtlsel an& Ji^n t^ #lafii«tlftrftt 

(1647-59.) R«vV; £^WArd BiHS «Ad Joh^i BeA^itmni. 
DroyhdeUf Manchester. Rev. Peter Cardinftel. 
Ei^^ Avc^ngfkm, |H; lMXt*i, <l6i9() Ren ^t -faead- 

^MkwmiL, Mancli^ten Rev*. WiMHim JJeAf. 

^Fmm^fmrth, Mj^clvest^r; Rev. WiiiniM tajrlx)h 

itMm§^km\ Ren Thoifta:^ MatHni 

Heywood, Rochdale, |bt. ^Oflepl^'s. Rev. Arthur ^€till«. 

Cee ffv^ PrfeBtoti. V«6>inti 

£e0!^iM^niMft, Methfiiinter. Rev^ H. BroWhe. 
. Ri t MjmeHiHTiBit, §i: ftiittMtinir s* Otfanb^-ww: 1[l^0.) 
Very Revv. Robert C«n'o^ €rd8ktfell (MttMohar^ ReCtt)*)) T.G^.^ 
Jfrtnl^ €Ch«)n WSkEthgv «Atl Rev*. Gh«i4«« Ot-jnla^prec-. Mass on 
Sund at 8, 9, 10, and 11. Catech and Devs at d|i V rsv t«nfi 
with Benzoic eft 6|. Ben^4« al 7| «wSh Tti^rs tvug knd on 
H Ds. Masi^ on M Ds Hi 5, 8, and 10. 

^ R. f ~ -• , *t. C^/rt't, Cheethanr-rosd* (liB46-i4t.) 

Revv. William J. Sireehan (Misstonary Rector), tfohii F. Bii&W(lft> 
IM Thomii% Wi^naiill. MtRB«li9^d«t«^l»i, JindM-. Vttt6^ 
On HDs Mass at 7) 8^, and 10. Benedic at 7^. Mass lA ^ 
"Workhousfi at 10; 



84 DIOCESE OP 8ALF0RD. 

R. t Manchester, Sbt fSiat1^% Mulberry-street. (1795; 
rebuilt 1848.) Very Rev. Matthias Canon Formby (Missionary 
Rector), Rev. Edward O'Neill. Mass on Sund at 8|, 9^, and 
High Mass at 11. V Serm and Benedic at 6|. On H Ds Mass 
at 8 and 10. V and Benedic at 7|. Mass on WDs at 8. On 
Thurs evngs Ros Serm and Benedic at 7^* 

R. t ,Sbt.1|atriclt*«,Livesey-street. (1832.) Very 

Rev. Edmund Canon Cantwell (Missionary Rector), Rev v. James 
Sniipe and Michael Moriarty. Mass on Sund at 8, 9, and 10. 
High Mass at 11. On HDs Mass at 8, 9, and 10. Evng Serv 
on Sund at 6^, and on Thurs and HDs at 8 ; Baptisms on Sund 
at 4 P.M. 

Besides the two Schools mentioned in the Statistics attached to 
St Patrick's, in which about 900 day, and 1000 Sunday School chil- 
dren receive the blessings of education, there are two other Schools, 
conducted by secular teachers, one for boys and the other for girls ; 
also used for Sunday Schools, at which about 800 children attend. 

R. f , jj^t. ®Brtlretr*«, Bedford-street, Hulme. ' 

(1842.) Very Rev. L. Canon Toole (Missionanr Rector), Revv. 
William Dunderdale and Thomas Billington. Mass on Sund at 
8, 9, 10, and 11. Catech at 3|. Comp Benedic and a Disc at 6|. 
On HDs Mass at 5, 8, and 10. Compl and Benedic at 7i. 
Benedic every Thurs at 7^. 

f Sbt Aim*0. Junction-street, Ancoats. (1847-48.) 

Revv. Thomas Allen and Richard Dunderdale. Mass on Sund 
at 8, 9}, and 11. Catech at 3^ p.m. Baptisms at 4^. Evng 
Serv and Benedic at 6^. Mass on HDs at 7, 8, 9. Evng Serv 
and Benedic at 6}. On W Ds Mass at 7 1 and 8. Benedic on 
Thurs at 7i evng. 

, Jlbt So0eil]^'0, Golden-street. Revv. Peter Noel 
St^phan and Peter Liptrott. Mass on Sund at 8, 9f, and 11* 
Catech from 2 to 3}. Baptisms at 4. Ros at 5. V, Benedic 
and Instruc at 6|. Mass on HDs at 8 and 9. Evng Serv and 
Benedic at 7^. On WDs Mass at 8 and 9. Benedic on Thurs 
Evng at 7i. 

' , g^t MiSiiUi\ Ogden-street, Ardwick. Rev. 
Edward Hogan. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On WDs at 8^. 
V Benedic and Catech Instruc at 6| on Sund evngs. Schools 
are attached, and a Christian Doctrine Confrat. 

, Grosvenor-square. Catholic Collegiate Institute* 
Rev. Henry Browne. 

ft Oldham, |bt. 0UKtli\ Shaw-street. ^838.) Rev. James 
Conway. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. On HDs at 5 and 9. On 
WDs at 8|. Catech on Sund from 3 to 4. Evng Serv, Lect and 
Benedic at 6^ On HDs Serv and Benedic at 7|. 

Oshaldeitan^ Blackburn, jbt Aftotfi'tf.. (1836.) Mass at 10 
and 3. 

PtniMmry^ Manchester. Served from Famworth. 



CHURCliES, CHAPELS) &C« 8^ 

Over Darwen, |bt. $i8itntam*0. Served from Blackburn. 

t Pleasington Priory, Blackburn, Jj^t. ^AtS't atllT SJ^t. Jfojtt 
i%t ISayttflt'd. Rev. John Peduzzi. 

t hawtenstaU, Manchester, Jj^t. Jfame0 tl^e Ile00. (1836-45.) 
Rev. Joseph Scott. 

Ramshottom, Served from Rawtenstall every Sund. 

f Rochdale^ Hbt ^Oi^lt'0. Rev v. John Dowling and Desiderius 
Vandenweghe. Mass on Sund at 8, 9, and 11. V and Instruct at 
3. On H Ds Mass at 5 and 9. Benedic at 7. Mass on W D% at 8. 

\ Samlesbury, Preston. Rev. William Payer. 

+ Stonyhurst College, Whalley, Jj^t 9(tn:*d. (1832-35.) 
Revv. James Walker and Peter Gallwey. 

Stydd Lodge, Ribchester, Blackburn. Rev. Roger Glassbrooke. 

Walton, Preston, Rev. James Proctor. 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the JHocsse, 

PriP=5f9 / ^" *^® Mission . 60 \ ^^ 

I'riests ^ ^^ Stonyhurst College 12 ] ' • ' ^^ 

Churches and Chapels , . . • .47 

College, (viz.) Stonyhurst . . . . .1 

Catholic Collegiate Institute, Grosvenor-street, Manchester. 

Rev. H. Browne. 
Convents of Religious Women, viz. : • . .9 

Order of the Presentation, Livesey-street, Manchester. 

Ditto Faithful Companions of Jesus, Salford. 

Convent of our Lady of Loretto, St Wilfrid's, Upper Moss-lane, 
Hulme. 

Sisters of Notre Dame, St Chad's. 

Faithful Companions of Jesus, St. Augustine's. 

Sisters of the Holy Family, Levenshulme. 

Ditto ditto Ashton-under^Lyne. 

— ^— Charity of St Paul, Burnley. 

^— Notre Dame, Blackburn. 

Schools conducted by Religious Men, viz. : • • 3 

Brothers of the Christian Doctrine, St Patrick's. 

Xaveriau Brothers, St Augustine's. 

St John's, Salford. 

An orphanage for girls under the care of the Presentation 
Nuns, who also conduct a School of about 450 day and 500 
Sunday Scholars. 

Churches opened : at Ashton and Heywood. 

Churches are being built at Pendlebury, Bacup, and Blackrod. 
. Schools built at Barton at the expense of Sir Humphrey de Trafford, 
Bart. 

Schools built at Burnley at the expense of C. Towneley, Esq. 

Schools built at Great Harwood at the expense of James Lomaxt Esq. 

Schools built at Patricroft at the ■ expense of Very Rev. Canon 
Kershaw. 

Schools built at St. Augustine^s, Manchester, by public subscription. 

Schools built at St Ann's, Blackburn, by public subscription. 

Schools built at Over Darwen by public subscription. 



^ pi9f t;^|: i^Y f\ni^yiii^vii^\, 



VII. DIQCESK OF SHR£;WgBURY. 

Coipprehepding Salop, Cheshire, and ^Q^th Wale?, 
Population, }, 082,617. 

VAJ^Qli 9AINV8 i»F T|i¥i ]^IQQ§fl£. 

Ouv BlMs»d Lady, Help of ChrUdaiiai S4th May. 

81. Wincfvede (for tha northern park of Wales), H M«v. 

The Right Rev, MMES BROWN, Bishop ][ Cpn^epratad July 
27, fs$l. Residence, Salter's HaTI, Newport, Salop, 

Vicars.Gcneral / ^^^y ^®^- ^^^^ ^^^* ^'^'l Macclesfield, 
Yicars-Creneral, ^y^^^ j^^^^ Michael Trov^U, Newport, §afop. " 

Cathbdkal Ghaptsk. 
Vary Rev. Jo^n Hall, D.D., Pfo«oat* 

Cakons. 

Very Rev. Edward Carhery. Very Rev. Amhrose liennon, 

^ '• Michael Trovell, RandQlph Frith. 

■ — Richard Colgan, ' " Edward F. Brqwn^, 

Eugene Egan. .— -^-^ Robert Chapman, 

'^ James Pemberton, «- John I^eaht 

the prefix R. d^tet ihqt if^ CJmrqh if q ift«<i^ar|^ i2$(^«fy, 



SHROPSHIRE.— Population, 245,019. 

t Shrewsbury, J5>t. ^tars'ft. Rev. John Tobin. 

t Acton BurneUi Shrewsbury, jbt. 9(^*0* (184^"(46.> Rev. 
F. S. Giles. 

t Jl'Jenkam Pnory^ Bridganorth, J5>t. ill«rs*d. (1837.) Rev, 
J. B. Morris, 

Bridgenorth, Ibt JfOl^n'0. Rev. Franeis 0*Meill. 

f Madelbt, Jl^t. iBan^'f^* Rev. William MoUoy, Mass on 
Sund at 11. On WDs at 8. Benedtc and Rosary on 8und at 
6J P.M. Benedic and Rosary on Tburs at 7 p.m. 

t Mawlpy, Cleobury Mortimer, jjt fSUit}^'^* (1776.) Jlev. 
Thomas Green. 

Middlbton. Served from Bridgenorth. 

R. t Newport, J5>|). BrtfT m} ^mV$- (1832.) Very Jlev. 
Michael Canop TrovejT, V.Cj. (Missionary Re'ctor), 

t riowden BaU^ I^idburyr North, Very g,ev, Ricbi^j?d Qanon 
Colgan. * 

Oliver, 

Whitchurch. Rev. James Kenny. 

Mass on Sund with Serm at 10. On HDs at 9, and on WDs 
ftl 8. Evng Serv at 8. No ehapel, na missiea4ieut6. 

MwrM Drmfi^, Served eeeasionaliy frem Wtikehureh. 



CHESHIRE.^Pppulation, 433^438. 

t Ci^psiT|ij. Very p,ey. ipdward Canpn Carberjr, 

Mass 0)1 Sund at | before 9 dnd IL fiosjary a'p4 pf^^^c^ 9t 
3. V Benedic and Lect at 6 J, from Oct to Aprflj an4 ** ^ 
ff 9(1) beginning ef April to ^nd of ^ept 

J Mrincham. (18470 JUy. W, Wajten, 

Mas# op'Sun4 Qt }1J, §n^ on JfDs ^^ g^. Eyng Pey »( 6 J, 

The Catkolicg of this town have ftirmansF yctrs b«fB 0oiii|»a1Ied, 
tkfougb want of a suitable Ohafoh, to asaembla lor diyina worahip in a 
small privatfi houi^. (t Is now proposed to ereet a Cburqb. 'Ih« <im\ 
gr^g^fJQiJ, liQweyer, bping of t}|e poorest Ql^p4, te^iture tq appeal to the, 
charity of theif brethren. Contributions wi(l b^ thankfi^Jly rppf ived bj^ 
the Bishop of Shrewsbury or b^ th^ Pastor, 

f BiRKBNHEAD, Jj^t* dftftflltrg- (1835*87.) Vorv Rev. 
£dward F. Canon Brown 0| Rev v. Henry England ana Jo))ii 
Rogerson. 

On Sund Mass at 8, Qf , 10|, .and High Masi with Serm 
at 11^. Burials at 2\ daily. Baptisms (general) at 3. ■ Comp 
and Banedic with Serin at 6| from Oct to April, and at 7 from 
beginning of April to end pf Sept. On HDs Mass at 5, 81^ 
and 10. Benedic every Thurs evng at 7^. Devs of the Stations 
of the Cross (with a Meditation on the Passjon) every Sund and 
frid evng in Lent at f. CoNFRAtERNiTiBs of the M.H. Saera* 
inent, of the Ros, of Christ Doct, of the Way of the Creas, and 
the Areh ^onfrat of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 

. ' There is a chapel now established at the Emig^ration Depot at the 
Bocks served froir* St. Wereburg'^. 

Ppy^er, 

t goNoi^pipN, ^U iSjtu'g, Rey. Hugli hm^^- 
' t Crewe. (1846.) Rev. Henry Alcock. 

Mass on Sund a^ IQ^ y. aiid Benedic. ^% i^|. Mass on 
WDs at 7. Benedic. on Tbur. evn^. at 8. 

t Duckinfieldt Aston-under-Lyne, ^t. tSULtl^*% (originally in 
1825; rebuilt 1854). Rev. W. PenncHy. 

Erwood Ball, J^t. illars'fll. Served from New Mills. 

Gill BROOK. Served from Ltngdale House. 

t Hyde, Manchester. (1848.) Rev. J. Hill. 

Kmutsford. Served frpm AUrinoham every Sun. Mass at9J. 

Lingdak JIqusb, Oxion, Birkenhead, Cottlieitt of tte ;^aitl^ful 
Companions of Jlesud. Rev. Roger McCarte. 

t LiscARD, g)t. aiban'tf. (18^2.) Very Rev. Ambrose Cjmon 
Lennon. Mass on Sund at 9 and H. V and Benedic at 6 p.m. 
Mass on HDs at 10. V ai)4 p^Qpedic ^\ 7 p.m. 

Lymm, WARRijiOTON, 3bt. IBapfi'ff. (1855; opened Feb, 10, 
185d.) Served from W6(5l8ton. ' Mass oV Surfd and HDs at 11, 



88 DIOCESE OP SHREWSBURY. 

t Macclesfield, Sbt Altal'tf. (1839-41.) Very Rev. John 
Provost Hall, D.D., V.G., Rev.T. Muldoone. 

MiDDLEWicH. Served from Northwich. No chapel or per- 
manent provision for religious purposes. 

Nantwich. Served from Crewe. 

R. t Neston (1843) and Parkoate, Jj^t. WLinift^*%. Very 
Rev. James Canon Pemberton (Missionary Rector). Hours of 
service on Sund and HDs at 10. Aftem serv at } past 3. 

Northwich, Sbt Q3ftilfrtll'0. Rev. Michael Power. 

Puddrngtotif Chester. Rev. Peter F. Baron. Mass on Sund 
and H Ds at 10. Evng Serv at 3. On W Ds Mass at 8. 

t Runcorn, Sbt ^)Mttf'%. (1846-7.) Rev. James A. Carr, 
sen. Mass on Sund with Senn at 10|. Aftn Prayers with 
Catech at 3 in summer, and 2| in winter. 

Sandbach. Served from Congleton* Mass occasionally in 
a private room. Catholics about 100. 

R. t Staltbridge, Sbt. Ijftitt^fk. (1838-9.) Very Rev. Eu- 
gene Canon Egan (Missionary Rector), Revv. Garret Prendergast 
and J. Fennelly. 

Mass on Sund at 8, 9, and 11, with Serm, Ros and Catech 
at 3. V Serm and Benedic at 6^ p.m. Mass on HDs at 5 
and 9. Evng Serv &c. at 8. 

R. t Stockport, jbjb* Vlfttltp anil gwom'i. (1799.) Very 
Rev. Randolph Canon Frith (Missionary Rector), Rev. Peter 
Lahave. 

Aiass on Sund at 8, 9^, and 11. On HDs at 5, 8}, and 10. 
On WDs at 8 and 8|. Benedic on Sund at 6^ p.m. On HDs 
and Wedns at 7^ p.m. 

» Sbt fiSHt^Yik* Rev. John Coulston. Mass ou 

Sund at 9 and 11. Benedic on Sund and ^^edns at 6|. 

Swettenham Hall, |^J^. W^omM Sltlr illars*0. Served from 
Macclesfield. Mass on Sund i before 12. On HDs at 9. V at 2. 



NORTH WALES.— Population. 404,160. 

CAERNARVONSHIRE. 

t Bangor, Sbt fSiartf%. (1834-44.) Rev. J. Jones* 
Mass on Sund at 11, and V at 3 p.m. with Catech. 



DENBIGHSHIRE. 

f Wrexham, Sbt Habtlr't. (1828.) Very Rev. Canon Reali. 
Lleweboo, Sbt. JlOfiepS't. Served from St. Beuno's College 
every Sunday by the Rev. William Kelly. 

Stations at Welch Pool and Newton. 



FLINTSHIRE. 

t St. Asaph, S>t WiitUfvQsfl^. (1864-55.) Served from St. 
Beuno's every Sunday by the Rev. James Maguire. 



CHURCHES, CUAFELS, &C. 89 

t Holywell, Jj^t ^Hftilteftrflre**. (183«fJ; Rev. Joseph Hol- 
den. Mass on Sund at 10|. On HDs at 9, and on WDs at 8 in 
summer, and 8 J in winter. A novena for the Feast of the Patron 
Saint. Rosary, &c. on Mond evngs. His Holiness has been 
pleased to grant a perpetual daily plenary Indulg., which can he 
gained hy all who, after Confession and Communion, shall pray 
m the above church for the progress of our holy religion in 
England, and especially in the diocese. 

St, Beuno's College^ St. Asaph's, (ETfittrct Of tje P^olfi ^me. 
(1848-49.) Revv. William Cardwell (Rector), Daniel Jones, 
William Kelly, William Eyre, Paul Raffo, Charles Rossini, Jo- 
seph Brockhaert, Williaifl Maher, James Maguire, Alfred Mur- 
phy, and George Harper. 

Flint, |bt. iHars*0. Served from Pantasaph every Sunday. 

Mold. Served from Chester. Catholics about 300. No 
Chapel. No Mission-house. No School-house. 

Rhyl, |bt. ffULtJi*^* Served from St. Beuno's by the Rev. 
George Harper. 

Talacre HaU, Rhyl. Very Rev. Robert Canon Chapman. 

Pantasaph, Holywell, Jj^t IBabtU'd. (1852.) Revv. F. Emi- 
dius, F. Elzear, and F. Columbus. 



ANGLESEY. 

Holyhead. (1855.) Rev. J. Gibbon. 

The assistance of the charitable is earnestly solicited in support of 
this Mission. 



MERIONETHSHIRE— MONTGOMERYSHIRE. 

No Chapel. No Mission-house. No SchooUhouse. No Mission- 
fund. No Missioner. 

From the above note, it will appear how desolate is still a large 
part of the Diocese of Shrewsbury. The Bishop most earnestly recom- 
mends this portion of his charge to the charity of the Faithful. Were 
there means to establish Missions in Wales, he has no doubt that soon 
a vast number of souls would be brought by instruction and example to 
the blessings of the true faith. There are yet remaining amongst the 
Welsh many Catholic traditions and practices, and they would soon 
recognise the reality of that of which they still admire even the shadow. 
Whatever means may be placed at his disposal, either for the establish- 
ment of Missions or for the education of Clergy, shall be most care- 
fully and faithfully administered; and the benefactors of the Diocese 
shall have a constant remembrance in the Holy Sacrifice, — the only 
return, and the best, he has to offer. 

d2 



90 



DIOCKSE OP SHREWSBURY, 



RURAL DEANBRIEB. 

Deanery of St, Mart* 

Sbrewsbury, Briclgnor(b« Newport^ 

Acton BurQAilf Madeley, Plowd^p, 

Ald«nhftm, MawI^Xi WellUigtoii, 

Plact of eonferenoa-^Shrewibury. 

Rural Dean — Very R«v. Canon Trovall. 

Deambry or $T. Alban. 

BolllngtoU) Stalybrid^e, Stockport, 

Congleton, Duckintieldi Errwood, 

Crewe, Hyde, Altrincham, 
Macclesfield, 

Place of conference — Stockport. 
Rural DeaB— Very Rev. Provost Hall. 

Deanery or St. AtmoNsus. 

Cbester, Puddington, Talacrei 

Birkenbeady Runcorn, Wr^xbam, 

Lingdal^ House, LUcard, Bangor» 

NestoD, Holywell, PaDtasa^t 
St. Beuno*8, 

Place of conference — Birkenhead. 
Rural Dean — ^Very Rev. Canon Browne. 



89 > 

■J 



JEcckfiattical Statistics qf the fiioce^e 
Priests — On the Mission 

„ At St. Beuno's College 

„ At Pantasaph 
Churches and Chapels 
Stations 
Religious Communities of Women 

Convents of the Faithful Companions of Jesus, at Lingdale House, 

at Chester, and at Birkenhead. 
Monastery of Capuchins, at Pantasaph. 

Churches opened at Lymm, Duckinfield, Nantwich, Bridg- 
north, and Shrewshury. 

Church building at Wrexham. 



52 

38 

15 

3 



Q«vfi(?ai«i 9umh ?^V| 9\ 



VIIL DIOCESE OP NEWPORT AND MENEVIA. 

Comprehending Monmoutlishire, Herefordihire, and Soutb 

Wale^. 

PATAOIf SAINTS OF THG PI0CE9IS. 

Newport, onr B. Lady, conceived without sin, $th Pec* 
Of Mepevi^ St. D2(vid, lat Mar^h, 

Right Rev. THOMAS JOSEPH BROWN (Q.S.B.), Bishop. 

Translated from Apollpnia, Sept, ^9, ISOOj $:on§e<?r#ted 
October 28, 1840. Residence, Cl)ep8to||r. 
Very Rev. Joseph P. Wilson, of Uske, Vicar-General. 

Phaptcii. not yet appointed. 

Rer. Lewis Havavd, Caermarthen, Rural Daan «f the Daanavy 

of St. David^ comprising Caermarthenshire and Pembrokt* 
shjre. 

Rural Dean of the Deanery of St. Illtyd, comprehending Gla- 
morganshire and Brecknockshire. Vacant. 

Rev. Samuel Fisher, Llanarth, Rural Dean of the Deanery of 
St. Dubritius, comprising Monmouthshire. 

Rev. Matthew McCann, Htrefi)y4» Rural Dean of the Deanery 
gf St, Thomas of Hereford^ for the County of Hereford. 

» -w. ■ 
MONMOUTHSHIRE, 

Newport, $tt illafp'0 C|ltrr!|. (1840.) Revv. J^eminick 
Cavallt and Godfrey Mitehell. Mass on Sund at 8| and H. 
Catech at 3. V Serm and Benedic at 6|. Mats on HDs at 
5, 7 and 10. V and Benedio at 7. On WDs Mass at 7 and 
8. Rosary on Tues Thurs and Frid «vng« at 7. On Thurs evngs 
Benedic after the Rosary. 

Abergavenny, J^t. JBU^OtVn* 'Rev. James Millward, O.S.F. 
Catholics about 600. 

Chepstow, |bt. ^fll^'tf* Temporarily served by the Rev. 
Wilfrid Price. Mass with a Discourse on Sund at lOJ ; Catech 
at 3. V with Serm at 6. Mass on HDs at 9. Mass at 8 in 
summer, and S^n winter. 

No Mission-house. A small 6chool-house lately huilt* Oatholias 
a^out 250. 

Coedangrydf Skenfrith, near Monmouth. C||ltrrjft »(tt$Mwh 

mafttlate em9$fii(m. (1845-47.) Rer. J. A. Ar^itMU 

Mass on Smid ai 10. On H Ds at 9. V on Sund mi4 HDc 

at 9. On WDs Mass at 8. Oath^Ues 69. 

Heau;^ i|de^uate to the support of sn incumbent sre wanting at thia 



92 DIOCKtB OF NEWPORT AND MENETU. 

Llanarth Court. Rev. S. Fisher, O.&F. Catholice 210. 

Llansm^aidf Raolan. Rev. John Bonomi. A Station of 
Llanarth. 

Monmouth, Jbt. |ll8(v'0. (1837.) Rev. T. Abhot. On 
Sund Mass at 10. Aftn Prayers at 3. On WDs Mass at 9. 
Catholics 250. 

Pbmllyn. Rev. A. Percy. Catholics at Penllyn and Sta- 
tions about 700. 

f PoNTYPooL, C|ttn|of J^t. ftltall'0. (1844-46.) Rev. A. 
Clarkson, O.S.B. 

No School-house. Catholics (almost without exception the lowest 
class of labourers), about 2500. . 

Tredeoar and Stations. Rev. John Dawson. 

Catholics about 1000. Hitherto all endeavours to purchase or rent 
land for the erection thereon of a School-Chapel have been ineffectual ; 
and the only room which can be procured for divine worship on Sun- 
days is in a public-house. 

t Usee, Jj^t iftSIUW Xatl{er*0. (1846-47.) Very Rev. Jo- 
seph P. Wilson, V.G. Catholics 200. 



HEREFORDSHIRE. 

f Hereford, Jj^t. dftantiiA Xahitt*%. (1837-39.) Rev. Mat- 
thew McCann, S.J. Catholics about 350. 

Belmonty Hereford. (Pro- Cathedral 1855.) Rev. D. Lambe. 

Courtjleld, Ross. Rev. Edmund Madden. Mass at 10. V. 
and Benedic. at 3^. Catholics about 160, including Ross. 

Longwarthj Hereford. Rev. T. Rolling, O.S.B. 

Botherwasy Hereford. Rev. Abb6 Pauchet. 

Weobly, S^t CtonuM of Kfr»fiOVlV*0. (1834.) Rev. Edmund 
Caldwell, O.S.B. 



SOUTH WALES. 
BRECKNOCKSHIRE. 

Brecon. Rev. John Davies. Mass on Sund. at 10^ in winter, 
and at 11 in summe)*. V. in winter at 3 p.m. and in summer at 
6 P.M. Mass is said at Blaen Senny on H.Ds. solely at 10. Aa 
entirely Welsh congregation. 

No School-house. Catholics 250, exclusive of soldiers and their 
fitmilies, amounting sometimes to 200 more. This interesting Mission 
consists almost entirely of Welsh Catholics (the only one of the kind 
now eiistinff), there having been, it appears, a Missioner alwajrs here 
till the death of the Rev. William Lloyd, in prison under sentence of 
death for his faith, in 1679. From that period there was no resident 



CHURCHESi CHAFEIiSi &C« 93 

Priest, for a considerable time, at Brecon, till 1788, since which time 
it has been seldom vacant. 



GLAMORGANSHIRE. 

Cardiff, it ]Babtll*0. (1841-42.) Revv. Fortunatus Sig- 
nini, Stepheu Bruno, and John Woyte. On Sund Mass at 8, 91, 
and 11. On HDs Mass at 5, 8, and 10. On WDs Mass at 7 
and 8. Rosary on Tues and Frid Evngs at 7. Beuedic ou 
Thurs Evngs at 7. 

Two new and very capacious Schools have been erected last year, 
and were opened on the Ist September, together with an Infant-school, 
which at present is held in the old schoolrooms, though unfortunately 
much too small for the wants of the places 500 poor children receive 
education daily, besides many more who can only attend the Sunday- 
schools. The number of children educated will increase, especially if 
means can be procured for erecting Infant-schools. The education is 
conducted by Religious of the Order of Charity. 

Aberdare. Served fortnightly from Treforest. Mass at 11. 
Catholics about 450. 

Bridgend and Stations. Rev. William Marshall. 

Catholics about 1700. A small Chapel, with School-fiouse, has 
been recently erected by the charity of two converts. 

DowLAis, Jj^t. ilitttlM'. (1844-46.) Revv. Patrick Millea 
and J. J. Clarke. Mass on Sund at 9 and 11. Catech. at 3 p.m. 
V. with Instntct at 6 aftn. On HDs Mass at 9, and Evng Prs 
at 7. On WDs Mass at 8. Benedic of the B Sacrament the 
1st Sund of the month. Rosary on Tues and Thurs at 7. 

Mass at Merthyr 1st Sund of the month at 9. Catech Instruc 
to the children in Dowlais and Merthyr on Wed from 6| to 8. 

Catholics at Dowlais and Merthyr about 3600. 

Swansea, J^t ]|atltll*0. (1846-47.) Rev. Peter Lewis. 

No Mission-house ! Catholics 700. 

Treforest and Newbridge. Rev. Austin Neary. Sund 
Mass at 8 and 10, and on WDs Mass at 8. 

Catholics about 650. A School- Chapel is being erected. No 
Sehool-house ! No Mission-fund ! Catholics all labourers. 



PEMBROKESHIRE. 

Pembroke Dock and Haverfordwest. (1846-47.) Rev. 
Oliver Murphy. 

Catholics, exclusive of soldiers, about 800. 

The adorable sacrifice will be occasionally celebrated in Tenby, a 
cheap and delightful watering-place, for the accommodation of the no* 
bility and gentry who wish to visit this healthy and picturesque locality* 
upon their giving notice to th^ Rev. Oliver Murphy, 



9^ DIOCESE pP NJVrp^T 4^Q M^MEVIA. 

CAERMARTHENSHIRE. 

t Caermarthen, Sbt fiSlatli*$» Rev. Lewis Havard, junior. 
Mass on Sund.'^at 11. Catec. from 2 till 3|. Evng. Prs. at 6, 
with a Discourse. On W.Ds. and Ds. of Dev. Mass at 8. 

Cttholies at Oaermarthen and its several widely-septrsted ttationB, 
about 266,^ Mrs. Arengo Crots. has a sekool for tlie poor ebUdren at 
Oacrmarth'en. 

Tht Mission is dependent fee support entirely upon akns, and the 
scanty resources of the Diocese. 

Ahermarlais Park, attended firom Caermarthen on last Sund. 
of each montii. Aberystwith and Cardigan oeeasionallv attended 
from Caermarthen. 



CARDIGANSHIRE. — RADNORSHIRE. No Chapel, 
Mission-house, or School-house. No Mission-fund or Missioner. 



Eccle$iq$lia$l Statistics ofth^ 2>ioa^«f. 

Pfi«it9 , . • . . ,29 
Churches and Chapels .... 21 
Station^ 14 

Cenvent of Sisters of Charity, of 6t« Paul, Belmont, near 
Hereford ; of Sisters of Providence, at Newport and at Cardiff^ 

Church building at Belmont, and a Sehool and Chapel at New* 
bridge. 



From the Diocese of NoTxiNOVA¥,/pr wani (^sp<K^ ^ the 

proper place* 

Oldcoatet (Hermes ton Orange), Worksop, #iurl81ei0flr&a(^l0 
Ottlr Sbt ei^t»attf*%. Mass on W Ds at 61. On ^und Mass at 1 
with a Serm. Evng Serv with Benedic «od In^tnic in wipt«r ftt 
4|, in summer at 7. 



CHURCHES^ CHAPELS^ &C. 9^ 



IX. DIOCESE OF CLIFTON. 

Compr^liending Gloucesterghire, Somerfletihirf, and Wflti. 

Population, 1,116,715. 

Our Blessed Lady, eonoeived wilhoui sin, 8th pee«mber. 
8S. Pater and Paul, Apostles, 29th Juna. 

Moat B«v. GEQRCrP ERUINQTON, Archbi?}jpp of Trebbopd, 
Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Clifton. R^sidf ncgi 
gUfton, 

Constituted June 38, 1852. 
VaryRaT. Montig. Brind^e, D.D., Very Rev, T. F. Rooker. 
Bvovaat. *■■■ ■■■. ■ ■* Jacob IllingworA. 
^ Thomas Rooker, D.D., ^ — C. Pariitt. 



"•<»■ 



^"•m 



Theologian. ■*■ ■ ■' ■ Monsig. Ferdinand 

John Williams. English, D.D. 



O" Leonard Calderbank. * * ^"- — F* R. tfer^* 

m i ^» » m Thos. Shattoek* 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE.— Population, 419,475. 

t Clifton, Cl^ttrel^ of tje 9pO0tIe0. (1848.) Very Revv. 
Monsigiior F. Canon English and F. Canon Neve. 

, Conbent of *t. €affyetint of Ibienna. Dominican. 

t Bristol, §^t iKta^'a, on. the Quay. (1843.) Rev. P. 
OTarrell, O.S.F., Rector. Rev. William Johnson. 

f ^ Trenchard-street, Jbt Jocepfi'j. (27th Jun^ 

1790.) Revv. William Johnson and William Knight, S.J. 

, Penny Well, Stapleton-road, ^t. JticJolM'fi. 

Very Rev. Canon Illing worth. 

, Cottbent of 0\lV ILalJfi of i^etrfi, Dighton-street. 

Gloucester, J|^t. I^eter'tf. (About 1790.) Very Rev, Leo- 
nard Canon Calderbank. 

Mass on Sund at lOJ, and on HDs at 9. On WDs at^8 in 
summer, and 8^ in winter. Night Pravers^ Lect and Benedic on 
Sund and HDs at 6\, Catechism at 3. 

AmoU Courti Btislhigton, near Bristol. Very l^av. Jphu 
Canon Williams. 

t Cheltenham, Somerset-place, it, <6r^Qt|{*0. (1838.) 
Revv. 'James Cotham and H. J. BIounl;i O.S.B. 

Campden House, near Broadway. 

CuippiNO-SoDBUR^. Rev. R. M. Cooper, O.S.B. 

Cirencester. Rev. E. A. GlassbroOk, 0,S,B. 



96 D10CE8E OP CLIFTON. 

Fairpord, Hbt. ^vmSL% of Cantnrbttrs'tf. (1845.) Served 
from Cirencester the second Sunday of every month. 

Kemerton, Tewkesbury, Jjbt. ISeniiet'9. (18th July 1843.) 
Rev. Peter Ridgway, O.S.B. 

Nympsfield. Served from Woodchester by Father Utili. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10|. 

Stroud, Cfhttvt ot tj^e Immarulate ^Eronceptton. Served from 
Woodchester by Father Bernard, 4 Albert-buildings. 

Mass on W Ds at 8. On Sund and H Ds at 10^ Catech at 
3. Serm and Benedic at 6|. 

SwiNDOK. Served from Cirencester the first Sunday of every 
month, at 10|. 

Visitation Convent^ Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, <!t1^urc!l of t^ 
Immacttlote Contention. (8th Dec. 1835.) Rev. Abb^ Maes. 

Woodchester, near Stroud, |^t. |llars*9 llrtors of \^t flnnnn* 
rtotton. (1847-49.) Very Rev. J. D. Aylward, Prior, O.S.D. ; 
Rev. F. Austin Maltus, Sub-Prior; Rev. FF. J. B. Morewood, 
Paul Utili, Damian Borgoguo, Mary Joseph Gerard, Albert 
Buckler, and Frederick Trenow, O.S.D. 

Mass on Sund at 6i, 8 and 9. High Mass at 10|. Catech, 
V and Benedic at 3. Ros, Comp and Serm at 6. Mass daily 
at 6i and 8. Comp with the Salve every evng at 6. On Thurs, 
Benedic; Frid, Stations; Sat, Litany, &c. Procession on 1st 
Sund of every month. 

Woodchester Pabk* Served from the Priory. 



SOMERSETSHIRE.— Population, 456,237. 

t Bath, Pierrepont>-street, Jjbt. Jl0]|n t|e (EBlwngdfet't. (3d 
Dec. 1809.) Revv. J. C. Worsley and Rev. Laurence Shepherd, 
O.S.B. 

, Montpellier, jbt 4lats'0. Very Rev. Provost. 

Brindle. 

Bedminster. Served from Clifton. 

Bonham House, Stourton, Wilts. Rev. Thos. Wassail, O.S.B. 

t Bridobwatkr, it JIO0ep]|*9. (1846.) Very Rev. Canon 
Th. Rooker, jun. 

t Cannington, Bridgewater. (1831.) Rev. James Dawson. 

Downside College, Bath, |^t. ^tegor^'S. (1823.) Rev. J. A. 
Morrall, O.S.B. On Sund and HDs Mass at 7| and 8, and 
High Mass at 10|. V at 3|. Mass on other days at 8^. 

FaoMB. (1851.) Rew. Richard Ward and Ed. Williams. 

Midford Castle, Bath, CUnrtt Of tj||e immaculate Conception. 

(May 3, 1826-1827.) Very Rev. Charles Canon Parfitt. 

t Shbpton Mali.et, *t. J|{e|0la0'9. (1801-1804.) Very 
Rev. Thomaa Canon Shattock. 



CHURCHES, CHAFELS, &C. 97 

h Shorkoood, Temple Cloud, Bristol, ii. iKic|8rI*i. (15th 
1806.) Rev. T. M. McDonnell. 
* Taunton, 3bt. Qfeotte*0. (1821.) Rev. John Mitchell. 

, Coiibmtofottrl4)»8 0f BoIo«r». (1808.) Revv. 

I Jenkins and Canon Vals. 



WILTS.— Population, 241,003. 

Ialisburt, Hbt <Nmitllll'9. (1847-48.) Rev. H. J. Green. 
)n Sund and HDs Mass at 10^. V on Sund at 3, on HDs 
P.M. On Sund Catechet Instruct at 3}. On W Ds Mass at 
[Confessions every mmg hefore Mass, and on Sat and the 
of festivals from 4 p.m. till 10. Benedic on Thurs at 7. 
vy on Sat evngs at 8. 
WIN DON. • Served from Fairford. 

Wardour Cattle, Salishury, flU l^tiils'. (1776.) Revv. 
ry W. Walmsley and Ralph Cooper, S.J. 
HiFPENUAM. Served from Frome. 



50 

31 
8 
1 



Ecclenastieal StatUties of the Diocese, 

ts — On Missions » ... 31 

At Downside • • . . ^ 7 

At Woodcfaester . • • • 8 

At Convents .... 4 

shea and Chapels 

ma • • • • . 

^es • . « . • 

. Gregory's, Downside. 

ious Houses (of Men), viz : • . . .2 

medictines Somersetshire, Downside. 

aminicans , . Gloucestershire, Woodchester. 

rata of Religious Women, viz : • . .5 

Iters of Mercy Gloucestershire, 4 'Bristol 

>minicans _ Clifton. 

tier of the Visitation .. .. ' Sales House, 

anciscans .. .. .. •• Somersetshire, Taunton. 

sters of the Good Shepherd | ^ Biiriingto^ 

th building at Cheltenham. Subscriptions earnestly re- 
tested. 



L 



9^ piOCe8|: Qf C|.|FTQN. 

SOCIETy FOR THE RELIEF (fP INFIflll PJ^IIJSTS 
IN THE Cf^IFTON DIOCPSE. 

There formerly foisted in the Western Distrigt a fund for the relief 
of such poor Priests as, from oW age or other infirmity, were no longef 
able to live by the altar they had served. The want of such a flind has 
been deeply felt, and it is our object to revive it ; in fact, a sum of 
money has been already bequeathed for the purpose. 

We can scarcely opncfiiye a wodrk more truly useful and charitable 
than this ; for Priests ought surely to have some provision against old 
age and ini|rinity ; and it ppuld not be expected or wished that they 
snould either be JtlWays, even te the very last moment of their liyes, 
battling with extreme want, or should contrive to wring enough Qut of 
ihe meagre resources of their ministry to supply not only food and ra}* 
ment for (he present, but also this necassary provision for the future. 
All who are acquainted with the pecuniary cendiiian of our Missions 
will know that we are not exaggerating their poverty; and we have, 
QQnsQqueBtly, (tome plaini o^ th^ Uity for aisistanoe towards thi« fund. 

All Priests of the IDiqcese are alike invi^d bepomq iT)ember» of 
our Society, though the Secular Clergy are i^ore especially cop^idf red, 
because, as a matter of course, they can have no share in the provision 
so properly made by the religious bodies for their own members. In 
fact, it would be well to correct^ in some degree, this apparent anomaly : 
that the Secular Clergy should, fn temporals, oe so muph worse pro- 
vided for in their old age than their religious brethren. 

Earnestly, then, and lovingly, we commend this oharity to all friends 
of the Clergy-*-to aU, indeed, who esteem ** the labourer wovthy of his 
hire," even though his life be prolonged beyond kw power to labqur ; 
and we have only to add, that,. in grateful return for all ffhurity* the 
Holy Sacrifice will be gfTered up every year by ^ach of the rev« moQiT 
bers for all benefactors, living and dead ; and every donor to the aipoiu^t 
of 10/. and upwards shall have, besides, one Mass o£^red up on hi^ be- 
half by every one of the members. 

F^RQlNANp English, Treasurer \ 
an4 Secretary \ 

F. Neve Y Committee of 

R. Ward Mmagement. 

N.B. Further particulars may be Qbtaiped .qf the Vefy B«v, Fue- 
DEmcK. NWE, at the Bishop's Hou^^, CUftop { or of the Vtry Hev. 
pERDitiAVP ]SNGLii|ii, P.D„ «( Cannington, near 3ri(ig«Wftt«r ( »nd 
c^O{mU0R8 tQ tht Society will be gratefully received by either. 

Bequests may be left in the following form : 

'< i, A. B., d« bequemth to the Very Rev. Febdikavd Enoli«h, B.D., 

of CanningtoUf near Bridgewater, Secretary , or to the ihcretwrufor 
the time beings of the Institution called * The Society for the lieltefof 

Infirm Priests in the Clifton Diocese,* the sum of 

for the benefit of that Institution; and I direct thcU the same shall be 
paid out of my personal estate, and not oaf of my real estate, or chat- 
tels real:* 



CHURCUESi CHAl'EI^S^ &C. ^^ 



X. piOCESE OF PtYMQUTH, 

iSomprahending Devonshire^ Doraetahire, an4 Coniw4ll| 
with the Sciliy Islands. 

Population, 1,106^466. 

: Rev. WILLIAM YAUQHAN, Bishop; consecrated 
;pt. 16, 1855, at the Holy Apostles, Clifton, hy Cardinal 
iaeoiaii* R^sidenpe, 2 Victori9-pU«*, ^tonehouat, Plymouth. 
Neil William Talbot, Bishop's Secretary. 



Cathedral Cuaptbk. 
Very Rev. George Oliver, D.D., Provost, 

Canons. 

Rev. Roh«rt Piatt. Yery Rev. Hon. William CUL 

— r Ralph prindlv. ford, D.D., Thtologiaii. 

Herbert A. WooUett, William 8. Agai. 

itentiary. v ' -^, .»> in. /plm R, Shortland. 
^auricf P^Wf'. 



DEVONSHIRE.^Population, «72,207. 

Plymouth, ^tonehouse, jj^t ||Mr|)'0- (20t]) Pfc. 1807.) 

.ord Bishop, Very Rev, Herbert (Danon Woollett; Revv, 

rd Sphofleld| Edward Windey^r| Jp^^ph Qunn, qu4 t^eil 

m Talbot. 

I Sund and HDs Mass at S and 9 (for the soldiers), and 

Mass at 11. Catech at 2|. Instruct and Benejic fi( ^|, 

iaily at 8 ^nd 9. 

BxfcTEB, *t. KitDoto'iJ ftim- (I W— 6th h^' 1702.) 

Fames Eccles, 3*tr. 

iMiNSTER, *t. fiHaT^*%- (15th Agg, 1831.) Rev, Jphu 

y. Mass on Sunxt and H Ds at 10}, W Ds at 9, l^vog Ser^ 

^d an4 HPs at 3. 

RNSTAPLe, CHutrtt oftftefmnucuIatrCptieejEittoti, (Opefi»4 

October 1855.) Mass on Sund and H Ds at 11. ]^vng Pn 

nd Benedic at 6\, On Mond Mass at 9. 

llaton Home, Totnes. (1801.) Very Rev. Robert Canon 

Mass on Sund at 11 ; on HDs at 10 ; on WDs at 8^. 
wstockf Barnstaple. (9th Dec. 1827.) Very Rev. R. 
BrindU. 

i^wMouTii, ®ur ISlMfll fta^ <tilr ibt. i{D|«rlM'i. (1854.) 

Charles Lomax, S.J. Maii en llund st 10. Aftn Serv with 
[^^3, Qp H P9 MiH i|» 8, on W Di at 84. 
rcRTON, Sbt Jlo^tt'0. (1837.) Vacant. 



100 DIOCESE OF PLYMOUTH. 

t Torquay, Cl^utei^ of t^t flSttttmptton. (Feb. 17, 1854.) 
Very Rev. M. J, Canon Power. 

Ugbrooke, Chudleigh, §^t Cspttan'S. Rev. Henry Brigham, 
S.J. Mass on Sund at 10. Aftn Serv with Benedic at 3. On 
H Ds Mass at 9, on W Ds at 8i. 



DORSETSHIRE.— Population, 177,597. 

t Bridport, Jblb. iBatS aitil €atia:tt»'0. (1845— 22d July 
1846.) Rev. Patrick F. Cass. 

Mass on Sund at 10^ and HDs at 10. Evng. Serv at 3. 
Mass on W Ds at 9. 

f Chideock. Rev. Michael Sinnot, O.S.B. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10. V and Catech Instruct 
and Benedic at 4. On Thursd evngs Devs of the Coiifrat 
of the M. P. Blood. Instruct and Benedict 1st Sund of the 
month. Devs of the Bona Mors, Mass on WDs at 9. 

fLukvorth Castle f Wareham, $t. ^Hotfi's. (1790.) Rev. 
Robert Havers, S.J. 

tLYME,Jb^.4SitiDaeIanlr<Seotge'0. (27th Aug. 1837.) Rev. 
Walter Buckle. Mass on Sund and HDs at 10^. Prayers and 
Benedic at 3. 

t Mamhulh Blandford. (3d July 1802.) Rev. W, Casey. 

f Poole, J^t ittats'0. (Opened July 16, 1839.) Rev. Joseph 
Parke. Mass on Sund and HDs at lOJ. V and Benedic on 
Sund at 6 ; and on HDs at 7. Mass on WDs at 8. 

t Spetisbtiry, Blandford, e.%}XXt% Of X%t ImmaCtttote Coilce9tioit. 
(8th Sept. 1830.) Very Rev. W. S. Canon Agar and — Capron. 

Mass on Sund at a J before 7, and High Mass on Sund And 
HDs at 9}. 

iStapehiUy Wimbome, Cottbmt of Ottr B.Halrs of SolOtttS. 
(1847— July 16, 1851.) Rev. Francis A. Hawkins, O.C. High 
Mass on Sund and HDs at 10, preceded by English prayers, and 
followed by an Instruct V at 4 in sum. and 3 in wint., after 
which Benedic, the living Rosary, and an Instruct. 

t Weymouth, HbtflugUtftine'tf. (1833— 22d Oct 1835.) Rev. 
Thomas Martin Hoskins, Mass on Sund and HDs at 11. On 
WDs at 8i. 



CORNWALL.— Population, 356,662. 

Bodmin, Jbt. |llaii;'0. (24th Sept/ 1846.) Very Rev. John 
Rutherford Canon Shortland. Mass on Sund at 11. Aftn serv 
at 3. Mass on HDs and WDs at 8. 

t Camborne. Rev. Richard Mansfield. Mass on Sund at 
10| ; on HDs at 9 ; on WDs at 8. 



CRURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 101 

f Falmouth, Ciltrr| of out IfltmamUte ftallfi. (1821.) Rev. 
68 Carey. Mass on Sund at 10} ; on HBs and WDs at 8|. 

- Llanheme, St. Columb, fbfb* JfOicy) Slllr ftime'0. (24t1i 
1 797.) Rev. Patrick Walsh. Mass on Sund at 1 ; on HDs 
Evng serv at 3. 

'enzance, C^urrlt of tif imnuinilstt Contfytioit. (26th Oct. 

;.) Rev. William Laffan. Mass on Sund and HDs at 10|. 
istnic and Benedic at 6. Mass on WDs at 8. 
* Trelavmy, Sclerder, Liakeard, Polperro, ^NtljlTS Of Irlrtt* 
Luke Kelly. High Mass on Sund at 10. Catecb, V and 
(die at 2}. Mass on WDs at 8. Thnrs evng Benedic at5|. 
iisKEARD. Served from Sclerder. Mass once a month at 8; 
every alternate Sund serv at 7 p.m. 



RURAL DEANERIES. 

1. Devonshire: 

DeaUf Very Rev, Canon Brindle. 
Place of conference— Exeter, 

2. Dorsetshire: 

Dean, Very Rev, Canon Woollett. 
Place of conference — Poole, 

3. Cornwall : 

Dean, Rev. P. Walsh. 

Place of conference — Camhome. 



EeeUaiastieal Statistics of the Diocese. 

s on the Missions « . 28 

:hes and Chapels , ,26 

mts of Religious Women, viz. : 3 

Tesians . . . • . . Llanheme, ComwalL 

.. . f Spetisbuiy House, Dorset^ 

»fi^»*^'^^»^» 1 shire. 

Btercians Stapehill, Dorsetshire. 

.thedral Church building at Plymouth. The first stone was laid 
the 28th of June 1856. 



XI, biOCESfi OF NOTTINGHAM. 

Lincolnshire, and tlutlandshire. 
PopuHition, }}20«)«l6i 

Our Ble!ls^^ Lndy c6iiceiVed ^itho^l Hft, 8t!i 15^; 
. B. Btj|fi, i.e., l?th Nor. 

lUgkt %ev% RICHARD ROSKeLL, Bistiop^ eonsecrate^ iii.tk« 
Cathedral) $eptembfr 21, 185^, by his Eminence Cardinal 
Wiseman. Residence, St. Barnabat'g, Kottinghftni. 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. James Jones^ Proypst. Very Rev^ Thomas Sing. 

' Francis Gheatile, D.b » ^' ' - • - Joseph Daniel. 

Canon Penitentiary. • — -James Griffin, 

< John Gfastoyne. , Canoti I'heoiogian. 

James Waterworth. — ■ « — John Joseph Mul- 

' Theodore Fauvel. ^igan, Sec. to theCluipter. 

Thomas Tempest. Josepti Blck. 



The prefix R. denote* thttt the Hhnrth is a sXissiwrarjf Rectory, 



Non^ijj&ttA^isKikiS. 

Population, 294,438. 

f Nottingham, Cathedral Church of, Jbt. 1$atRa!ia&*0. 
(1842-4.) Hew. ^'ohn ;fo8» Chinoh Mvilligan, James Canon 
Griffin, and George Johnson. . , 

, t Newark, 'Parliament-street, Kols IKfRftJ. Ve?y ttlV. 
Iftmefe Caifon W'aterMTorth. ' / * 

OtdcoaUs, nlear Workst)p: IW?. ¥. Hatte*. St% hbHH M 
service, f. 94t 

•^ Wt>k«»f, St^ ifMt^'li. (1838-40.) Very Rev. James 
Canon Jones. ^____^ 

DfiRBYSHfRE^.^Pojuk<«Jh^ 2^9^m. 

R. t Derby, *t ittatS?'« Cftlltcfi. (l^SS-^.) ^€tf ft^vi. 
Thomas Canon Sing (Missionary Rector), and Joseph Canon 
Daniel, and Rev. Michael Gogarty. Masses on Suna at 8, 9|, 
and 11. V at 3, and Evng Serv at 6|. On HDs Masses at 
5^, 8, and 11. Evng Serv on Sund at 8. Daily Mass at 8. 

AsHBUKNE. Rev. R. Raby. 

Birdholme, Served from Mount St. Mary's College. 

Buxton, J^t. ^XfXit*^, Rev. Edward M*Greavy. Mass on 
Sund at 11. Evng Serv at 6. Mass daily at 8. 



(M«ft«lllie, t)tiA»KLi) ere. 10& 

!HE8TBRPiftLD| C|«rt| tl t|< f^MIVMMI^Ii (IS54.) Rev. 
iam Brill jle M|»8 on Sund at iO|; on HDa at 9; Evng 

ti hftlf ol^ tfie year, and at ^ t!i6 oth^r half. 

Glossop, Mancheslef, ftll SaiAft*. (l»3i*y.) Very Ret. 
►dorerahoti PahV#1, aftd Rev. Bryan O'Donilell. ' 
L i Hutssop, BnWw^il, ftU |6aimtt\ (1818.) ftev. J. Nic- 
i (Missionary. RcQtor). 

ifflfMefwn^/BAkftiriELt, $t #Riej«e!*4. (1806.) R^V. P. 
)watl. 

^«irA/i7&,Stock4)ort,St.ittar»*«. (1843-5.) Rev. F. Paullfi^. 
fount St Ilfarf/\ CheiJterfield, tltttrj W !>f IftliftkhlUlte 
^epttrtl. (1844-*.) Missidtttr Rtr. Ffelix I*Dt)le. 

LElfcftStfeR*MlftE.--Pop«l«idi1, 234,9ft«. 

LciCESXER^- Wellinftori-sfreet, A0I9 tfuHUI. (l81Wd.) 
Rev. W. T. Nickolds (Prov. O.S,D.), and Revv. t. A^ 

i, ^c. Mass on Sund at 8 and 10^ ; Rosary and tnstr«ct at 

^ Serm ana j^enedic at 6|. On HDa Mass at 1^ and 10|-. 

r Devs aiid Benedic at 8» On other dAys, Mass at ? ahd 8| $ 

r Devs at 8. 

LsHBY-DE-LA-Zpi:cH. ScTvcd from St. Bernard's Aboe/. 

Harrow, Loughborongh, §^1 1BilUn% (1839s) Served from 

rhborongh. 

iosworth HaU, Welford> Rev. Edward Whitehousei 

ioiiStt^N bAssctt (l8^0>) First Siincl. bf month. Rer. J. 

• 

1. 1 f:flf*/fp^tf, ^Melton Mowhray. (1708.) Rev. J. Canon 
(Missionary Recfor), , . • .^ 

■ Grace Dieu Manor, Asliby-de-la-Zoiich, |^t. ^atS*9. 
7.) Rev. Nicholas LorraHT. 

: HiNCKi«ti it. ^e^H H^We^. \\itk.) Very Rev. S. 
Voctor, Prior, O.S.D. On 8tiH'd annl BDi Mmb at 8 and 
Evng'Serv'at 6.' On WDs MaGss at 8v 
lolt^ Market Harborough. Served from &«idefct«t« 
. LouoHBORouoH^ Sbt Aarg's. (1835.^ Rev. Andrew £||ktill 
) on Sund at 8 and 10| ; Catechat3|; Evng Sett at 6|. 
IDs Mass at 5^ and 8. Serm and Benedic at 8 p.m. Mass 
rDsat7j. V 

IeltoA Mid^ftiAt; (iSIO.) Very Rev. JeremM DVd^Hn, 

laicUffe, Loughbbrbtigl^i Cdi^te •€ tje iMmtSUSt ftlflfcreps 
. (1847.) .Rev.. Peter Hnltom 

t. Bernard's Ahhey, LougUborOuf hi (ie37-44i.) Right Rev. 
er Burder, Abhof. 

HEPSHED, Sbt. 5!aai!lll^*i.. » Rev. p. Luhet 
TAt^mcit, Ash%y«lie4s^mich> jp^olf €r«fi\ tl^37:) Served 
Mount St. Bernavt %y fievs t«%ef ifliSliffil Olski 



104 DIOCESK OP NOTTINGHAM. 

LINCOLNSHIRE.— Population, 400,266. 

t Lincoln, No. 18 Silver- street, ||bj^ Jlo|ll t|e lto]>ttftt Ottll 
Jl0|ll tj^e SbanigeItftt'0. Rev. John Holden. 

Barton-on-Humber. Rev. John Lawrence Bur^. 

t Boston, S^t Mattt'i* (1827.) Rev. John Rigby. 

Briog. (1815.) Rev. H. Swale. 

Corby, near Grantham, ^ux 1^*0 Ot M^WXt ^ttXth 
Very Rev. John Canon Gascoyne. Mass on Sund and H Ds at 
10. 

Gainsborough. Served from Brigg. Mass on every alter- 
nate Sund at 10}. V and Evng Serv at 6|. A Suud School 
from 9 to 10| a.m., and from 2 to 4} p.m. 

t Grantham, Jbt 4itars*0. (1832-33.) Very Rev. Thomas 
Canon Tempest Mass on Sund at 10|. OnHDs, not falling 
on a Sat, at 9. When on a Sat at 7}. 

Great Grimsby. Rev. George Bent« Mass on Sund at 
10}. Instruct at 3, and in winter evng serv at 6}. 

This Mission is almost entirely destitute of every requirement, 
having neither chapel, mission-house, or school. The bare men- 
tion of such a fact, it is hoped, will induce the charitably dis- 
posed to lend a helping hand. 

HairUon, Wragby, J^t. iTtatWfe Of *al«*. (1836.) Very 
Rev. Francis Canon Cheadle, D.D. Mass at 10 on Sund and 
HDs. 

R. Louth, Jjbt ittats's. Rev. H. Hall (Missionary Rector). 

Market Raisen, P^olfi Kooll Cts^eL (1823.) Rev. Thomas 
Clarke. 

Osgodby^ Market Raisen. ,Rev. James King. 

f Stampord. Rev. T< J. O'Connor. 

Ecclesiastical Statiitics qfihe Diocese. 

Vn^^h^ S ^^ *^® Mission 33 \ .^ 

rnests I .jj Communities 14/ * • • ' • *' 

Churches and Chapels ...•..• 42 
Colleges, viz.: • • . 2 

St. Mary's and Ratclifie. 

Religious Houses (of Men), viz.: . • • « • 3 

Cistercians St. Bernard's Abbey. 

Dominicans Hinckley. 

Institute of Charity •• .. Ratcliffe. 

Convents of Religious Women, viz. : 4 

Sisters of Mercy, Our B. Lady's \ v*.f*:««i.o.« 
i St John's I Nottingham. 

■ .. •• Derby. 

' Providence • • • » Loughborough. 

- Charity of St Paul • • Glossop. 



XII. DIOCESE OF BIRMINGHAM. 

ComprebeDdlng Oxfordshirej Staffordshire^ Warwickshirri atd 

Worcestershire. 

Population^ 1,407,510« 

^AtROR AAlHf Ot THE DIOCESE. 

Oilr Blessed Lady conceived without liiii 8th Deo« 

Bigbt Rev. WILLIAM BERNARD ULLATHORNE, O.8.B., 
Bishop; consecrated June 21 ^ 1646; translated from Hattt* 
20Oa, Sept. 39| 1850. Residenct) Bishop's Houta, BbMing- 

ham. 

Vl(SABfe«GilffiRAL. 

Very ReV. Honn\gMf Hettry Weedall, D.Di, Mf. Mary*^ Colfog^ 

Osoott. 
George JefirieSi Bishop's Houses Birmingham. 

CuAFtER or THi: Diooata* 

taovOsT*. 

Very Rev. MonsigttOf Henry Weeclall, D.l)., V.G. 

Canons. 

Rev. Edward Hud^eston, ?•« Rev< John K« Donna. 

niientiarv. ■ James Jeffries. 
-^-^ Roddfph fittgflall. James F. Jones. 



Henty feichmohd. — =— George Jeffries, V.fl. 



—— George Morgan, Theo- — Thos. Flanagan, 
logian, D.D. •— Edgar Estcourt. 

VieARS FoRAll< 

0«lfordehir9*-^TUv, Wm. Tandy, D.D* 

Staffordshire, — Rev. J. K. Duttna, Canon^ 

Warttfiek9hirt*»^R9t, 

Worcestershire. — Rev. Thartias Flahagati, CaAoiii V«F« 

PafiSiDisivfft of CoVfrUKtaeti, 

St. Mttry^s College, Oscott-r-ybty Eev. H. Weedall, D.tt. 

V.O., Ptt)vd8t. 
Bedgi^ jPttfit.— Rev. G. Rolfe. 
Creswell* — Rev. J. K. Dunne, V.I*., Canon. 
I^eitmingtoik. — Rev. J. JeffVles, Canon. 
Awt*«ry.«-Rer. Wm; Tandy, D.D.,. V.f . 
iyorc«*ter.— Rev. Thomas Flanagan, Canon, V.P. 
bishop's Secretary.-^ Rev. Edgar Estcourt, Canon, Bishop's 
Htmse, Birminghain. ^ 

WAftWlCtSHlfefi.— Population, 479,4M. 

BtftlffiNOHAM, Cathedral Church of jH.C|ll^. (ISSMW 
:ight Rev.Bishoptniathorne. Very Rev. G. Jeffries, Canon, V.G., 

E 



96 D10CE8E OP CLIFTON. 

Fairpord, Hbt. Cfimnafi of Canter^ii;*0. (1845.) Served 
from Cirenceater tbe second Siuiday of every month. 

Kemerton, Tewkesbury, jbt ISmiiet*0. (18th July 1843.) 
Rev. Peter Ridgway, O.S.B. 

Nympsfield. Served from Woodcbester by Father Utili. 

Mass on Sund and H Ds at 10|. 

Stroud, HHnui ot t^t immotnlaU ^ETimceptton. Served from 
Woodchester by Father Bernard, 4 Albert-buildings. 

Mass on W Ds at 8. On Sand and H Ds at 10^. Catech at 
3. Serm and Benedic at 6|. 

SwiNDOK. Served from Cirencester the first Sunday of every 
month, at 10|. 

Visitation Convent, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, Cfiurell Of tit 
inniiacttlate CoiueyttHtl. (8th Dec. 1835.) Rev. Abb^ Maes. 

Woodchester, near Stroud, |^t. 4ffars*i llrtors ot\^ 2lniltltt- 

' rtetiow. (1847-49.) Very Rev. J. D. Aylward, Prior, O.S.D. ; 

Rev. F. Austin Maltus, Sub-Prior; Rev. FF. J. B. Morewood, 

Paul Utili, Damian Borgoguo, Mary Joseph Gerard, Albert 

Buckler, and Frederick Trenow, O.S.D. 

Mass on Sund at 6^, 8 and 9. High Mass at 10|. Catech, 
V and Benedic at 3. Ros, Comp and Serm at 6. Mass daily 
at 6i and 8. Comp with the Salve every evng at 6. On Thurs, 
Benedic; Frid, Stations; Sat, Litany, &c. Procession on 1st 
Sund of every month. 

Woodchester Park. Served from the Priory. 



SOMERSETSHIRE.—Populatiou, 456,237. 

t Bath, Pierrepont-street, jbt J|o]|n t|e (EBbOtlgelfet't. (3d 
Dec. 1809.) Revv. J. C. Worsley and Rev. Laurence Shepherd, 

, Montpellier, gbt 4lats'0. Very Rev. Provost 

Brindle. 

Bedminster. Served from Clifton. 

Bonham House, Stourton, Wilts. Rev. Thos. Wassail, O.S.B. 

t Bridobwatkr, Jbt JIO0epll*0. (1846.) Very Rev. Canon 
Th. Rooker, jun. 

\ Cannington, Bridgewater. (1831.) Rev. James Dawson. 

Downside College, Bath, J^t. ^regorff'tf. (1823.) Rev. J. A. 
Morral], O.S.B. On Sund and HDs Mass at 7| and 8, and 
High Mass at 10|. V at 3}. Mass on other days at 8^. 

Frome. (1851.) Rew. Richard Ward and Ed. Williams. 

Midford Castle^ Bath, C^itrtt Of tjf ImmaoiIoU Cm»eptum. 

(May 3, 1826-1827.) Very Rev. Charles Canon Parfitt. 

^ t Shepton Mali.et, ». J|{(|oto'i. (1801-1804.) Very 

Rev. Thomas Canon Shattock. 



CHURCHES, CHAFEL8, &C. 97 

t Shortwood, Temple Cloud, Bristol, jbl JKid^I'^. (15th 
May 1806.) Rev. T. M. McDonnell. 

t Taunton, Jjbt Qfeorge*ft. (1821.) Rev. John Mitchell. 

; — , Conbmtofottril^SOf Bolovrs. (1808.) Revv. 

John Jenkins and Canon Vals. 



WILTS.— Population, 241,003. 

Salisbury, g^t 4^muv^'§. (1847-48.) Rev. H. J. Green. 

On Sund and HDs ^fa8s at 10^. V on Sund at 3, on HDs 
at 7 P.M. On Sund Catechet Instruct at 3^. On W Ds Mass at 
9. Confessions every mrng before Mass, and on Sat and the 
eves of festivals from 4 p.m. till 10. Benedic on Thurs at 7. 
Rosary on Sat evngs at 8. 

Swindon. • Served from Fairford. 

t Wardour Castle, Salisbury, 011 Jbatlttf'. (1776.) Revr. 
Henry W. Walmsley and Ralph Cooper, S.J. 

Chippenham. Served from Frome. 



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Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese, 

Priests—On Missions 

„ At Downside • . • 

„ At Woodcfaester . 

„ At Convents 
Churches and Chapels 
Stations • • . • . 

Colleges • . , . . , 

St Gregory's, Downside. 
Religious Houses (of Men), viz : • 

Benedictines Somersetshire, Downside. 

Dominicans Gloucestershire, Woodchester. 

Convents of Religious Women, viz : ... 5 

Sisters of Mercy Gloucestershire, / ^'gK^^j^*"**' 

Dominicans ■ Clifton. 

Order of the Visitation . . . . ' Sales House. 

Franciscans Somersetshire, Taunton. 

Sieter, of the Good Shepherd { ^^'uiiSgl^ 

Church building at Cheltenham. Subscriptions earnestly re- 
quested. 



SOCIETy FOR THE RELIEF (fP INFIflll PHIBiSTS 
IN THE Ct^JFTON DIOQIESB. 

There formerly existed in tlie Western Distrigt a fund for the relief 
of such poor Priests as, from oW age or other infirmity, were no longer 
able to live by the altar they had served. The want of such a flind has 
been deeply felt, and it is our object to revive it ; in fact, a sum of 
money has been already bequeathed for the purpose. 

We can scarcely oonceive a work move truly useful and charitable 
than this ; for Priests ought surely to have some provision against old 
age and in^mity ; and it ?ould not be expected or wished' that they 
unould either Ipe always, even to the very last moment of their liyes, 
battling with extreme want, pr should contrive to wring enough Qut of 
the meagre resources of theip ministry to supply not only food and rai- 
Bfient for the present, but also this neoassai^ provision for the future. 
AH who are acquainted with the pecuniary condition of our Missions 
will know that we are not exaggerating their poverty; Mid we have, 
9Qns^ueot}y» pome plaiin on tije laity for aisistance towards this fund. 

All Priests of the Diqcese «re alike ^nvi^ed to bepomq memberit of 
our Society, though the Secular Clerg^y ar^ ipore especially copsidf red, 
because, as a matter of course, they can have no share in the provision 
so properly made by the religious bodies for their own members. In 
fact, it would be well to correct, in some decree, this apparent anomaly : 
that the Secular Clergy should, in temporals, oe so much worse pro- 
vided for in their old age than their religious brethren. 

Earnestly, then, and lovingly, we commend this eharity to all friends 
of the Clergy-*-to aU, indeed, who esteem "tlie Ubouper worthy of his 
hire," even though his life be prolonged beyond kia power to labq^r ; 
and we have only to add, that, in grateful return for all thurityi the 
Holy .Sacrifice will be gftered up every year by pach of tjie ret* mom<* 
bers for all benefactors, living and dead ; and every donor to the amoni)t 
of 10/. and upwards shall have, besides, one Mass o£^red up on his be- 
half by every one of the members. 



FpuniNANp English, Tregfurer 

ati4 ^^cretary 
F. Neve 
R. Ward 



K Committee of 
Mimagentent, 



N.B. Further particulars may be gbtajped .qf the ViHPy R^v, Fre- 
derick N*VE, at the Bishop's Hou§^, Clifton i or of the Very Rev. 
Ferdk^AVP BNGLi|ii, P.D„ 4( CanpingtQU, pear 3ri(lg«Wftt«r i ftnd 
doptiotis tQ thi Society will be gratefully received by either. 

Bequests may be left in the following form : 

*< i, A. 1^,^ d» bequAMth ta the Very Rev. Feboinavd Snolmh, B.D., 
of Caunington, near Bridgewater, Secretary , or to the ikcretwr^for 
the time beings of the Institution called * The Society for the Relief of 

Infirm Priests in the Clifton Diocese,' the sum of -____ 

for the benefit of that Institution ; and I direct that the same shall be 
paid out of my personal estate, and not out of my real estate, or chat- 
tels real:' 



CHURCUE8| CUAPCXiSi^ &C. ^^ 



X. piOCESE OF PIiYMOyiH, 

Compr«liending Devonshire, Dorsetahire, an4 Coniw9lI| 

with the Sciliy Islands. 

Population, 1,106^466. 

Right Rev. WILLIAM VAUaHAN, Bfshqp; consecrated 
Sept. 16, 1855, at the Holy Apostles, Clifton, hy Cardinal 
lyiiejnaQ* E^sidenpe, 2 Victori^-placf, ^tenehoute, Plymouth. 

Rev. Neil William Talbot, Bishop'* Secretary. 



Cathedral Chapter. 
Very Rev. George Oliver, D.D., Provost, 

Canons. 

Very Rev. Roh«rt Piatt, Very Rev. Hon. William CliC 

— , r Ralph Prindlf • ford, D,D., Th«ologiai|. 

Herbert A. WooUett, William S. Agar. 

Penitentiary, i^. - ..^..t* u « JpllB R* Shortland. 
I4aurrc^ P9wer. 



■ i"^ r .» 



D£VONSHIR£.r^Population, 572,207. 

f Plymouth, ^tonehouse, $^t» i|l9lt)'0* (20tb P^c. 1807.) 
The Lord Bishop, Very Rev, Herbert C&Pon WooUett; Revv, 
Richard Sphofteid^ Edward ^indey^r, Jo^^ph Qunn, §ii4 Neil 
William Talbot. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 8 and 9 ^for the aoldie^s), and 
High Mass at 11. Catech at 2^. Instruct and Benedict! ^|« 
Mass d§ily at 8 4od 9. 

t BxfcTEB, s^t K«5oiM'« f riorj. (179Q— 6t|i ^^. 1702,) 

ReV. James Epcles, 3>J. 

AxMiNSTER, Stt- filWCH^t- (l^th Ai)g, 1831.) Rev, Jphn 
Toohey. Mass on Sund and H Ds at 10}, WDs at 9, ^vng Sery 
on Sund and HPs Qkt 3. 

Barnstaple, CDntrfl 0(t]|eImnUlfltIatrCp1iee][lt(0)lt (Qp6f)o4 
24th October 1855.) Mass on Sund and H Ds at 11. ^vng Pri 
Lect and Benedic at 6^. On Mond Mass at 9. 

FoUaton House, Totnes. (1801.) Very Rev. Robert Canon 
Piatt. Mass on Sund at 11 ; on HDs at 10 ; on WDs at 8^. 

Tawslockf Barnstaple, (9th Dec. 1827.) Very Rev. R. 
(IdiK^n BrindU. 

T^iavMouTii, 4^1: ISIctttfiH EaDiff attlribt. C|irlM'0. (1854.) 
Rev. Charles Lomax, S.J. Mail en 9und tt 10. Aftn Scrv with 
P^ned^at3« Qp H P« Mw 4l 9, on W Oi at SI. 

Tiverton, ibt JoSit'0. (1137.) Vacunt. 



100 blUCESE or PLYMOUTH. 

t Torquay, Cfltttcfl Ot t|e flMttm^tioit. (Feb. 17, 1854.) 
Very Rev. M. J, Canon Power. 

UghrookBy Chudleigh, Jbt. Csprtan'0. Rev. Henry Brigham, 
S.J. Mass on Sund at 10. Attn Serv with Benedic at 3. On 
H Ds Mass at 9, on W Ds at 8i. 



DORSETSHIRE.— Population, 177,597. 
t Bridport, Ibl^. mars bxCH Catl^rrine't. (1845— 22d July 

1846.) Rev. Patrick F. Cass. 

Mass on Sund at 10| and HDs at 10. Evng. Serv at 3. 
Mass on W Ds at 9. 

f Chideock. Rev. Michael Sinnot, O.S.B. 

Mass on Sund and HDs at 10. V and Catech Instruct 
and Benedic at 4. On Thursd evngs Devs of the Coufrat 
of the M. P. Blood. Instruct and Benedict 1st Sund of the 
month. Devs of the Bona Mors, Mass on WDs at 9. 

iLulworth Castle, Wareham, S^t. ^arg's. (1790.) Rev. 
Robert Havers, S.J. 

t Lyme, Jib J^.|iiluf|l»lanlr<Seot8e'0. (27th Aug. 1837.) Rev. 
Walter Buckle. Mass on Sund and HDs at 10^. Prayers and 
Benedic at 3. 

t Mamhull Blandford. (3d July 1802.) Rev. W. Casey. 

t Poole, Jbt fSiBX^*%> (Opened July 16, 1839.) Rev. Joseph 
Parke. Mass on Sund and HDs at lOj^. V and Benedic on 
Sund at 6 ; and on HDs at 7. Mass on WDs at 8. 

t SpetUbnry, Blandford, Cj^utci of t(e Iminarttlate Coitcepttoit. 
(8th Sept. 1830.) Very Rev. W. S. Canon Agar and — Capron. 

Mass on Sund at a J before 7, and High Mass on Sund And 
HDs at 9^. 

t Stapehilly Wimborne, <Sonbent ot Ottt H. HalTfi Ot IBolOtttB. 
(1847— July 16, 1851.) Rev. Francis A. Hawkins, O.C. High 
Mass on Sund and HDs at 10, preceded by English prayers, and 
followed by an Instruct. V at 4 in sum. and 3 in wint., after 
which Benedic, the living Rosary, and an Instruct. 

t Weymouth, Sbt flttgttftine's. (1833— 22d Oct 1835.) Rev. 
Thomas Martin Hoskins. Mass on Sund and HDs at 11. On 
WDs at 8i. 



CORNWALL.— -Population, 356,662. 

Bodmin, Jj^t. JKari^'t. (24th Sept/ 1846.) Very Rev. John 
Rutherford Canon Shortland. Mass on Sund at 1 1 . Aftn serv 
at 3. Mass on HDs and WDs at 8. 

t Camborne. Rev. Richard Mansfield. Mass on Sund at 
lOi; on HDs at 9; on WDs at 8. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 101 

t Falmouth, C^tttci of imt Iiltmacttlate Eal%. (1821.) Rev. 
James Carey. Mass on Sund at 10| ; on HDs and WDs at 8|. 

V at 6i. 

t Llanheme, St. Columb, Jblb* Jfmteyll aitlT ftttnt'0. (24th 
Oct. 1797.) Rev. Patrick Walsh. Mass on Sund at 10; on HDs 
at 9. Evng serv at 3. 

Penzance, Cltttr) Of t|e illlllUinilste Coitteytioit. (26th Oct. 
1843.) Rev. William Laffan. Mass on Sund and HDs at 10}. 

V Instruc and Benedic at 6. Mass on WDs at 8. 

t Trelawnyy Sclerder, Liskeard, Polperro, <^r llalTS Of lig)t. 
Rev. Luke Kelly. High Mass on Sund at 10. Catech, V and 
Benedic at 2|. Mass on WDs at 8. Thurs evng Benedic at 5|. 

LisKEARD. Served from Sclerder. Mass once a month at 8 ; 
and every alternate Sund serv at 7 p.m. 



RURAL DEANERIES. 

1. Devonshire: 

Dean^ Very Rev. Canon Brindle. 
Place of conference — Exeter, 

2. Dorsetshire: 

Dean, Very Rev, Canon Woollett, 
Place of conference — Poole, 

3. Cornwall : 

Dean, Rev. P. Walsh. 

Place of conference — Camborne. 



Eedeaiastical Slalutict of the Dioceie. 

Priests on the Missions « .28 

Churches and Chapels 26 

Convents of Religious Women, viz. : 3 

Teresians Llanheroe, ComwalL 

. ^. . f Spetasbury House, Dorset- 

Augustmians j \^^ 

Cistercians Stapehill, Dorsetshire. 

Cathedral Church building at Plymouth. The first stone was laid 
upon the 28th of June 1856. 



Idi i)^e^se b^ J^ot'ffKbiiAW. 



XI. DlOCESfi OF NOTTINGHAM. 

Lincolnshire, alid tlutlandshiife. 
Population, l)20e)€l&i 

Our Blesstd Ltidy corteeiVed t^illiotit lift, eiT» D«€i 

. B. ttitflii 8.C., irth Nbv. 

Ri^tllevt RICHARD ROSKEIili, JBietiop; eonsecrated iii.iire 
CAlhedrel) September 31, 1959, by his Eminence Canlinal 
Wiseman. Residence^ St. BarnabaA'gi Kottiaghftm* 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. James Jones* Proypst. Very Rev, Thomas Sin?. 

■ Francis Gh#ai^i&, S.b * '' Joseph Daniel. 

Canon Penitentiary. . — -_James Griffin, 

. John Gastoyne, Canoti Theoiogian. 

James Waterworth. — * = — John Joseph Miil- 

— — Theodore Fauvel. liga.n, Sec. to iheClvapter. 

Thomas Tempest. Jo'sepii Bick. 



The prefix R. denotes th^i the thank is et S^issimmry Red or if. 



Population, 294,438. 

f Nottingham, Cathedral Church of, J^t. ISat1ta!ia&*0. 
(1842-4.) B^evv. ^'ohn fos. Cnnon Mulligan, James Canon 
Griffin, and George Johnson. 

„ + Newark, Tariiament-street, fylfi Wi^ttt* Ve?y Hitr. 
ISmd^ Caifon Water^^rth. 

Oldcoates, n-fear Workgt)p: IW^. P. HalleV^ St$« hba?S M 
service, p. !^4* 

f Wtyki««f , IWi #»(lfi*». (1838-40.) Very Rev. James 
Canon Jones. «_«« 

OBRB YS H {RE'.^Popukrt^^ ^m,m. 

R. t Derby, Sbt. tSUkV)^]% CJurrf}. (l^88-&.) V^evy ftisv?. 
Thomas Canon Sing (Missionary Rector), and Joseph Canon 
Daniel, and Rev. Michael Gogarty. Masses on Sund at 8, 9|, 
and 11. Vat 3, and Evng Serv at 6|. On PIDs Masses at 
5^, 8, and 11. Evng Serv on Sund at 8. Daily Mass at 8. 

AsHBURNE. Rev. R. Raby. 

Birdholme, Served from Mount St. Mary's College. 

Buxton, Jbt. atttte'8. Rev. Edward M*Greavy. Mass on 
Sund at 11. Evng Serv at 6. Mass daily at 8. 



CHE8TEikVi«LD^ Ct^l^ ^ t|c littllll«(tetillfli (1154.) Rev. 
William Brindle Mass on Sund at io}; on HDs at 9; Evng 
Pti al 6 lirif sir t!ie year, and al S th^ othet half. 

t Glossopy Manchester, ftll Uai'ft!*'. (1»34*?.) Very Ref. 
Theodore TJiiti on FihVel, aftd Rev. Bryan O'Donrtell. ' . 

R. YHeigsop, Bnk^lin?!!, %\\ ^tim\ (1818.) »6v. ^. Nic- 
kolds (Missionary. Rector). 

t #flMefsai^,'BAkfctrEtt, Uf. jllttDdrf'i. (1806.) ftet. P.. 
Le Dreatu 

New Millii,%toc\i:pox\,SittSiat^%, (1843-5.) Rev. F. Paul fft?. 

Monni i^f. Mary's, Chesiterfield, ©ititrj bf tttt IMlitktillate 
(bMte^td^. <1844.^.) MissicHter Rer. F^lix t^)ble. 



LEtc88tfeftSMlftE.-=i*oftfl5ltidi1, 234,SW. 

^ t LtiCESTfEiv- WellJMtdri-streef, J^filj|) tftOWl. (1818-19.) 
Very Rev. W. T. Nlckolds (Prov. O.S»D.), and ftevv. f. A% 
Dei^t, 4>^c. Mass on Sund at 8 and 10^ ; Rosary and tnstmct at 
3; V Serm and feenedic at 6j.. On HDs Mass at ? and \Q\\ 
Evng Devs and Benedic at 8b On other dd^'s, Mass at ? ahd 8| ; 
tvng Devs al 8. 

AsHBY-DE-LA-ZoccH. Scrvcd from SI. Bernard's Ahoe/. 

BarYew, Loughborough, j^l. ^XlMii (1839s) Berved from 
Loughborough. 

Bosworth Hall, Welford* Rev. Edward WWtehousei 

CotsTON bAssET. (l840») Firsl Suncl. of ntoiith. Rev. J. 
feict. 

R. t -Ea^ftPf//,, Melton MowWay, (1798.) Rev. J. tknon 
Bick (Missionary ftec£or). ,. . 

t Grace Dieu Manor, ASnby-de-la-Zouch, J^t. /Sat^'tf. 
(1837.) Rev. Nicholas Lorratn. 

ft HiNCKcftt, 1^. #eHt*« ♦Wfff. tl*8*0 Very Rev. S. 
A. Proctor, Prior, O.S.D. On Siitt'd atHi 11 Dt IkftM at 8 and 
16; Evng'SetvTftt 6.* On WDs Klafes at »v 

Holt, Market Harborough. Served from Leieefctef. 

t.LouoHBORouoH^ Ibt ^at8*0. (1835..) Rev. Andrew Bgfkfii 
Mass on Sund at 8 and 10^ ; Catechiit3|t £vn^ Sert at 6^. 
On HDs Mass at 5| and 8. Serm and Benedic at 8 p.m. Mass 
ion WDs at 7i. 

MeltoA MbVftAAti (i Wo.) Very Rev. JeremHA Dvtl^an, 
D.D. ^^„ 

RatcUffe, LoughbmT!)\i**yi, Coilfge Of tje WWttftlRlft €!flRfeip5 
ffon. . (1847.) .Rev.. Peter Hnltom 

St. Bernard's Ahhey, LougUborbttf h'* (ie37-44i,) Rifbi Rev. 
Father Burder, Abbot. 

Shepshed, fbX- ?ffiBillflM*0.' * Rev* F. Luket 

Whitwick, A8hbyt*i*4«*&0?uch>.ftolt ^Wfjh t^*87:) Served^ 
from Mount St. Bernaf€ 1^^ Kev: rw!k^ l^fSim Bisk: 



104 DIOCEfK OP NOTTINOHAM. 

LINCOLNSHIRE.— Population, 400,266. 

t Lincoln, No. 18 Silver-street, fbi^ Jlo|lt t|e Vo^ttft aKH 
lo|ll t|f fibangelu»t'0. Rev. John Holden. 

Barton'On-H UMBER. Rev. John Lawrence Burge. 

t Boston, it fSULttt'§. (1827.) Rev. John Rigby. 

Brioo. (1815.) Rev. H. Swale. 

CoRBT, near Orantuam, ^nx M^*% of iKottitt Carmel. 
Very Rev. John Canon Oascoyne. Mass on Sund and H Ds at 
10. 

Gainsborough. Served from Brigg. Mass on every alter- 
nate Sund at 10|. V and £vng Serv at 6|« A Suad School 
from 9 to 10| a.m., and from 2 to 4| p.m. 

t Grantham, fbt 4itoS*<. (1832-33.) Very Rev. Thomas 
Canon Tempest Mass on Sund at 10|. OnHDs,not falling 
on a Sat, at 9. When on a Sat at 7|. 

Great Grimsbt. Rev. George Bent. Mass on Suiid at 
10}. Instruct at 3, and in winter evng serv at 6|. 

This Mission is almost entirely destitute of every requirement, 
having neither chapel, mission-house, or school. The bare men- 
tion of such a fact, it is hoped, will induce the charitably dis- 
posed to lend a helping hand. 

Hainton, Wragby, Sbt jTraneii Ot Jbalw*. (1836.) Very 
Rev. Francis Canon Cheadle, D.D. Mass at 10 on Sund and 
HDs. 

R. Louth, Sbt fSULVJS!*%, Rev. H. Hall (Missionary Rector). 

Market Raisen, I^Iq lEUoH €1^9^!* (1823.) Rev. Thomas 
Clarke. 

Osgodby, Market Raisen. «Rev. James King. 

t Stampord. Rev. T< J. O'Connor. 

Eeclewutical Statiitim of the Diocese, 

T> .^„.. f <^^ *^« Mission 33 1 -,, 

™«**« \ in Communities 14/ • • • * • *' 

Churches and Chapels •..•... 42 

Colleges, viz. : , . 2 

St. Mary's and Ratcliffe. 

Religious Houses (of Men), viz, :•••.. 3 

Cistercians •• •• •• St Bernard's Abbey. 

Dominicans Hinckley. 

Institute of Charity .. •• Ratcliffe. 

Convents of ReUgious Women, viz. : 4 

SUtet. of Mercy, 0^j^j^,f ''»}Nottinglumi. 

*' .. •• Derby. 

- Providence . • ,p Loughborough. 

— - Charity of St. Paul . . Glossop. 



XII. DIOCESE OF BIRMINGHAM. 

Compreiiending Oxfordehirei Staffordshire^ Warwickshirei attil 

Worcestershire. 

Population^ lj407,510« 

l^AtRON ilAllft O^ THE I>IOCESE. 

Oitr Blessed Lady conceived without sini 8th Deo* 

Right Rev. WILLIAM BERNARD ULLATHORNE^ O.6.B., 
Bishop ; consecrated June 31^ 1846 ; trantlaied from Het«* 
lena, Sept. 39| 1850. Retidenoe, Bidhop't Houie, Birming- 
ham. 

Vicabs^GAnriial. 

Very ReV. Momlftmr Hetiry W^edall, 0,D», Hi. Mary's Colkg^, 

Oscott. 
George JefirieSi Bishop's Houstf Birmingham. 

CuAPtER of TH£ DlOOBSBt 
t*ROtOsf. 

Very Rev. MonsigHOf Henry Weedall, D.l)., V.G. 

Canons. 

Rev. Edward Huddleston, Pt« Rev. John K^ Dunne. 

nitentiary. — James Jeffries. 

-^ — =• Roddfph fiftgtiall. James F. Jones. 

Henty ilichmond. — ^ — George Jeffries, V.G. 

George Morgan, Theo- — — Thos. Flanagan. 

logian, D.b. « Edgar l^sicourt. 

VieARS FoRAN« 

Ottfqrdehir9,-^K9Yt Wm. Tandy, V.Ds 
Staffordshire, — Rev. J. K. Dunne, Canon^ 

Worcestershire, — Rey. Thmnas Flanagan, CrUoiIi V«F.' 

Pilitkoeiffl oP CalKFitLtHttA. 

St. Mittfy^s College, Oscott.r^'Vht^ &ev. H. WeedaU, D.tt. 

V.O., Provost. 
Bedffk^ Ptith.-^VitV. G. Rolfe. 
Creswell. — Rev. J. K. Dunne, V.B"., Canon. 
Ledfninfftofi.-^Rev, J. JeffHes, Canon. 
B«m*«ry."'Rev. Wm. Tandy, D.D.,,V.]f'. 
Worcester, — Ret. Thomas Flanagan, Canon, V.P. ^ 
Bishop's Secretary. -^R6v. Bdgar EstcourC, Canon, Bishop^a 
House^ Birmihghaln. 

WAftWlCtSHiftfi— topulatiott. 479,47d. 
BtRlciNbHAu, Cathedral Church at pU €^> (1839:4U 
Right Rev. BishoptJllathome. Very Rev. G. Jeffries, Canon, V.G.» 

E 



106 DXOCBSE OF BIRMINQHAM. 

Revv. E. Estcourt, Canon. M. O'Sulliyan, H, Formby, Louis 
Groom, and Henry Souter. 

Birmingham, J^t. 9^tet'0, St. Peter's-place. (About 1786, 
enlarged in .1802, and in 1825.) Revv. Bernard I vers and 
Charles Bowen. 

Mass on Sund at 8| and 11. Catech Instruc. at 3. V 
Benedic and Serm at 6]^ p.m. On HDs Mass at 7| and 10. 
V and Benedic at 7^ p.m. On WDs Mass at 7 1 and 8|« 
Benedic and short Discourse on Wedn at 7^ p.m. 

, Convent of 0vit UalJa of fiUttJif Hands^ 

worth. Rev. William Ghrosvenor. 

Mass on Sund at 7^, and High Mass at 10|. V Catech 
Instruc and Benedic at 3^ p.m. 

, Oratory of S^t 9Wi9 9'ttU Hagley-road, 

Edghaston. (1849.) Very Rev. J. H. Newman, D.D. 

, fbt' 2llWie'<» Alcester-street. Rev. John Wyse. 

, Jbt. Jlicijolas', Park-street. (1847.) Rev. 

John Sherlock. Mass on Sund at 8 and 10^. School and 
Catech at 2|. Baptisms at 4. Evng Serv at 7. Mass on 
WDs at 8 in winter and 7^ in summer. 

, Jbt. JfO0ept'0f Cemeteryt Necheirs-green. 
Served from St. Chad's. 

Abhot'a Salfordy^^e^dim. (1837- — .) Rev. James Doherty. 

Atherstone. Convent of 0ui: Blesdedr Hairs ot tf^t Hosats- 
(1841.) Revv. John Perry and Fa, Joseph Portley, Ord. 
Praed. 

Av<m Dassett, Jbt JfO0$p5*», Banbury, Rev. William 
O'Grady. 

Baddesley Clinton, Knowle, Sbtfftantiti Of ^(Mfei'fi. (1800.) 
Rev. Bartholomew Crosbie. Mass on Sund at 10. On H.Ds at 
8. Evng Serv on Sund at 6. 

t SraileSf Shipston-on-Stour, JbJ^. ^etet: atllT Vours. (1726, 
enlarged 1834.) lie v. James Duckett. 

t Coventry, C^Utc]^ of tje ^0«t iftolj? ^OCtamsnt, Hill- 
street. (1843-45.) Revv. Ralph Pratt and T. C. Smith, 
t Coughton Court, Broomsgrove. Rev. F. R. Davis. 

Erdington, Ji)|b. Clomas mtlr <2?2rmunlr of €anteriuts'0. 

(1848-50.) Rev. Daniel Haigh. 

f Foxcote, Shipston-on-Stour. (1813.) Rev. A. Lempfried. 

t Hampton-on-Hilly Warwick, Jj^t. Cj^atleS BotTOmeo'S. 
(1819, enlarged 1830.) Rev. Thos. Longman. 

Kenilworth, Jbt. S(U0t(n'0. Rev. John Walker. 

t Leamington Priors, ^t. Veter'0. (1841.) Rev. James 
Jeffiries, Canon. 

Nuneaton, JSt ;^at»'«. (1838-40.) Rev. F. P. Sablon. 
Mass on Sund at lOJ. Rosary and Catech at 3. Complin 
Serm and Benedic at 6. On HDs Mass at 8i. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, &C. 107 

Princethorpe, Coventry, S^t fSULVti'% IPtiotff. (1837.) Rer. 
Charles Comberbach. 

t Rbdditch, H^t Hairs of ^ount CartneFd. (1S34.) Rev. 

James Kendal. 

Rugby, S^t. ^larie'0» Dunchurch-road. (1847.) Rev v. Rich- 
ard Richardson and Michael Garelli. On Sund and HDs High 
Mass and Serm at 10}. Catech at 2 j. V Benedic and Serm at 
3^, except from 1st Sund in May to Ist Sept, when the Catech is 
at 3i, and Serm and Benedic at 6. Low Mass daily through the 
year at 7 and 7^. Rosary, Serm, and Benedic every Wed at 8. 

Jbt MeiVJi'% College, Oscott, Birmingham. (1836-38.) Rev. 
R. Bagnall, Canon. 

Solihull, Jbt. 2lugU0tme Of iSfngUnlr's. (1839.) Rev. £. 
Hodson. 

Stratford-on-Avon, Notre JBame Ire la J^lette'0. (Opened 

Sept. 19, 1852.) Rev. Alfred J. Dayman. 

Mass on Sund at 10^. Evng Serv and Benedic at 6|. On 
WDs Mass at 7, Rosary on Frid at 8 p.m. 

Studlet, Sbt ACar9'0. ReV. Nicholas Hodgson. 

t Sutton Coldfield, f^ols Cttmi)?. (1834.) Served from 
Oscott. 

Wappenbury, Leamington. ( 1 849. ) Rev v. Henry Sutton and 
Richard Marsh. 

Weston Hall, Bulkington, Jbt. fiHat^'% Of Betj^lei^em. Served 
from Nuneaton, by Rev. F. P. Sablon. 

Woottoti Hall, Henley-in-Arden, HHt ISkW^ HalTS aitlr 
Hbt Ben^td's. (1814.) Rev. Peter Jos. Hewitt. Mass on 
Sund at 8§ (Communion) and 10^. Catech, Devs, and Benedic 
at 3, Mass on HDs at 9, with Lect, Devs, and Benedic at 3. On 
WDs Mass at 8^. On Ist Frid of the month Benedic after Mass. 

OXFORDSHIRE.— Population, 170,286. 

t Oxford, J^t IgitatttUt'S, High-street. (1793.) Rev. 
Francis Chad wick. . Mass daily at 8^, on Sund and HDs at 10|. 
Evng Prs at 6|. 

tJBANBURT,S)t.Jfo5tt'0. (1838.) Rev. W, Tandy, D.D.V.F. 

Mass on Sund at 10|. Evng Serv and Benedic at 6. 
Benedic on Thurs evng at 7}. 

I Chipfinq Norton, |^ol& Crintt^. (1836.) Rev. Joseph 
Abbott. 
' Dorchester, |bt. IStrtltUS'. (1849.) Rev. Robt. Newsham. 

Hethe, Bicester, l^ols Ctinit)?. Rev. Joseph Robson. 

ft Heythrop, Chipping Norton, J^t. ^9ars'0. (1831.) Rev. 
P. Heffeman. 

tt Radford, Enstone, Kolfi Ctillitfi. (1840.) Rev. E. W. 
Winter. 

Souldem House, Brackley. Served from Hethe. 

•\ Slonor, Henley-on-Thamei. Rev. Henry Birks. 



l08 Dtocfisit ot iiRMtifdilAti. 



STAFFORDSHIRE.— Population, 630,506. 

X Alton Towers, Cheadle, Jbt. Heter'fl. (1833.) 

f AUm, Chcadltf, St J9jn*«. Rev. ttenry Wintef, D.D. 

y^*A/f^, Market Drayton. Cl^tfif BlfM^ Ealltf tfttl^ JM- Jftfjt 
illiytttt'l. (1824.) Rev. F. Mdgratli. 

t Ation, Slome, j(t. itttrfiafril. (1847.) Rev, Edtrard Hui 
dleiftone, Canon Pcnitentlnty. 

t BfLSTOs, Holfi €tini% (1»34,) Revr. P. Davies and 
J«metf Tctty. 

t Bloxwickf Walsall, Jj^t. (r(omas*0. (1808.) ReV. Henry 
Davey. 

t Brewood, Jbt. ^ars*0. Rev. Philip Kavanagli. 

J5W^/y Hill, jt^. ^ats'«. Served from Stottfbrid^e. 

t Burton-on-Trfnt, J^t jll0lltoetta*«. (1851.) Rev. Tho«. 
Telforcl. Mass on Snnd at 11. On HDs at 7. V and Betiedic 
on Sund at 6. 

Cheadle:, JH* ^ilt9% (1846.) RcfV. Jftmes F. Jones, 
Canon. 

t CoBRiDGE, Staffordshire Potteries, J^t Beter'0. (17S0 or 
81, and aAerwards enlarged.) Rev. Thmnas M. Leith. 

t Creswell, Stone, ^t. ^arjj'f. (1816.) Rtfv. John K. 
Danne, Canon, V.F. 

Great Haywood, Stafford. Rev*. Benjamin J. Butlnnd. 

Hauftton Hall, Tatnworth. Swerved from Burton. Ma^ and 
Benedic on Snnd at 8). On HDs at 9|. 

f Leek, *t. iHelttf**. (1828-29.) Ret. Michael Power. 

LiCHFiLtn, ^t CraiHI'0. (1803, Enlarged 1834.) Rer. J. 
Parke. 

t Longton, Staffordshire Potteries, Jj^t. <!lregots'0- (1819, 
enlarged 1834.) ReV. iante^ Mftssam. 

Mafi/if4def Perrjf Barr, Birniilftgliani, J^t ^ffrff'* Cdlltolt. 
Kev. John Gibbona« 

Newcastle-under-Lyne, Kolfi (TrtttttS. (1833.) Rev. Johti 
O'Connor. 

OuUonf StoNE, itt 4iat8*< Mbti. Rev. Francis Fairfnx. 

t RuoELEY, Jbl^. Jfoseyf antr lBfff$\rtW%. (1849«5l<)r Rev. 
Jalin S. Orentide. Mass on Stind at 10|. On HDs at 9. 
In winter months Evng Serv at 6}. Sum months at 3. 

i»t 9tn^i(Vfk VrfotS, Stafford. Rev. Jame» Dullard. 

SedffUyiVlo\ir9rhMmyton,miamini9\ (1823.) Rev# Thomas 
Tysan. 

t -5^tf^5r% i>ar^, Wolverhampton. (1763.) Rev. Oe«rg« Rolft^ 
Canon of Westminster, Rev. James Moore. 

t Stafford, Jbt. ftttrtttt'^. (OriginaUy in 1791.) Hm^. 
Francis K. Aitrhefst* 

STOKB^Fo»-Ta»HT. Rev. John DowliBg* 



CHUI10HK8} PUAPBL0, &Cf 1^1^ 

BroKE, CeBvent of Jbt BiMliltic* Row. ^re Stuart Betthurst 

and James Spencer Nortlicote. 

f Swynnerton Park, Stone, #i|i: tfUiifll Aa2)fi «tl^ Jl^t. 
d^Oinatf ^|)O0tIe'0. Rev. John Harkness. 

5^ fVUJnd't, Cheadle, Jbt. HaaiUtiVj. (1646-48.) Eevv. 
FF, Salvian and Charles, On Suiid and HDs Mass at 6, 6, and 
10^, with Serm ; Catechism, Lect and Benedlc at 3 f.m. 

Tamworth, Ibt- JlOln B^llt(0t'0. (1830.) Rey. James Kelly. 

T^NSTALL, Sta^brdshire {lotteries, ^, ^lATS'tf. Rev, Henry 
Berry. 

t Uttoxeter, Jbt. ^ar|)>. (1838-39.) Rev. Peter Holland. 
Mass on Sund and HDa at 10. Evng Serv at 6. 

t Walsall, Jbt. ^arg'0, St. Mary's Mount. (1825-27.) 
Rev. Walter Lovi. 

*t. *alrtrft'0. Rev. William Dunne. 

Wednesoury, J^t. iBars'ft. Rev. George Montgomery. 

X WESTBR0MwicH,Jbt.iHic!)aer8. (1832-36.) Rev.T.ReviH. 

WiLLENHALL, £t* /(latfi*0* Served from Bils^on. 

Wolverhampton, gi^. IHars attlT Jofttl'd, Snow Hill, (let 
May 1855.) Revv. John Fanning, James Bond, and Joseph Ken? 
nedy. Mass on Sund at 8 and 9, and High Mass at 11. On 
HDs at 6, 9, and 11. Benedic at 7^. Catech Instruct at 3, 
y and Benedic at 6|« St. Patrick's Schools, Serv on Sund and 
HDs, Mass at 8, Catech at 3. 

t , Iblb. lleterailll llaur^. North-street. 

(About 1743, rebuilt 1826.) Rev. G. Duckett.' 

Mass on Sund ftt 8 and 10| ; on HDs at 7^ and 10|. On 
Sund Catechet Instruct at 3, and V and Benedic at 6^. On WDs 
Mass at 7\. On Thurs Benedic at 7| p.m. 

'- — , S^t Vatrtrlt'0, Little's-lane. Served 

from St. Mary's. 

t Woodlnne, Burton-on-Trent, «^t if rattcttf Of Sbalw'. (1795, 
enlarged in 1834.) Rev. P. O'SulUvan. 

WORCESTERSHIRE.— Population, 126,739. 

t Worcester, i^t. iSeotge'd, Sansom-place. (About 1685, 
rebuilt in 1829, again in 1842.) Revv. James Laurenson and 
Francis Jarrett. 

Broadway. (1828.) Very Rev. F. Raphael (Rector), 
Revv. FF. Bernard, Raimond, Albert, and Paul Mary. 

On Sund and HDs Mass at 6, 8, and 10^, with Serm; 
Catechism, Lect and Benedic at 3 p.m. 

Dudley, ^vx 13le0selr ILatrs antr Jj^t. CDomas of CantnrBrtrs's. 

(1842.) Rev. Thomas Moore. 

t Grafton Manor, Broomsgrove, <Nr UlrfifH llatiS axitS Jbt. 
fSiU^Vt. Rey. Henry Campbell. 

Hanlty^ Uptpn-op-Severn, ^f%x V^m^ Halls atllT J^t. ftl- 
p(on0O*0. (1844-46.) Rev. Thomas Flanagan, Canon, V^F, 



no 



DIOCESE OF BIRMINGHAM. 



t Harmngton Hall, Kidderminster, Jj^t |Blarfi'0. (1825.) 
Rev. J. Brownlow. 

t Kidderminster, p^ols Crmtt|f. (1834.) Rev. P. Cour- 
tenay. 

Little Malvern, Malvern Wells. Rev. William Scott. 

-S'/anJroo*, Worcester. (1838.) Very Rev. Thos. Heptonstall 
(D.D.), Prov. O.S.B., and Rev.- Joseph Short, 

t Spetchley, Worcester. Rev. A. Delanie. 

t Stourbridge, All S>«mt8', New-road. (1822.) Rev. W. Keen. 

Upton-on-Severn, Jbt. JllOtfepl^'s. Served from Hanley. 



CONFERENCES. 

1. OscoTT College, St, Mary'e. 

Lichfield Tamworth Solihull 

Maryvale Birmingham Erdington 

St. Mary's College Sutton. 

2. Sedgley Park, St, Charles Borromeo*s. 



Bilston 
Brewood 
Bloxwich 
Sedgley 
Sedgley Park 

Ashley 

Alton Towers 

Aston 

Burton 

Cobridge 

Tunstall 

Leek 

Atherstone 
Leamington 
Cough ton 
Wootton 
Coventry 

Dorchester 
Foxcote 
Banbury 
Heythrope 

Worcester 
Stanbrook • 
Spetchley 



Dudley 
Stourbridge 
Harvington 
Kidderminster. 



Stafford 

Wolverhampton 
Walsall 
Wednesbury 
West Bromwich 

3. Creswell, St, Chad's, 

St. Benedict's Priory Stoke-upon-Trciit 

Swynnerton Stone 

Woodlane Uttoxeter 

Cheadle Rugeley 

Longton Great Haywood 

Newcastle St. Wilfrid's. 
Oulton 

4. Leamington, St. Gregory^ s, 

Princethorpe Hampton 

Kenil worth Rugby 

Redditch Stratford 

Baddesley Studley. 
Wappenbury 

5. Banbury, St, Justvi's. 

Hethe Chipping Norton 

Stonor Park Radford 

Brailes Oxford. 
Avon Dassett 

6. Worcester, St, Francis Xavier*g, 

Hanley Salford 

Little Malvern Broadway. 

Orafton 



CONVENTS, SCHOOLS, &C. 

Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese, 



111 




College 



Missionary Priests 



Churches and Chapels 

College, — St, Mary's College, Oscott 

Religious Houses (of Men), viz. : 

Passioiusts, Broadway. 

Fathers of the Oratory, Birmyigham. 

Institute of Charity, Rugby. 
Convents of Religious Women, viz. : • 

Benedictines, St. Mary's Abbey, Oulton. 

St. Mary's Priory, Princethorpe. 

. . St. Benedict's Priory, Rugeley. 

Stanbrook. 

Dominicanesses, Atherstone. 

Poor Clares, Baddesley. 

Sisters of Penance of St. Dominic, Stone. 

Sisters of Charity of St. Paul, Banbury. 

Birmingham. 

■ Leamington. 

Ursulines, Oxford. 

Sisters of Providence, Rugby. 

Sisters of Mercy, Alton. 

— Bilston. 

. Birmingham. 

. Cheadle. 



10 
93 
29 



} 



132 

93 
1 
3 



19 



— Handswortb. 

— Maryvale. 
Wolverhampton. 



Poor Schools . . . 76 

Schools conducted by Religious : 

Girls' Schools, Alton. 

. Birmingham 

. ; Bilston 

. Cheadle » 

• Wolverhampton .^ 

Atherstone, by the Dominicanesses. 



>By the Sisters of Mercy. 



— Baddesley, by the Poor Clares. 

— Stone, by the Sisters of Penance, 

— Banbury 

— Birmingham 
— ' Erdington . 

— Leamington 

— Wallsall . 

— Radford 

— Oxford, by the Ursulines. 
Rugby, by the Sisters of Providence. 



By the Sisters of St. Paul. 



Charitable Institutions : 

Training School for Schoolmistresses, St, Chad's Convent, Bir- 
mingham. 
Orphanage, St Mary's Convent, Maryvale. 



112 D)O0E9S OP VOiiTHAMrTOir. 

XIII. DIOCEiE OP NORTHAMPTON. 

Comprehei|diBff Northamptonshire, Pedfordshire, Buckingham- 
thir; Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, ^d SuSblkr 

Population, ^,290,439. 

PATRON SAINT. 

St. Thomas of Canterbury, 29th December. 

Right Rev. WILLIAM WAREING, Sishon ; tran8late4 from 
Ariopolis, Sept. 29th, 1850; consecrated Sep(. 2Islf 1840f 
Residence, Bishop's House, Northampton, 

Very Rev. F. C, Jiuseabeth, D,D», Cosaey, "j 

Norwich, \ Viean-General. 

Very Rev. M. Oleron, D.D., Northampton, ) 

Cathedral Chapter. 

Very Rev. F. C. Husenbeth, Very P-ev. Henry Jhrowev. 
Provost. ■ ' John Morris. 

■ John Abbot. ■ Mark Oleron, Theo- 

John Dalton. logiaii. 

Thos. Quinlivan. ' Stephen Longman, 

■ George Rigby. Penitentiary. 

' — Thomas Seed. __— Thos. Pox. 



Th9 pr^x R. denotes thai the Chureh is q Missionary Rectory. 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.--Population, 213,784. 

f Northampton, ColUgiati Cinrcl Ot Jjbt ^(lix. (1825.) 
V^ry Rew, John Canon Dalton apd Mark Oleron, D.D, and V.G, 
Mass on Sund at 8 and 10^. Catecb at 3. Evnff Serv at 6|* 

t Aston-U' Walls, Banbury, Oxon. (1 837.) Rev. John Duff. 

OuNDLE. Occasionally supplied from Peterborough. 

Peterborough. Very Rev« Thomas Canon Seed. Mass on 
Sund at 11. 

Weedon Barracks. Served ft*om Northampton. 



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BEDFORDSHIRB.—Popul^tion, 129,789> 

t Shefford, Biggleswade, Jjbt. <Bli0ff$ t|$ fRwAfft^ Very 
Rev. Henry Canpfi Thrower. 

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.— Popuiaden, 143,670. 

SaU HiUf Slough. Rev. Dr. ^arbagero. Served also every 
Indulgence by the Rev, James Bamber. 

Aylesbury. Rev. M. H. Smitli, Ma89 d^lly ftt 8 on TVDs 
and at 11 on Sund. Evng serv at 6. 



CHURCHES, OHAP£I.Sy &C 118 

E. ft Gr«at MARfcow, S^t IWet'ft. (1846.) Rev, Ber^ftrd 
Smith (MUsionary Rector), Mass oq Sun4 apd HPs at U, 
y and Benedic at 6. 

f Weston Underwood, Newport Psgnellf R^v. Setl) Eccles. 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE.— Population, 191,856, 

R. Cambridge, New Town, S>t. Sntrrelp'g. (1843-43,) Very 
Rev. Thomas Canon Q^inliyan (Missiopary Rectpr). 

Newmarket and Ely alternately. Rev. W. Hammond^ 
Sawston Hall, Cambridge. Occasionally served from Cain« 
bridge. 

WisBBACH. (1840-54.) <!^r llatrs sntr S^t Cj^atles ISorros 

meo'0. Very Rev. Thomas Canon Fox, Mass on Sund at 11 ; 
on HDs at 9 ; and on WDs at 8. V with Benedic at 6), 



NORFOLK.— Population, 433,803. 

R. t Norwich, Maddermarket, g^t Jfo(n'0. (1790.) Very 
Rev. John Cat) on Abbot (Missionary Rector). 

Mass on Sund at 10|, and on HDs at 10. On WDs Mass a$ 
8^. V on Sund and HDs at 3. 

t , Willow-lane, CJe Rolfi apofitleg*. (1827-29.) 

Rew. John Folding and John Fish wick, S. J^ 

t Cossey, Norwich, g)t. (BS^Idt^n'tf. (1834-41.) Very Rev. 
F. C. Provost Husenbeth, D.D., V.G. Mass on Sund and 
H Ds at lOf. V at 3, 

t Cosset/ HaU, Norwich, Sbt 3IU0tt»tfne'6 of England. (1809.) 
(Vacant.) 

ft Great Yarmouth, Regent-road, Jbt Mattf^. Pastor, 
Rev. F. Daniel, S.J. 

Services on Sund at 10^. Catechet Instruc at 2|. Evng. 
serv. at 7, 

R. t Lynn, Jbt iWarg'tf. Very Rev. George Canon Rigby 
(Missionary Rector). 

t Oxburgh, Stoke Ferry, #ttr %a}^ antr Jbt. 4llirgair^t'ft. 
(1835.) Very Rev. Stephen Longman. 

Theltm, Diss, Supplied every Indulgence from Bungay. 



SUFFOLK.— Population, 165,267, 
+ Bury St. Edmumo's, 23 Westgate-street, g^t 0lrmuntl'fi. 
Revv. Jas. Brownbill and George Jenkins, S,J. On Sund and 
H Ds Mass at 8, and High Mass at lOf. On W Ds Mass at 7i 
and 8. V on Sund and HDs at 3 and^ Bsnedic. On Sund Catec 
Instruc after V. On 1st Sund of the month the Def of Bona 
Mors al 3 ins^ad of V< The Confessionals »|t^nii^ on Sat aftn 
al 2,* an4^<'i^ ^ f^S ^ *®U «« W PVery Mond mmg before 

e2 



114 D10CE8B OF NORTHAMPTON. 

Mass. The Confrat of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, of the Immac 
Heart of Mary, and of the Bona Mors are estab in thrs chapel. 
Attached to St. Edmund's is a school for poor children. 

t Bungay. (1822.) Rev. W. Brindle, O.S.B. 

Ipswich, §bt IBars'il. (1838.) Rev. John C. Kemp. Mass 
on Sund at 11. Catech Jnstruc at 3. Ros Serm and Bencdic 
at 6^. On WDs Mass at 8; Thurs Evngs Devs and Benedic at 
8. On HDs Mass at 9. 

No Mission-house. No School-house. Catholics about 200. 

Stanningfield, Bury St. Edmund's, Chapel Of t^e Immoatlate 
Conreption. Rev. William Poole. 

Hengrave Hall, Bury St. Edmund's. Served every Indulg 
from Coldham. 

R. Stoke-hy-Nayland, Colchester, Rev, Matthias Lane (Mis- 
sionary Rector). 

t Thetford, Ibt. Ittars'fi. (1827.) Rev. John Taylor. 
Mass on Sund. at 10; on H.Ds. at 9, Aftn. Prayers at 3. 



Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Diocese* 

Missionary Priests ..... 25 

Churches and Chapels . . • . ,25 

Stations ....... 5 

Convent of the Sisters of Notre Dame, Northampton. 
■ St. Paul, Great Marlow. 



RURAL DEANERIES. 

Deanery of St. Thomas of Canterbury. 

Northampton Aston-le-Walls Great Marlow 

Weston-Underwood Aylesbury Shefford. 

Weedon 

Rural Dean— Very Rev. M. Oleron, D.D., V.G. 

Deanery of St, Wilfrid, 

Lynn Regis Wisbeacli Cambridge 

Oxburgh Peterborough Oundle. 

Rural Dean — Very Rev. G. Canon Rigby, M.R. 

Deanery of St, Felix. 
Norwich Yarmouth 

Cossey Bungay. 

Rural Dean— Very Rev. F. C. Provost Husenbeth, D.D., V.G. 

Deanery of St. Edmund. 
Ipswich Coldham 

Bury St. Edmund's Stoke-by-Nayland. 

Rural Dean— Rev. Matthias Lane, M.R. 



EASTERN DISTRICT OF SCOTLAND. 115 

CATHOLIC CLERGY, CHURCHES, AND CHAPELS IN 

SCOTLAND. 



EASTERN DISTRICT.— Population, 1,172,530. 

Right Rev. Dr. JAMES GILLIS, Bishop of Limrya, Vicar- 
Apostolic; consecrated July 22, 1838. 

This Digtrict comprises the sixteen Eastern Counties of Scotland^ 
from the south side of th^ river Dee {induding the parish of 
Banchory-Temari) to Berwick-upon-Tweedy and %s divided 
into seven Frevostries, 

I. PROVOSTRY OF EDINBURGH. 

(Edinburghshire and ffaddingtonahire.) 
- Pr<ppo«7tf*; Rev. Wm. Smith. 
Edinburghshire, or Mid-Lothian. — Pop., 259,435. 

X Edinburgh, gbt. /Qars'0» Broughton-street. (1813-14.) 
The Bishop, Revv, William Smith, William Downie, and Joseph 
Donohoe. 

+ ., |t,t. f^atrtcit'd, Cowgate. ( 1 856. ) Revv. Alexander 

0*Donnell, Peter Grant, and David Macartney. 

, Jbt. iBax^anVB Conbent Greenhill, (1834-35.) 

Rev. Alexander O'Donnell. 

Leith, Cturcfi at HHr Eo^ Jbtar ot t^e S^ta. (1853.) 

Rev. John M*Corry. 

PoRTOBELLo, gbt. Jfofin's. (1835-47.) Rev. William Darcy. 
Dalkeith. (1853-54.) Rev. William M'Kay. 



Haddingtonshire, — Population, 36,386. 

Haddington. (Station.) Rev. John Prendergast. 
Dunbar. (Station.) Served from Haddington. 

II. PROVOSTRY OF DUNDEE. 

(Forfarshire and Kincardineshire,) 

Propositus: Rev. Stephen Keenan. 

Forfarshire. — Population, 191,264. 

Arbroath, fit CiJomSfl'fi, (1848.) Rev. A. Gordon. 

Dundee, gbt ftnlrreto'jJ. (1836.) Revv. Stephen Keenan, 
George Davidson, and John Grogan. 

, CJtttct oC <©ttr Holri) oC Vittoxwi. (1851.) Revv. 

Archibald Macdonald and Peter Cumming. 



U9 EA9Ti;Rir PI9TIIICT Qt SC0TI<4¥P» 

FoRPAR (1852), Montrose, and Brechin. 

WelUfurr^, Jyoche?, Dundee, (18470 Rev. A, Kins^lU, 

Kincardineshire. — Population, 54,598. 

St. Mary's CoUege, Blairs, Abekdeev, (1829.) Very Rev, 
JoHn MafiPherion, y.O. 



III. PROVOSTRY OP *»ERTH. 

[Perthshire.) 

Praposiius: |lev. JajIi^^I^aqkat, 

Perthshire. — Population, 138,660. 

Perth, J^t Jfajt^'i. (1832.) Rev. Geoyg^ Rigg and Patrick 
Macmanus. 

Blairgowrie. (1837.) Rev. John Carmont. 
Crieff. Served from Perth, 

MuRTHLY Castle, S^t antjottfi'tf (1846), and Grand^ullt 
(1850). Served from Perth. 

Toli,ymet (}S6Q) and Woodhih. Rpy. Jfnaes Maakay, 



IV, PRQVOSTRY OF ST, ANDREW'S. 

(^Fifeshire and Kinross-shire.) 
United at present to that of Edinburghi 

FiFESHiRE,— Population, 151,546. 

Dunfermline. (1846.) Rev. John Frwicis Stuart, who 
senrei Loekgelly and Culross. 

Kirkcaldy, Served from Dunfermline. 



V. PROVOSTRY OF STIRLING. 

(Stirlingshire^ Clackmannanshire, and Linlithgowshire.) 
Prapositus : Rev. Paul Maclachlan. 
Stirlingshire. — Population, 86,237. 

Stirling, CfttttcS Of tje fl^oll? Ctittitfi. (1838.) Rev, 
Paul Maclachlan. 

Alloa. Served from Stirling, 

Falkirk, Jjbt ^xatttU Xa\>kt'fi. (1843.) Rev. John Mac- 
donald. 

KlRJllfT|W.00H, i^ILSYTH, gTRATHRLANE, and BaIFRON. 

Served from Campsie. 

Gmo^'"*''^'''^'* ""^ Campsie, *t. ^^Vu. (1846.) |lfv. J. 
MiLNGAviE. (1856.) Rev, ]!4i9lia^J ICelly. 



LiMLiTHOowsHiBE. — PopulatioD, 30,135. 

Linlithgow. Rev. Andrew Smith, 
Bathgate. Served fVom Linlithgow. 



VI. PROVOSTRY OF KELSO. 

{Peeblesshire, Selkirkshire, R^fburghsMre, mmi Berwitkshire,) 

Prapositus : Rev. ^ames Clappbrton. 

P^EBLEspHinE. — Population, 10,733. 
Pebblei. (1850.) Rev. James Glapperton. 
Traquair House, Peebles. (1831.) 



Selkirkbhire. — Population, 9,809. 

Galashiels. Revv. Jaifies £gan, John Noble, and Joseph 
Mangin, O.M.J. 

Selkikk. Attended from Galashiels. 



Roxburghshire, — Populatipn, 51,642« 
Hawick, ^^.fiHSiV^ anlrlBabOr's. (1844.) Bev. P. Taggart. 

Jedburgh, e%nrt^ nf tjfte iatmafukte Caite<9toit. (1855.) 

Hev. Francis Mackerrell. 

Kelso. Attended from Jedburgh. 

jibbotrford, A domestic chapel, attended from Galashiels. 

Hunthibum, Attended also from Galashiels. 



VIL PROVOSTRY OF DUMFRIES. 

{Dumfriesshire and the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.^ 

Pr€eposHus : Re?. Jo|iN Strain. 

Du¥FRiE8SHi|iE,-T-Popul^tiop, 78,123. 

Dumfries, |bt 2lnlirel!l'0. (1813.) Revv. Henry Small and 
Robert Glapperton. 

Annan, |bt Colomto'n. (1839.) Served firom Dumfries. 
Lockerby. Attended from Dumfries. 
Thornhill. Ditto. 

Kirkcudbright.* {Stewartry,) — Populatioij, 43,121. 
Kirkcudbright. (1845.) 

Dalbeattie, Castle Douglas, Jj^t, |lftrt'0. (1814.^ Rev. 
J. Strain. 

New Abbey. Rev. George A. Griffin. 
KirkconneU^ Rev. Thomas Witham. 
Tmt^Sfi^ PimfriM, (I88U) l^^nmd from Duminei. 
Gatehouse, Serf #d from DAlbaattie, 



118 WESTERN DIITRICT OF SCOTLAND. 



WESTERN DISTRICT.'-Population, 1,127,866. 

Right Rev. JOHN MURDOCH, Bishop of Castabala, V.A.; 

consecrated Oct. 20, 1833. 
Right Rev. ALEXANDER SMITH, Bishop ofParium, Coad- 
jutor; consecrated Oct. 3, 1847. 

This District comprises Lanarkshire^ Benfrewshirey Ayrshire^ 
WigtonshirSy Ihifni>artonshire, Bute and Arrariy ArgyleshirCy 
the Hebrides or Western Islands^ and the setUhem part of 
Inverness-shire, hy a line drawn across the country from 
Lochalsh to the confines of Aberdeenshire, where it borders 
with the Northern District, 

Argyllshire. — Population, 88,298. 

Campbelltown, J^t. Kteran'tl. (1850.) Rev. Michael Cro- 
nin, who attends South- end also. 

South-end. A Station served from Campbelltown. 

Drimnin in Morven, Tobermory, J^t. Coloinlia'0. (1838.) 
Rev. Neil Macdonald. 

Glencob, jbt. mun'tl. (1836.) Served from Fort William. 



AYRsuiRE.-^Population, 189,858. 

Ayr, gbt. matgatet'n. (1827.) Rev. Wm. Tliomson, who 
officiates also at Dalmellington. 

Dalmellington, A Station served from Ayr. 

Dalry, ftt. PttUalriufi's. (1851.) Rev. William Burke. 

Kilmarnock, Jbt. JlOftepll'S. (1847.) Rev. John MaclachJan. 

GiRVAN. (1850.) Rev. Walter Dixon. 

Mayhole. A Station served from Girvan. 

Saltcoats. (1853.) Rev. William Hallinan. 

Old Cumnock. Rev. Thomas Wallace. 

MuiRKiRK. Served from Cumnock. 

Lab as. Served from Bute. 

Kilbirnie. Served from Dalrv. 

Ardrossan. Church opened. 



Buteshire. — Population, 16,608. 

Kames Bay, ^X. £&SX^'i* S^tellfl ^dttS. (1849.) Rev. 
Andrew Black. 

Dumbartonshire. — Population, 45,103. 
Dumbarton, |W. ltetr((*'«. (1831.) Rev. John Macdonald. 
DuNTOcHER. (1850.) Rev. Frauds Danaher. 



WeSTBRN DISTRICT OP SCOTLAND. 119 

Interness-srire, West. — Population, 56,862* 
Ardkennetk (1829), Kilvanan (1820), and Benbecula (1790) 

North Knd of South Uist. Rev. James Macgregor. 

Badenochy Laggan, ^X, ftticjael'tf. (1846.) Rev. Alexander 

Camphell. 

J5arra /»?fln£?, Dunvegan, Jjbt ISfftT. (1827.) Rev. William 
M*Doneli. 

Bomish (1837), Daliborg (1827), South Uist. Revv. John 
Chisholm and Colin Macpherson. 

Bunroy in Lochaher, (1826.) Rev. Donald Forbes, 

Fort William. (1794.) Rev. Coll. Macdonald. 

Fort Augustus, gbt. 5^ter*8. (1842.) Rev. Donald M*Ken- 
zie, of Northern District. 

Isle op Eroo. (1844.) Rev. Alexander Gillis. 

Keppoch, Arisaig, gbt. fSLBX^'^, (1849.) Rev. William 
M*lntosh, who attends another Chapel farther up the country. 

Knoifdart, Arisaig, Jbt. fllttl^OTls'S. (1850.) Annexed to 
North Morar. 

Moidartj Strontian, Castle Chapel (1826); Langal Chapel 
(1834). Rev. Hugh Chisholm. 

North Morar, Arisaig, (1837.) Rev. Donald M*Kay. 

Glenfinnan', Served from Fort William. 



Lanarkshire. -^-Population, 530,169. 

Glasgow, Great Clyde-street, Jbt. atltrreto'd. (1816.) Right 
Rev. Dr. Murdoch, Right Rev. Dr. Smith, Revv. John Gray, 
and James Macintosh. 

, Abercrombie-street, St. fRaTti'%. (1842.) Revv. 

Peter Forbes, Roderick Chisholm, and Richard Dunphy. 

, Conbent at t^t J^t'gt^ w oC fiHtrt^* Attended by 

the Clergy of St. Mary's. 

^ , Portugal-street, Ibt. Jfojn's. (1846.) Revv. Valen- 
tine Chisholm, John M'Cay, and Thomes Kcane. 

, Great Hamilton-street, Jj^t. 21. Ht^Otrs. (1846.) 

Revv. Jeremiah Buckley and William Cumming, 

— , Stanhope-street, Jbt. ^Uttgo'0. (1850.) Revv. 

Archibald Chisholm and Eugene Small. 

, North Woodside-road, Cowcaddens, gbt. jfosepli's. 

(1850.) Rev. James Danaher. 

, Hill-street, Anderston, Jbt. ^atricft'd. (1850.) 

Rev. Patrick Hanley. 

AiRDRiE, Sbt Margaret's. (1839.) Revv. Duncan Macnab 
and Francis M'Cullow. 

Carstairs. Rev. James A. Stothert. 

Coatbridge, S^t. ^atricft'*. (1848.) Revv. Michael O'Keeffe 
and Hugh Gallagher. 

Dalbeih, Glasgow, Coitbettt ot f^t <ffirOOlr S^J^epJ^erlT, Dalbeth 
House. (1852.) Rev. Patrick McLaughlin* 



130 NOftTI||l^.|l jnWffilCt OP gCQTLAliD. 

East MutTy Glasgow, Served from D^lbeth. 

Hamilton, S^X, ffLW^*%p (1846.) Rew. Mich^pl Condon 
and James Milne. 

Lanark. (1849.) Carluke^ Carnwath, foid Auchingrqyt Jlev. 
John Black. 

MaryhUL (1851.) Rev. John Kerr. 

Particle, Rev. Daniel Gallagher. 

RocHsoLEs. (1853.) A domestic Chapel. 

RuTHEROLEN, Ibt. Columflftiirfl. (1853.) Rev, John Shaw, 

Springhurn, (1856.) Rev. Alexander Reid. 

Straihaven, A Station served from Hamilton. 



Renfrewshire. — Population, 161,091. 

Greenock, East Shaw-street, J^t. ^atfi's, (1816.) Reyv. 
William Gordon and Charles Reid. 

, Main-street, Cartsdyke, ftt. tUipreitre'f. (1854.) 

Rev. John Kyle. 

Barrhead, S't Jfojtt tje iTFbattgelwt'fi. (1842.) Rev. John 
Sheedy. 

Houston, |bt. Jfilton'0. (1841.) Attended from Johnstone, 

Johnstone, Ibt ^narg^et'll. (1852.) Rev. Donald M'^achen. 

Paisley, |bt fRttxiXi%, (1806.) Rev. Charles M^Ken^ie. 

PoLLocKSHAWs, Jbt ifCtats'tf. (1849.) Rev. Adam Geddes. 

Port Glasqow. Rev. John Carolan. 



Wigtonshire. — Population, 43,389. 

Newton Stewart, Jbt. fliXliaxC%, (1831.) Rev. Patrick 
Gorman. 

Stranraer. (1845.) Rev. John Roden. 



NORTHERN DISTRICT.— Population, 568,291. 

Right Rev. JAMES KYLE, Bishop of Germanicia, V.A., con- 
secrated Sept. 28, 1828. 

This District comprises Aberdeenshire ^ Banffshire^ Morayshire^ 
Nairnshire, the northern part of Invemese-shire, Ross-shire, 
Cromartyshire, StUherlandshire, and Caithness'0hire, along 
with the Orkney and Shetland Islands, 

Aberdeenshire. — Population, 212,032. 

Aberdeen, S»t. ¥^tet*«. (1804.) Revv. John Sutherland 
and Wijliam Stopani. 

BaUogie, Aboyne. (1812.) Rev. William Loggie. 

Bbaemar, Castleton of Braemar, (1839.) Rev. P. J. Grant. 

Corgqrff, Strathdon. (1802.) Served from Glengairn. 

Bee Castle, (1797.) Attended from Ballogie. 

GfcENOAiRN, TijUiph, Aberdeen. (J785.) Rev. George 
Gordon Forbes, 



NPHTHEAK OlSTHICf OP 9C0TtAVD. 121 

HuNTLT, J^t. fiSUvqaxd'fi. (1834.) Rev. Terence Maguire. 

Inverury, Keithhall, e^wct% o( tje immacttlate Concqitton. 
Rev. James O'Connor. 

Peterhead, JJbt^^Sars'd. (1851.) Rev. James Bennet. 

Strichen. Rev. William Smith. . 

FoooYLOAN (1801), Newbyth (1815), and Fraserburqh. 
^11 attended occasionally from Strichen. 

WooosiDE. (1842.) Attended from Aberdeen occasionally. 

Wardhouse. a domestic Chapel. 

BANFFSHifLi.-T^Population, 54,171. 

Preshome, Fochabers, |bt. ^^regor^'n. (1788.) Right Rev. 
Dr. Kyle, Revv. William Clapperton, and John Ritchie. 

Banff. (1797.) Rev, John Gall. 

Achinhalrig^ Fochabers. (1772.) Rev. William Caven. 

Buckie. Attended from Preshome. 

ChapeUotvn, Glenlivat, Ballindallocb, J^t 4lat1^'0* (1829.) 
Rev. James Glennie. ^ 

Dufftoum, Mortlach, Jbt. itott'0. (1825.) Rev. J. Kemp. 

Keith, Jbt. Cl|otnai'0. (1831.) Rev. Charles Tochetti. 

Portsoy. (1829.) Rev. John Maoeaehron. 

Tomhaey Glenlivat, Ballindallocb, Cfinirrt tt t|e f npattt^fttOlt. 
(1829.) Rev. Robert Stuart. 

Tommtott/, Strathavon, l^t. micJa^rjJ. (1837.) Rev, IJ, Gall, 



Caithness-shire. — Population, 88,700. 
Wick. (1838.) Served during the Herring Fishery season. 



Inverness-shii^e, Cast. — Population, 39,938, 
Invbrmbis, i^t. iilafs'0. (1837.) Rev. William Dawson. 
Fort' George, Attended from Inverness. •> 

Beault. (1843.) Revv. Charles jVfacdonald i|nd Thomas 

Ol^isholm. 

Eskadale, Strathglass, Beauly, |bt. Illars'Sr (18^6.) Rev, 

John Macdonnld. 

FaanakyUt Stra^bglass, Beauly, Sb\, Vr^n'f. ()802.) Rev, 

James Lament. 

Glenmorriston. (1841.) Rev. Donald M^KenBie, 
Stratherrick, Attended from Glenmorriston alternately. 



Moray or Elginshire. — Population, 38,959, 

Elgin, it A)Ue0t$r'f. (1844.) Rev. John Thomson* 
Fochabers. (1828.) ^ev. William Robertson. 

Ross AND Cromarty Shires. — Population, 82,707. 
Domie, Lochalsh. (1790.) Rev. Colm Grant. 



122 LIST or THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

Of the Most Reverendf Right Reverend, Very Reverend^ and 
Reverend the Clergy^ Secular and Regular^ in England and 
Wales ; with their Addresses, 

N.B. When more than one plaoe is given after any name, the last indicates the 

Po»t Towut unless otherwise stated. 

Canons are usually addressed " Very Eeyerend." 

Abbot, John, Canon of Northampton ; St. John's, Madder-market, 

Norwich 
Abbot, Joseph ; Chipping^ Norton 
Abbot, Thomas ; Monmouth 
Abraham, James, Canon of Lirerpool ; Soutbport 
Abram, Abraham ; Netherton, Liverpool 
Acquarone, L. (LL.D.); Droylsden, Manchester 
Adamson, Thomas ; Serenus-plaoe, Orrell, Wig«n 
Addis, Bernard ; Mount St Mary's, Chesterfield 
Agar, W. S., Canon of Plymouth ; Spetisbury, Blandford 
Alnsworth, John; Eingiston-on-Thames 
Akeroyd, Joseph ; Ratcliffe College, Loughborough 
Alban, F. ; St. Anne's Retreat, Sutton, St. Helen's 
Albeny, Joseph ; Highbridge, Winchester 
Albert, F. ; St Saviour's Retreat, Broadway 
Alcock, Henry; Crewe 
Alcock, Wilfrid ; Ramsgate 
AUanson, Peter; Swinburne Castle, Hexham 
Allen, Thomas ; St. Ann's, Junction-street, Ancoats, Manchester 
Allen, W. F. (KA.) ; St Mary's, Newcastle -on-Tyne 
Almond, Thomas; St. Mary's, 12 St Paul's-square, Liverpool 
Alonso, D. ; King-street, Hammersmith 

Aloysins, F. ; St Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, Edgeware-road^ Lond. 
Amherst, Francis K. ; Stafford 

Anderson, F. B. (F. Bartholomew) ; St Bernard's Abbey, Loughbro* 
Anderson, Percy ; St Laurence's College, Ampleforth, York 
Antony, Father ; Peckham, near London 
Applegfath, Augustus ; Clewer Green, Windsor 
Arnold, W. ; Huddersfield 

Amoux, Joseph ; Lys Marie, Sickling Hall, Wetherby 
Arquis, Joseph A. ; Coedangred, Skenfrith, near Monmouth 
Arrowsmith, Roger ; St Patrick's, 20 Park-place, Liverpool 
Atkinson, Thomas ; Aberford, Milford Junction, Yorkshire 
Aylward, Very Rev. J. D. (Prior O.S.D.) ; Woodchester, Stroud 
Aylward, John ; Fleetwood-on-Wyre 

BRIOG8, Right Rev. John, Bishop of Beverley ; York 



LIST OF THE CLEROT IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 123 

Brown, Ri^ht Rev. James, Bishop of Shrewsbury ; Salter's Hall- 
Newport, Salop 

Brown, Right Rev. Thomas Joseph, Bishop of Newport; Chep- 
stow, Monmouthshire 

BuRDER, Riji^ht Rev. G. ; Abbot, St. Bernard's Abbey, Loug-hboroug-h 

Bagnall, R. (V.P.), Canon of Birmingham ; St Mary's College, Oscott, 
Birmingham 

Bagshawe, Edward G. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Bagshawe, John ; The Vineyard, Richmond, Surrey 

Baines, William ; Witham, Essex 

Baldacconi, A.M. (LL.D.); Middle-street, Gosport 

Ball, Anthony Joseph ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Ball, William ; Thumham, Lancaster 

Ballard, Edward C. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Ballard, George V. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Balston, Francis R. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Bamber, Henry; 3 Halsey- terrace, Sloane-street, Chelsea 

Bamber, James ; 49 Clarendon-square, London 

Bamber, John ; Bridge-street, Sunderland 

Bamber, John ; St. Leonard's-on-Sea 

Bampton, George ; Blackpool 

Barbagero, — , D.D. ; Salt Hill, Slough, Windsor 

Bargfe, Thomas ; 78 Dean-street, Soho, London 

Baron, John; Wakefield 

Baron, Peter; Puddington, Chester 

Barrow, Andrew ; Broughton Hall, Skipton 

Bateman, James ; Chipping, Preston 

Bathurst, S. E. ; Convent, Stone 

Batt, Charles; Cadogan- terrace, Sloan-street, Chelsea 

Beaumont, John ; Clitheroe 

Bennet, Thomas ; Old Swan, Liverpool 

Bennett, William ; Lys Marie, Sickling Hall, Wetherby 

Benoit, Peter, Canon of Salford ; Bishop's House, Salford 

Bent, George ; Great Grimsby 

Bernard, F. ; 4 Albert-buildings, Stroud, Gloucestershire 

Bernard, F. ; St Saviour's Retreat, Broadway 

Bemardine, F. ; St Anne's Retreat, Sutton, St Helena's, Lancashire 

Berry, James ; South Hill, Chorley 

Berry, Henry ; Tunstall, Staffordshire Potteries 

Bewick, John William ; North Shields 

Bick, Very Rev. J., Canon of Nottingham ; Eastwell, Melton Mowbray 

Biden, John Xavier ; Mount St. Mary's, Chesterfield 

Billington, Thomas; St Wilfrid's, Bedford-street, Hulme, Manchester 

Bird, Edward; Clitheroe 

Birks, Henry ; Stonor, Henley-on-Thames 

Bissot, Abbe ; St. George's Cathedral, St Georgfe's Fields, London 

Bittleston, Henry; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Blount, Henry J.; 10 St James's- square, Cheltenham 

Boardman, James, Canon of Salford ; Bury 

Bodley, W. H. ; 24 Golden-square, London 

Bolton, Richard ; Leybum, Bedale 

Bond, James ; Snow Hill, Wolverhampton 



Ij24 iiisT or 'in^ etBHOY in snqland avo walbi. 

Bond, Jamei t 6* SpanUh-pIace, Maochester-ftquare, London 

Bondi J. Joseph ; St Nicholas's, Warren-street, Liveipool 

Bonn^i Themaa ; St. Peter's, 87 Seel-street, Uverpool 

Bonomi, John ; Llansanfraid, Raf^lan, Monmouthshire 

Bonus, John, B.L). ; Ivy Houae, Turoham Green, Middlesex 

Borgoguo, Pamian *, Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire 

Bossers, Adrian ; St. Mary's Colleg'e, Park-road, Clapham 

Bouquillon, Jules { Lys Marie, Sicklings Hall, Wetherby 

Bowden, John £. ; the Oratory, Bron^pton, London 

Bowen, Charles; St Peter's, St. Peter^s^laca, Birmingham 

Bower, Joseph ; Cowes, Isle of Wig'ht 

Bowles, Frederick S. ; the Oratory, Bdg'baston, Birming>faam 

Bradshaw, Edward ; Holy Cross, 10 Queen Aniae^street, Liverpool 

Bridge, John Briee ; Stourton, Knaraaboroug'h 

Bridges, George ; Brottghton, Skipton 

Bridgett, Edward; St Mary's College, Park-road, Clapham 

Brigham, Henry; Ugbrooke, Chudleigh 

Brindle, Ralph, Canon of Plymouth ; Tawstoek, Barnstaple 

Brindle, Very Rev. Monsignor (D.D.), Provost vid V.G. of the Dior 

cese of Clifton ; Montpelier Park> Bath 
Brindle, William, O.S.B. ; Bungay 
Brindle, William S. J, ; Chesterfield 
Broadrlck, Michael ; Crewe, Cheshire 
Brockhaert, Joseph ; St Beuno's, St. Asaph 
Brosnan, Daniel; Wandsworth 

Brown, Joseph, sen.. Canon of Hexham ; Carmel House, DarlingT^on 
Brown, Nicholas, Canon of Hexham ; Wigton, Cumberland 
Brown, Richard ; Dalton-square, Lancaster 

Browne, Edward, Canon of Shrewsbury ; St Wer«burge*p, Birkenhead 
Browne, George ; St. Anne's, Leeds 
Browne, Henry ; Levenshulme, Manchester 

Browne, Henry F. ; Catholic Coll. Institute, Grosrenor-sq., Manchester 
Browne, John F. ; St. Chad's, Cheetham-road, Manchester 
Browne, Richard A., Canon of Be^'erley j St Anne's, Leeds 
Brownbill, Francis ; New Hall, Chelmsford 
Brownbill, James ; 23 Westgate-street, Bury St Edmund's 
Brownlow, John ; Hanrington Hall, Kidderminster 
Bruining, Henry ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 
Bruno, Stephen ; Cardiff, Giamorganshira 
Buckle, Walter ; Lyme 

Buckler, Albert ; Woodehester, Stroud, Glouceatershire 
Bulbeck, William A. ; St Austin's, Great Howard-street, Liverpool 
Bunn, Joseph ; 2 Victoria-place, Stonehouse, Plymouth 
Burchall, Very Rev. Dr., President of the English Benedictines; St. 

Rennet's Priory, Woolton, Liverpool 
Burchall, James ; Cowpen, Morpeth 
Burge, George Lawrence; Barton-on-Humber 
Burke, Michael ; 90 Garden-street, Sheffield 
Burke, William ; 8 York -place, Portman -square, London 
Bums, Andrew; Middlesbro'-on^Tees 
Bury, Thomas ; St Lawrence's College, Ampleibrth, York 
Butland, Benjamin J. ; Great Ifaywood, Staflbrd 



tlftt (tt tilfe Oi^RGt IN tm^LkJib AlfD WAtt!». 125 

Butt, John ; St. Leonard' 8-on-Sea 
Byrne, Denis ; 1 ^ticonihe-^plttee, Sftlford, Mancfaester 
Byrne, Michael; SS. Peter and Paurs, Bolton-le-Moofs 
Byron, L. ; Burton-greeb, Chil^tefaurch 

Caccia, Charles ; St. Mary's, Rugby 

Cfthill, Thotnto ; Ht Mafy V> 38 Finsbury-circus, toxidon 

Calderbank, Leonard, Canon of Clifton ; Gloucester 

Caldwell, Edmund ; Weobly 

Caldwell, George ; Little Ctesby, Liverpool 

€aldir«l], J^ B. $ St Anne's^ ES^ts Hill, Liteffpool 

Calla^han, Henry ; St. Edmund's CoUe^, Old Hall Ote«i, Wafe 

Callaghan, P.; 12 St. Paul's-square, Liverpool 

Callibert, Francis Joseph ; St Marie's Pfesbytefy, Sheffield. 

Campbel)« Henry} Ofuilton Manor, Brotnsgfrore 

Canoy, FroiiDis } St« Mwty'it College, Park-road, Clajiham 

Cantwell, E., Canon of Salford; St. Patrick's, Livesey-fctfe^t, Man- 
chester 

Capron, — ; Spetisbury, Blandford 

Carbery, Edward, Cafton of Shrel^sbury ; Qu«en*stteet, Chester 

Cardinal, Peter ; Drcfylsden, Manchester 

Cardozzo, Francis ; St. Mary's, Rugby 

Cardwell, William ; St. Beuno's College, St. A^ph 

Carey^ James; Fiiltooutb 

Carpue (F. Alban); St Bernard's Abbey, Loughborotigh 

OatY, James A., seD. ; Rtifieom 

Carr, James, jun. ; Douglas, Isle of Man 

Carter, Edmund, Canon of Salford; Pilkhigtcm-st., Boltoft-le- Moots 

CatUi, Joba ; Wofokrton, War^ngton 

Casey, William ; Marnhull, Blandford 

Cass, Patrick ; Bridport 

Castellans, Peter ; St. Mary'i, Hugby 

Caawall, Edward ; the Oratoty, Edgbaftfoii, Birminghfcttf 

Cavalli, Dominick ; St Mary's, Newport, Monmouthshire 

Ceroni, Dominick ; RatpHffe College, Loughborough 

Chadwlck, Francis ; Oxford 

Chadwick, Jameft; St Cuthbett^s College, TTirhdW. Prestoh 

Chapman, Robert, Canon (if Newp. add Menev. ; Talftcre HaU, Rhyl 

Charles, F, i St Wilfrid'ft Hetfeat, Oheadle 

Chaurain, E. Stephen ; 8 Albert-place, Spitalfields, lofidon 

Cheadle, Francis, Canon of Nottingham ; Hataton, Wtftgby 

Christie, James Albany ; StonyhUrst College, Whalley 

Clark, Henry, Nary Chaplain; Portsmouth. Letters to b« fcddrwifltfd, 
" Catholic Chapel, Portsmouth." 

Clarke, J.J/; Dowlais 

Clarke, Thomas ; Market Raiseji 

Clarke, Thomas Tracy; Beaumont Lodge, Old Wfaidio* 

Clark son, A. ; Pontypool 

Clavering, Th«dBW J Woolet 

CliffMcl, BdWftfd L. } Clii^d, Tsid6a«t6r 

Clifford, Walter ; Brough Hall, CatteffteH 

Cllflbrd^ a#*ti« WflMftta j tH^ Igtiatltis'i, FM»tott 



126 LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND T^ALES. 

Clifton, Cuthbert ; Workinji^ton 

CIoug>h, Francis ; Rector, Stonyhurst CoUegpe, Wlialley 

Cockslioot, Thomas ; Holme, Hayton, York 

Cobb, William ; 9 Hill-street, Berkeley-square, London 

Coffin, Robert ; St Mary's Colleg^e, Park-road, Clapham 

Coles, Cornelius ; New-road, Woolwich 

Colgan, Richard, Canon of Shrewsbury; Plowden Hall, Lidbury- 
North 

Colgan, Richard ; Hale's Place, Canterbury 

Collingfridgfe, Igfnatius ; St. Peter's-street, Winchester 

Collingridge, Peter, Canon of Southwark ; 1 ParkerVrow, Bermond- 
sey, London 

Colomb, J. B. ; Romford 

Columbus, F. ; Pantasaph, Holywell 

Comberbach, Charles ; St Mary's Priory, Princethorpe, Coventry 

Connolly, James ; Our Lady's Church, Grove-road, St. John's Wood, 
London 

Consitt, E. ; St. Ninian's, Wooler 

Conway, James ; Oldham 

Conway, Michael ; Sheppey Cottage, Sheemess 

Cook, Francis; St. Austin's, 139 Great Howard-street, Liverpool 

Cooke, Henry; Dalton-square, Lancaster 

Cooke, Henry Joseph ; Bamsley 

Cooke, Robert (Prov. O.M J.) ; St. Mary's Mission House, Richmond- 
street, Leeds 

Cookson, Thomas, Provost and V.G. of Liverpool ; St. Nicholas's, War- 
ren-street, Liverpool 

Coop, Peter ; North High-street, Midhurst 

Cooper, Very Rev. Ralph ; President, St. Lawrence's College, Ample- 
forth, York 

Cooper, Ralph M. ; Chipping Sodbury 

Cooper, Ralph ; Wardour Castle, Salisbury 

Cooper, Richard; St. Ignatius's, Preston 

Cooper, Thomas ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 

Corless, George J. A. (HD.) ; Cottam, Preston 

Corlett, WilHam ; Hindley, Wigan 

Corr, Richard; St. Ignatius, Meadow-street, Preston 

Corry, James ; 12 Earl-street, Westminster 

Corry, William ; St. Francis Xavier's, Salisbury-street, Liverpool 

Costa, Joseph ; St Marie's, Loughborough 

Costello, Edmund ; Lowe House, St. Helen's 

Costigfan, Thomas ; Prospect-place, Marg^ate 

Cotham, James ; 10 St James's-square, Cheltenham 

Cotham, William ; Portico, Prescot 

Cotter, Jeremiah ; St George's Cathedral, St George's Fields 

Coulston, John ; St Michael's, Stockport 

Courtenay, P. ; Kidderminster 

Cowban, Richard; Barton- terrace, Preston 

Crane, Edward, Canon of Beverley ; Kilvington, Thirsk 

Crawley, George J. Lloyd ; 6 Derwent-place, Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Crolly, James Maria ; Sunderland 

Ciookall, John, D.D., Canon of Westaninster j Woolham^tony Newbury 



LIST OF THE CLEEQT IN ENGLAND AND VALES. 127 

CroBbie, Bartholomew; Baddesley, Knowle 

Croskell, Very Rev. Robert, Y.G. and Pro?08t of Salford ; St. Aag-us- 

tioe^s, Granby-row, Manchester 
Croskell, Thomas ; St. Cuthberfs College, Ushaw, Durham 
Crouzet, John ; 8 Albert- place, Spitaliields, London 
Crowe, Thomas ; Formby, Liverpool 
Cuddon, Charles; Mortlake- 
Cnllen, Joseph ; Stockton- upon-Tees 
Callimore, James ; Keig'hley, Yorkshire 
Curry, Luke ; Carlisle 

Dale, J. H. ; Chapel-place, White Hart-lane, Tottenham 

Dalgpaims, John ; the Oratory, Brbmpton, London 

Dalton, John, Canon of Northampton ; Bishop^s House, Leicester- 
road, Northampton 

Daly, W. J. ; Failsworth, Manchester 

Danell, James; St George's Cathedral, St George's Fields, London 

Daniel, Francis ; Great Yarmouth 

Daniel, Joseph, Canon of Nottingham ; St Mary's, Derby 

Danson, Thomas ; Howden 

Darnell, Nicholas; the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Darey, Henry; Bloxwich, Walsall 

Dayid, Abb^ ; Croydon, Surrey 

Davies, Henry ; St Mary's College, Oscott, Birmingham 

Davies, John ; Brecon 

Davies, Peter ; Bilston 

Davis, Edwin ; St Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 

Dayis, George; St Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 

Davis, Richard; Coughton-court, Bromsgrove 

Davy, William ; St Peter's, 37 Seel-street, Liverpool 

Dawber, John ; Mawdesley, Rufford, Ormskirk 

Dawson, James ; Canning^on, Bridg^water 

Dawson, John ; Tredegar 

Day, Samuel ; Felton Park, Felton 

Dayman, Alfred J. ; Rother House, Stratford-on-Avon 

De Blon, Peter ; Blackeley, Manchester 

Delame, A. ; Spetchley, Worcester 

Dent, Francis A. ; Wellington-street, Leicester 

Dewhurst, James ; St. Peter's, 37 Seel-street, Liverpool 
Dillon, Thomas ; 49 Clarendon-square, Somers-town 

Dinmore, Edward ; Goosnargh, Preston 

Doherty, James ; Abbots Salford, Evesham 

Doherty, John ; 54 Lincoln' s-inn-fields, London 

Doherty, John ; Chorley 

Dolan, William ; 39 Duncan- terrace, Islington, London 

Dolman, Alfred ; St Edmund's College, Old Hall Greeu^ Ware 

Donovan, D. ; Crayford 

Donovan, Jeremiah, D.D.; Melton Mowbray 

Dowdlng, James H., senior; Ormskirk 

Dowding, James, junior ; Clayton-green, Chorley 

Dowding, John ; Easingwold 

DowllJisr> ^olui ; Boohdale 



12H LIST OV THB Ol/EBGY III fillOLJkf^D AMD WaIBS. 

DowlissTf John ; Stoke-upon-Trebt 

Dojle^ Richard { Cafh. lost, Oratory of Si Philip ITeri, Liverpool 

Doyle, Very Rev. Thomas, Provost of fioutiilirark (D.Di)i St Qeorgfe's 

Churohi St Geor^'s Fields, London 
Doyle, Thomas ; St Edmuiid^s CMeget Old Hall QteMlj WiM 
Driscoll, Michael ; Gravesend 

Duck, James Basil; St Anne's, Ed^e Hill, Litefpool 
Duckett, Georgfe ; SS. Peter's and Paurs, Nort&«st^ Wolt^l^tftt^Hofi 
Duckett, James ; Brailes, Ship6ion«on-6timf 
Duckett, Thomas ; St. Mary's Colle^, Oscott, BbttinghftM 
Duff, John ; Aston-lc- walls, Banburv 
Duff, Peter ; 90 Oarden«itfeet, Sheffield 
Du^gran, Maurice ; St Jdsepb'i^ 8 Orotfteiiet-stfseti Ltf erpool 
Dujardin, F. } St Ahthony's, Seotlafld-tood, Liv^rpeel 
DiUlard, James ; St. Benedict's Priory, Stafford 
Dunderdale, John ; Penrith 

Dunderdale, Riehttrd } St Am**} Jmidtidn-Streof, Antfodtti MimeWttfr 
Dunderdale, William ; St Wilfrid's, Bedftird'Sii Unlioe^ MiUlcheet«r 
Dunn, Patrick r Bixton, Warring'ton 
Dunne, J. K., Canon of Birmlngfham ; CreseWdli StoM 
Dunne, William} St Patrick's, Walsall . 
Dutertre, Peter ; Holy Cross, 10 Qaeeii AnlMMtft#«etf Llf«>fpdol 

ErringtoN) Most Ret. OboUge, AifchbiiihO)! of iFt^bfaeoiidi Oottfl* 
jutor of Westminster, and Apostolic AdminleCfatOr of the Dloeems 
of Clifton; Clifton, Bristol 
Eccles, James ; St Nicbolfls's Priory^ BkeMP 
Eccles, Seth ; , Weston Undetweod^ KelrpOff Pli^ell 
Ecuyer, Joseph ; St. Anne's, 8 Altysrf-place, SpitlU^ldS, Lon JoH 
Eg^n, Eug^ene, Canon of Sbretrsbtiry ; Staleybridgfe 
Egpan, Andrew ; St Mftrie'Sy Louf^fabotOug'h 
Ellis, Michael ; Lartingfton, Barnard Castlsi 
Elwes, Henry ; Salcombe, Devon 
Elzear, F. ; Pantasaph, Holywell 
Emidius, Father } Peokham, asffr LoikclOxl 
Emidius, F. ; Pantasaph, Holyirell 
England, Henry ; Birkenhead 
EngrlishjVery Rev. Monsi^. FOfdifladd (]>.1>.), Gaftoli 6f Cliflob ; 

Bishop's Hoote, Clifton 
Estcourt, Edgfar, Oflfloii «f fiimtlllg^ifit i Bflhop'A HfttOt!', hifMstg- 

ham 
Etheridgfe, James ; St Wilfrid'«, Cbapel-^streeff, l^fiestOft. 
Eugrene, F. ; St JoMpit's Retreafy Tb^ Hyd^, Edg'tftraf^'foicl, 

London 
Ewart, Thomas Henty } Chapel-pla<<6, Totftfbhsnl 
EyreyYery B«r< Moinif . Clmrles, Ganon PeAitentifti^i Diotf^sa of tiedt« 

ham ; St Mary's, Newcastle-on-Tyne 
Eyre, Very Rev. Monsi^«yiii€«fit; 7 Hiiide^tftr«0t/ U^hthm^M^M^ 

London 
Eyre, WilUam; St Beuo's Coll^, St A^H 

Faa di Bruko, Joseph (D.t>.) ; 64 linco!li<t-teti--fi<fld«, tMm 



LIST or THB Ct£ROY IN BMOLAMD AND WALBt. 120 

Faber, Very Rer. Frederiok W. D.D. (Superior) t thf Oratory, 

BromptoD, London 
Fftoola, Dominick ) Batcliffe CoUegfe, Loughborough 
Faenza, Sebastiano ; Catholic Hospital, Great Opnond-8tre«t) London 
Fairfax, Francis i St. Mary's Abbey, Oulton, Stone 
Fairhurst, Patrick ; Birchley, Billiuge, Wigan 
Fallon, Bernard } 85 Kirby-street, Hatton-garden» London 
Fanning, John ; SS. Marie and John's, Snow-bill, Wolyerhsmptoti 
Faure, Ch. ; St. Anne's, 8 Albert-plaoe, Spitalfields, London 
Fauyel, Theodore, Canon of Nottingham ; Gloesop, Manobester 
Fayer, William ; Samlesbury, Preston 
Fegan, John; 3 Manor- street, Brompton, Chatham 
Fennelly, J. ; Stalybridge 
Fennelly, W. ; Duckinfield, Ashton-under-Lyno 
Fielding, W. J. ; Winchester-row, New-road, London 
Fisher, George ; Appleton, Warrington 
Fisher, Very Rev. John Henry, D.D., Pres« of St. Kdward'f College 

and Canon of Liverpool ; Ever ton, Liverpool 
Fisher, James, Canon of Liverpool ; Great Crosby, Liverpool 

Fisher, Joseph C. ; Hedon, Hull 

Fisher, Samuel ; Llanarth, Monmouthshire 

Fisher, William ; St. Marie's Presbytery, Sheffield 

Fishwick, John ; Willow-lane, Norwich 

Fitzsimon, Christopher ; Stony hurst College, Whalley 

Flanagan, John Stanislas ; the Oratory, Bdgbaston, Birmingham 

Flauagun, Thomas, Canon of Birmingham; Hauley, Upton-on-Severn 

Flanagan, Thomas ; Burnley 

Fleetwood, James ; 46 Moon-street, Liverpool 

Flint, J. George ; Carlisle 

Flynn, John ; Blackbrook, St. Helen's 

Foley, James ; 22 Colet-place, Commercial-road East, London 

Foran, James ; St Andrew's, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 

Formby, Henry ; Bishop's House, Birmingham 

Formby, Matthias, Canon of Salford { St Mary's, Mulberry-street, 
Manchester 

Fox, Thomas, Canon of Northampton } Wisbeach 

Fraser, John; 1 Encome-place, Salford, Manchester 

Frith, Randolph, Canon of Shrewsbury ; Stockport 

Fryer, Thomas W. ; \06 P vie- street, Newport, Isle of Wight 

Furlong, Moses ; St Mary*s, Rugby 

Fumiss, John ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 

Grant, Right Rev. Thomas, Bishop of Southwnrk i St George's 

Cathedral, St. George's Fields, London 
Goss, Right Rev. Alexander, Bishop of Liverpool ( St Rdward's 

College, Evertoo, Liverpool 
Gallwey, P. ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 
Oarelli, Michael ; St Marie's, Rugby 

Garoni, H.; Ringrove House, Salcombe, Eingebridge, Devon 
Garside, C. B. ; 
Garstang, Robert; Ripon 
Gaaooyne, John, Canon of NoitSngbam { Cort^i Gientham 



130 LIIT OP THB CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALESA 

Gkwtaldi, Laurence, D.D. ; St. Mar/s, Rugfby 

Gauci, Francis Azzopardi; Buckland, Farringdon 

Graudentius, F. ; St. Joseph^s Retreat, The Hyde, Edg'eware-road, 
London 

Grantherin, Jofleph ; St. Anne's, 8 Albert-place, Spitalfields, London 

Geary, Joseph ; Little Blake- street, York 

Gerard, Lewis M. Joseph ; Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire 

Gibbon, John ; Holyhead 

Gibbons, John ; Maryvale, Parry Bar, Birmlngpham 

Gibson, Georg« ; Hornby, Lancaster 

Gibson, Henry; Catholic Institute, Oratory of St. Philip Neri, 
Liverpool 

Gibson, James ; Kendal 

Gibson, John ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 

Gibson, Joseph ; Alnwick 

Gibson, Robert ; Doncaster 

Gibson, Thomas ; Croft, Warring^ton 

Gilbert, Daniel ; St. Mary's, 22 Finsbnry' circus, Moorfields, London 

Giles, F. S. ; Acton Bumell, Shrewsbury 

Gillett, Georgt* ; Knaresborough 

Gillett, William ; St. Lawrence's College, Ampleforth, York 

Gilligan, James ; 22 Colet-place, Commercial-road East, London 

Gillow, Charles; St. Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 

Gillow, George ; Latham-street, Preston 

Gillow, John, Canon of Hexham; St. Cuthberf s College, Ushaw, Dur- 
ham 

Gillow, Richard, sen. ; Chorley 

Gillow, Richard ; Femyhalgh, Preston 

Gillow, R.; Newsham, Preston 

Gillow, Thomas ; North Shields 

Glassbrooke, E. A. ; Cirencester 

Glassbrooke, Roger ; Stydd Lodge, Ribchester, Blackburn 

Glenie, John Melville ; St. Mary*8, Brook Green, Hammersmith 

Gloag, Thomas D.; the Oratory, Brompton, Loudon 

Glover, John ; Houghton Hall, Brough, Yorkshire 

Gobert, John ; Mount St. Marie's, Richmond-street, Leeds 

Gogurty, Michael ;;,St Mary's, Derby 

Gordon, William T. ; the Oratory, Brompton, liOndon 

Gosford, John ; St Wilfrid's, Chapel-street, Preston 

Gradwell, Henry; Claughton, Garstang 

Gradwell, Robert; Claughton, Garstang 

Grant, Ignatius ; St. Francis Xavier's, Salisbury-street, Liverpool 

Green, George ; New Mills, Stockport 

Green, Henry James ; Salisbury 

Green, Thomas ; Mawley, Cleobury Mortimer 

Greenhalgh, Henry, Canon of Liverpool ; Weld Bank, Chorley 

Greenough, Very Rev. Peter (Prov. Ebor. O.S.B.) ; Ince HaU, 
Crosby, Liverpool 

Grenside, John ; Rugeley 

Grey,R.; CUtheroe 

Griffin, James, Canon of Nottingham ; Nottingham 

Grimston, John ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 



LIST OF THE CLERGT IN EN6LAND AND WALES, 131 

Groom, Louis ; Bishop's House, Birming'haTn 

Grosvenor, William ; Convent, Handsworth, Birming^ham 

Grymonprez, Cliarles ; St. Augustine's, Granby-row, Manchester 

Gubbins, James; Holy Cross, 10 Queen Anne-street, Liyerpool 

Guelle, Abb^ ; Claremont 

Guidez, Amadous ; St Pierre, Guernsey 

Hendren, RigrhtRev. Joseph William, Bishop of Getra; 3 War- 
wick-place, Francis-street, Edgfbaston, Birmingham 

Hogarth, Right Rev. William, Bishop of Hexham; Darlington 

Haigh, Daniel ; Erding^n, Birmingham 

Hall, Henry; Louth 

Hall, Very Rev. John, D.D., Provost and V.G. of the Biooese of 
Shrewsbury; Macclesfield 

Hall, John ; Bewsy-street, Warrington 

Halter, P. ; Oldcoates, near Worksop 

Hammond, William ; Newmarket 

Hampson, William ; The Hermitage, St Bennetts Mount, Lawland, 
Clapham, Lancaster 

Hannegfan, Thomas ; Berwick-upon-Tweed 

Hannery, P. ; 8 Guy-terrace, Nelson-street, Borough 

Hardman, John ; Birchley, Billinge 

Harivelle, Eugene ; Hartlepool 

Harkness, John ; Swynuerton Park, Stone 

Harper, George ; St Beuno's College, St Asaph's 

Harrison, Thomas, Canon of Beverley j St, Marie's, Bradford, York- 
shire 

fiavard, Lewis, jun. ; Caermarthen 

Havers, Robert ; Lulworth Castle, Wareham 

Hawkins, Francis Andrew ; Staplehill, Wlmbome 

Hawkswoi*th, John ; Douglas, Isle of Man 

Heam, Edward ; 24 Golden-square, London 

Hearsnep, James ; Wade-street, Poplar, Loudon 

HefiPeman, Patrick ; Heythrop, Chipping Norton 

Henderson, William ; Yealand, Lancaster 

Heneage, Henry ; Convent of the Good Shepherd, Hammersmith 

Heptonstall, George, Canon of Beverley ; Carlton, Selby 

Heptonstall, Very Rev. T,, D.D. (Prov. Cant. O.S.B.) ; The Convent, 
Stanbrook, Worcester 

Herdel, Cyriaous ; 3 Omega-terrace, Alpha-ro&d, St John's Wood, 
London • 

Hewitt, Peter J., Very Rev. (Prov. O.S.B. Cantab.) ; Wootton House, 
Henley-in- Ard en 

Hickey, J. A. ; St. Lawrence's College, Ampleforth, York 

Hickey, Michael ; Xj^arstang 

Hickey, Patrick ; Lys Marie, Sickling Hall, Wetherby 

Hill, John ; Hyde, Manchester 

Hill, Joseph; St. Marie's, Sheffield 

Hill, Thomas M. ; Beaumont Lodge, Old Windsor 

Hines, Frederick ; The Willows, Kirkham 

Hodgfson, Nicholas ; Studley 

Hodgson, Richard, Canon of Liverpool $ Bnrscough Hall, Ormskirk 



1S2 LIST or ffBB CLBBOT IN BNOLAVD AND WALES. 

Hodgpson, Robert S. ; Woolkanpton, Newbury 

Hodson, E. i SoUhuU^ Birmingham 

HofMi, SdwBrd) 2 WUli«m-Btnet» Unioa-street^ Ardwick, Mbb- 
eheeter 

Hogao, Bdmund ; St Beuno*s Collegfe, St AMpli^i 

Hogfarth, Robert ; Marton, Bkiriaug^li, Hull 

Hogrgfett, Thomas ; Biddleston, Rothbury 

Holden, John ) Lineoln 

Holden, Joae]^ | Holywell 

Hold«iif William } Claator, CuAbeiland 

Holdetock, James, Canon of Soiithwark ; Beaufort Hoiiie> Ham^ Sur- 
rey 
* HoUand, Ptitr t Uttoseter 

Holmes, Peter ; St Vincent of Paul'fli 84 Qraat Gooryo-stfooi^ liver- 
pool 

Honorlus, F. ; St. Joseph's Rotroat^ Tho Hydo^ Edgfewars-road, 
London 

H«od| Edward T. ; 9 HUlnrtMet, Borkeley-sqttarei London 

Hoole, Richard ; Scarisbrick Hall, Liverpool 

Horrabin, Richard ; Houndeditch 

Hoskins, Thomas Martin; Weymouth 

Hostagfe, James ; Little Blake- street, York 

Hothersall, E. ; Bellingham, Hexham 

Hubbersty, James ; Thropton Hall, Rothbury 

Huddleston, Edward, Canou Penitentiary of JDioooso of Birming^Mm ; 
Astott» Stone 

Humble, Joseph, Canon of Hexham ; Hag>g:erstone Castle, Barwick- 
upon-Tweed 

Hunt, William, Canon of Westminstar i 6 Spaatsh-plaeef Manoboalar- 
square, London 

Husenbeth, Very Rey. F.C« (D.D.), PfOTost ind Y.G. of Nortbaap- 
ton; Cossey, Norwich 

Hutchison, William Anthony i the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Hutton, Peter (Pres») $ RatcUfie College, LoUgrhborougii 

loVATitTB^ F. ; St AnneU Retreat, Sutton, St Helen's 

Illingrworth, Jaeob, Canon of Clifton; St Nicholas's, Penny Well, 

0ta]^ton-road, Bristol 
Irving^, Thomas, Canon of Salford ; St Alban's, Blackburn 
IfOfs, B. } St Peter's, St Peter's^place, Birmingrham 

• 
jAOltaoN, Thomas { Myddleton Lodg«, Otley 
Jarrott, Bernard ; Fountain- street, Ulverston 
Jarrett, Fnmois i Sansom-place, Worcbster 
Jefirles, Very Rev. Oeorg>e, V.G. and Canon of Birmingrham ; Bii^op's 

House, Birmingpham 
Jeffries, James, Canon of Birmingham ; Leaming^ton Priors 
Jenkins, Georgfe ; 23 Westgrate-streeti Bury St Edmund's 
Jenkins, John ; Tho Lodffe^ Taunton 
Johnson, Georg^e ; St. Bamabas's, Notting^faam 
Johnson, Joseph (Prov. S. J.) ; 9 Hill-street» Borkoley-oquarOi Ia&cL 
JobSM^ Bobart I BWflwlndy Yofksiihro 



t»T OF THE CLEROY IN ENOLAND AMD WALES* 133 

Johnson, William ; St. Joseph's, Trencbard-street, Bristol 

Johnson, William ; 6 Queen-parade, Brandon-bill, Bristol 

Jolivet, Charles ; Holy Cross, 10 Queen Anne-street, liverpQol 

Jolly, B. ; St. Mary's, 12 St. Paul's-square, Lireipoo) 

Jones, Daniel ; St. Beuno's College, St. Asaph's 

Jones, Henry ; Blackrod, Chorley 

Jones, James F., Canon of Birmingham ; Cbeadle 

Jones, James, Canon of I^ottingham ; Worksop 

Jones, Joseph ; Bangor 

Kayanaoh, Philip ; Brewood, Staffordshire 

Kayanagh, Matthew ; Halifax 

Kaye, John P. ; Hackney, London 

Kearney, Francis ; Brooms, Gateshead 

Keasley, George ; Whitby 

Keen, Walter ; New-road, Stourbridge 

Keens, C. ; 146 Great Saffron-hill, London 

Kellet, R. ; St Clare's Convent, Scorton, Catterick 

Kelly, Edward ; St. Beuno's College, St. Asaph's 

Kelly, Edmund Joseph ; South Shields 

Kelly, J. ; St Patrick's, Leeds 

Kelly, James ; Tamworth 

KeUy, John ; The Felling, Gateshead 

Kelly, Joseph ; St Mary's College, Oscott, Birmingham 

Kelly, Luke ; Trelawny, Liskeard, Polperro 

Kelly, Thomas ; St. Alban*8, Athol^treet, Great Howard-st., Liverpool 

Kelly, William ; 22 Colet-place, Commercial-road East, London 

Kelly, William ; St. Beuno's College, St Asaph's 

Kemp, J. C. ; 11 Prospect-place, Ipswich 

Kendal, James ; Redditch 

Kennedy, Joseph ; Snow-hill, Wolverhampton 

Kenny, James ; Whitchurch 

Kenrick, Edward, Canon of Liverpool ; St. Patrick'S| 20 Park-plftee, 

Liverpool 
Kershaw, Charles ; Woolton, Liverpool 

Kershaw, John, Canon of Salford ; Barton-on-IrweU| Manehester 
Kiernan, Thomas ; Rainhill, Prescot 
King, Charles P. ; Chelmsford 
King, James ; Osgodby, Market Raisen 
Kirby, Patrick ; Mount St Marie's, Richmond-Btreet| Leeds 
Kirsopp, Francis ; Bishop Wearmouth, Sunderland 
Knight, William, Canon of Hexham ; Hartlepool 
Knight, William ; Trenchard-street, Bristol 
Knox, Thomas Francis ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 
Kyan, W. E. ; New London-road, Chelmsford, Essex 
Kyne, John ; SS. Peter and Paul's, Upper Rosoman-street, London 

Laffan, William ; Penmnce 

Lahaye, Peter ; SS. Philip and James's, Stoekport 

Laing, Francis ; Lowe House, St Helen's 

Lambe, D. ; Belmont, Herefordshire 

Lane, Henry ; St. Gregory's College; Downside, Bath 



134 LIST OF THE CLE&GT IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Lane, M. ; Stoke-by-Nayland, Colchester 

Lans, J. B. ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 

Last, George, Canon of Westminster ; Ing^ateston Hall, Essex 

Laverty, Peter; Catholic Institute, Oratory of St. Philip Neri, Lirerpl. 

Lawrence, F. ; 8 Guy-terrace, Nelson-street, Borough 

Lawrenson, James ; Sansom-place, Worcester 

Lawrenson, John ; Beaufort Lodge, Old Windsor 

Laws, James; 1 Parker^s-row, Bermondsey, London 

Lazenby, Joseph ; Tunbridge Wells 

Le Dreau, Michael ; Hathersage, BakeweU 

Leadbetter, John ; Enfield, Accrington 

Leavy, Patrick ; St. Gregory's, Whitehaven 

Lea, Henry; Sheemess 

Leforestier, Augustus Charles ; 8 Albert-place, Spitalfields, liOndou 

Leith, Thomas ; Cobridg^, Staffordshire Potteries 

Lempfried, Augfustus ; Foxcote, Shipston-on-Stour 

Lennon, Ambrose, Canon of Shrewsbury ; St Alban's, Liscard, Cheshire 

Lescher, Edward ; 146 Great Saffron-hill, London 

Lewis, Peter; Swansea 

Lewthwaite, Henry ; Tottenham-road, Kingsland, London 

Liptrott, Peter ; St. Joseph's, Golden-street, Manchester 

Lockhart, William ; Tottenham-road, Kingsland, London 

Logan, H. F. C. (LL.D.) ; Calehill, Charing 

Lomax, Charles; Teignmouth 

Lomaz, Walter ; Wakefield 

Losig, Thomas, Canon Penitentiary of Westminster; St. Patrick^s, 

78 Dean-street, Soho- square, London 
Longman, Stephen, Canon of Northampton ; Oxburgh, Stoke Ferry 
Longman, Thomas ; Hampton-on-Hill, Warwick 
Lorrain, Nicholas ; Grace Dieu Manor, Ashby-de-la-Zouch 
Lovi, Walter ; St Mary's Mount, Walsall 
Lowe, George ; Oldgate, Morpeth 
Luke, F. ; Shepshed 
Lynass, £. G. ; Leyland, Preston 

Lynch, Francis ; Mount St Marie's, Kichmond-street, Leeds 
Lynch, Hugh ; West-road, Congleton 
Lynch, Patrick; Yarm 

Lynch, Thomas ; St. Patrick's, Drewton- street, Bradford, Yorkshire 
Lythgoe, Francis ; Newhall, Chelmsford 

MoBBis, Right Rev. William, Bishop of Troy ; Roehampton 

M'Auliffe, Thomas ; Botleigh Grange, Southampton 

M*Avila, Walter ; Mount St. Bernard, Loughborough 

MacCann, Arthur ; Heywood 

MacCann, Henry ; Stonyhurst Collegfe, Whalley 

MacCann, Matthew ; Hereford 

MacCarte, Roger ; Ling^dale House, Oxton, Birkenhead 

MacCarthy, Jeremiah ; Yauxhall-street, St Heller, Jersey 

Macartney, Alexander ; Grosmount, York 

MacCormick, Hugh N. ; Scholes, Wigan 

Macdonald, John ; Weybridge 

Maodonnell, Matthias A. ; Otley 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 135 

MacdoDDell, Thomas M. ; Shortwood, Temple Cloud, Bristol 

Macdoxmell, Thomas ; St. Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, Ware 

MacEvoy, Arthur ; St Mary's, Rug-by 

Macgreavy, Edward ; Buxton, Derbyshire 

Macmullen, Richard Gell ; Cadogan-terrace, Sloane-street, Chelsea 

Macneal, Mark; Grove-road, St. John's Wood, London 

Macphilllps, Joseph ; St Marie's, Bradford, Yorkshire 

Macquoin, James ; Stratford, Essex 

Macsweeney, Joseph, 22 Colet-place, Commercial-road East, London 

Madden, Edmund ; Courtfield, Ross 

Maddocks, John, Canon of Liverpool ; Old Swan, Liverpool 

Maddocks, Walter S. ; Great Eccleston, Garstang 

Maes, Abbe ; Visitation Convent, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol 

Mag^e, A. (D.D.) ; 4 Sutherland -place, Westboume-grovo North, 
Bayswater 

Magrath, F. ; Ashley, Market Drayton 

Magrath, P.; St. Joseph's, 8 Grosvenor- street, Liverpool 

Magnire, James ; St. Beuno's, St Asaph's 

Ma^ire, Very Rev. John (D.D.), V.G. and Canon Theologion of 
Westminster; 13 Bulstrode-s^eet, Manchester-square, London 

Mah^, Joseph ; ShomcUfie, Kent 

Maher, William ; St. Beuno's Collegfe, St Asaph^s 

Mahon, Henry; 9 Hill-street, Berkeley-square, London 

MalUard, F.; Convent of Our Lady, Norwood, London 

Mailly, Pierre ; 21 Kingr-street, Portman-square, London 

Malony, — ; Bramley, Leeds, Yorkshire 

Maltus, James A., Sub- Prior (O.S.D.) ; Woodchester, Stroud, Glou- 
cestershire 

Mann, Maurice ; Mount St. Marie's, Chesterfield 

Mannings, Henry Edward, D.D. ; 78 South Audley-street, London 

Mansfield, Richard ; Camborne, Cornwall 

Margison, Thomas ; Wrightington Hall, Wig^n 

Markland, William ; Sedgefield, Ferry-hill 

Marsh, J. B. ; Newsham, Preston 

Marsh, Richard ; Wappenbury, Leamington 

Marshall, — ; St Anne's, Leeds 

l^rshall, William ; Bridgend, Glamorganshire 

Slrsland, Henry ; St. Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 

Martin, Thomas; Haslingden 

Mary, F. Paul ; St Saviour's Reti'eat, Broadway 

Massam, James ; Longton, Staffordshire Potteries 

Maurice, F. ; Manor House, Kennington-lane, Kennlngion 

Maxwell, Joseph ; Beaumont Lodge, Old Windsor 

Meany, Gerald ; St Anne's, 1 1 Princes-street, Blackburn 

Meany, Joseph Vincent ; St Anne's, 1 1 Princes-street, Blackburn 

Meitliuger, Florentin ; St. Mary's CoUeg'e, Oscott, Birmingham 

Melia, Pius (D.D.); 14 Gray 's-inn-squ are, London, and Walthara- 
stow 

Meyers, John ; 00 'Garden-street, Sheffield 

Mcynell, Charles, D.D. ; St Mary's College, Oscott, Birmingham 

Meynell, George ; Barnard Castle, Durham 

H^rrick, Thomas ; Richmondi Yorkshire 



136 tllT or THB CLBROT IN EMOLAMD AND WALEt* 

Middlehunt, John i Bedford heigh, Msnebetter 

Middlehunt, Thomas } Malton 

Millea, Patrick ; Dowlais 

Millward, James ; Abergtivenny 

Milner, John ; The Lodgre, Lyminfrton 

Mills, Alexius ; St. Aloysius's, 49 Clarendon-sq., Somen-town, Londoa 

Mills, Henry Aastln ; the Oratory, Edpbaston, Birmingham 

Miot, Patem ; Cadogan-terrace, Sloane-street, Chelsea 

Mitchell, Godfried ; Newport, Monmouthshire 

Mitchell, John ; Taunton 

MoUoy, William ; Madeley 

Montgomery, George ; Wedneehnry 

Moore, Henry ; St. Greffory's College. Downside, Bath 

Moore, Jamea (V.P.); Sedgley-park, Wolverhampton 

Moore, John ; 4 Sutherland-pl., Westboume-grove North, Bayswatcr 

Moore, Thomas; Dudley 

Morel, J. B. ; Convent, Nonfood 

Morewood, James B. ; Woodohester, Stroud, Gloucestershire 

Morgan, George (D.D.), Canon of Birmingham ; St. Mary's College, 

Oseott, Birmingham 
Moriarty, Michael ; St. Patrick's, Livesey-street, Manchester 
Morlais, Abb€ ; St Holier, Jersey 
Morley, William ; 3 Manor-street, Brompton, Chatham 
Morrall, John A. ; St. Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 
Morris, John, Canon of Northampton ; St Thomases, Fulham 
Morris, J. B. ; Aldenham Priory, Bridgnorth 
Morron, Edward { Gill Moss, I^rerpool 
Motler, John ; Hull 
Mount, R. ; Bugle-street, Southampton 
Moutardier, Benj. Lewis; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 
Muldoone, Thomas ; Macclesfield 

Mulligan, John Joseph, Canon of Nottingham ; Nottingham 
Mulvany, Henry M. Joseph ; Bacup 
Murphy, Alfred ; St. Bueno's College, St Asaph's 
Murphy, Oliyer ; Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire 

Newsham, Monsignore Charles, Right Rev. (D.D.), President of fl^ 
Cuthberf B College ; Ushaw, Durham ^* 

Neary, Austin ; Newbridge, Glamorganshire 

Nedelec, Aloysius ; Ratcliife College, Loughborough 

Neve, F. R., Canon of Clifton ; Bishop*s House, Clifton, Bristol 

Newman, Very Rev. John Henry (D.D.) (Superior Orat.); the Om« 
tory, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Newsham, Henry ; Ashton-le- Willows, Warrington 

Newsham, Robert ( Dorchester 

Newsham, Thomas, Canon of Liverpool ; St Anthony's, Scotland-road, 
Liverpool 

Nickolds, John ; Hassop, BHkewell 

Nickolds, Very Rev. W. T. (Prov. O.S.D.); Welllngton-st, Leieester 

Norris, John ; CroomVhill, Greenwich 

North, Joseph E. ; High-street, Deptford 

North, Richard, Canon of Southworki Croom's-hill, Greenwich 



LIST OT THE CLBROT IN EKOLAKO AHD WALBf* 131^ 

Northcote, James Spencer ; Conrent, Stone 

Nugent, James ; Cath, Inst, Oratoiy of St Philip Weri, Liverpool 

Oakelet, Frederick, Canon of Weetminster ; Sd DuncaiiptenBee, 

Islington, London 
O'Brien, John P. ; St Augustine's, Great Howardnitreet, Liverjioiri 
O'Callaghan, Patrick ; St Mary's, 22 Finsbuiy-cirous, Mooriieldii 

London 
O^Carroll, Richard ; St Francis Xavier^s, Salisbnry-stieety Liveipool 
O'CarroIl, Simon ; Thonidon Hall, Brentwood 
O'Connell, Timothy ; St Marie's, Bradford, Yorkriilre 
O'Connor, John ; Newcastle^under-Line 
O'Connor, T. J. ; Stamford 

O'Connor, William J. ; 54 Lincoln^s-inn^fields, London 
O'Donnell, Bryan; Glossop, Manchester 
O'Donnell, Michael ; St Patrick's, Leeds 
O'Farrell, Patrick ; 5 Queen-parade, Brandon-hill, Bristol 
O'Grady, William ; St Joseph's Presbyteiy, Avon Dassett, Banbury 
O'Keefe, Daniel ; Brook-green, Hammersmith 
O'Leary, Edward ; Dewsbury 
Oleron, Very Rev. Mark (D.D.),V.G., Canon of Northampton; Bisho]i*s 

House, Northampton 
Oliver, James ; Wellington 
Oliver, Very Rev. George (D.D.), Provost of Plymonth ; St NIoIkh 

las's Priory, Exeter 
O'Mara, Lorenzo ; 76 Catherine-street, Ashton-under-Line 
O'Meara, John ; Black Stock-street, Liverpool 
O'Neal, Very Rev. J., V.G. and Canon of Westminster ; Grovd-r»ad| 

St John's Wood, London 
O'Neill, Charles A ; Scarthingnsirell Hall, Tadcaster 
O'Neill, Edward ; St Mary's, Mulberry-street, Manchester 
O'Neill, Francis ; Bridg'enorth 
Ord, Thomas ; Callaly Castle, Whittuigrham 

O'Reilly, Bernard ; St Vhicent of Paul's, 34 Great Gdorg«<4t) Lpoel. 
O'Reilly, Gerald ; Liverpool 
Orrell, Philip ; Poulton-in-the-Fylde, Preston 
Orrell, Robert ; Cockermouth 

Osmond, F.; St. Joseph's Retreat, Tlie Hyde, Edgewnre-MNMl, Lendeil 
O'Sullivan, Michael ; Bishop's House, Blrmingfham 
O'SuUivan, P. ; Wood-lane, Burton -on- Trent 
O'Sullivan, William; St Anne's, Ed^e-hill, Liverpool 
O'Toole, J. P. (D.D.) ; Abingrdon 

Padbury, Joseph F. ; "Wade-street, Poplar 
Parfitt, Charies, Canon of Clifton ; Midford Castle, Bath 
Parke, Joseph ; Poole, Dorsetshire 
Parker, R. ; 8t Alban's, Blackburn 
Parkinson, Thomas; 35 Kirby-st., Hatton- gardes, London 
Pater, Joseph ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 
Paterson, J. L. ; St Mary's, 23 Finsbury-drous, Moorflelds, handm 
Pauchet, Abbe ; Rothervae, Hereford 
Pa;uline,F.; New Mills, Stoekpert 

f2 



}38 LIST OF THB CLBROT IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 

PeduBzi, John; Pleasington Priory, Blackburn 

Pemberton, James, Canon of Shrewsbury ; Keston, Cheshire 

Penningfton, Edward ; St. Edmund's Collegfe, Ware 

Penswick, John ; Garswood, Warringlon 

Percy, M. A. ; Penllyn 

Perry, John ; Atherstone 

Plnet, — ; St. Mary's, Leeds 

Phelan, Patrick J. ; 20 Park-place, Liverpool 

Phillips, Henry ; Portsea 

Philpin, Felix ; the Oratory, Brompton, liOndon 

Picquot, Julius (D.D.) ; Burton-park, Petworth 

Piatt, James, Canon 0/ Beverley ; Bishop Thornton, Ripley, Leeds 

Piatt, Very Rev. Ralph, Provost and V. O. of the Diocese of Hexham ; 

Stella, Newcastle-on-Tyne 
Piatt, Robert, Canon of Plymouth ; FoUaton, Totnes 
Plunkett, Thomas ; 90 Garden-street, Sheffield 
Plunkett, WiUiam ; St Mary*s CoUegpe, Park-road, Clapham 
Podolski, Emeric ; Chapel House, Holloway 
Polding*, John ; Willow-lane, Norwich 
Pons, Leo ; St. Anne's, 8 Albert-place, Spitalfields, London 
Poole, Felix; Mount St Mary's, Chesterfield 
Poole, James ; Bewsey-street, Warringfton 
Poole, William ; Coldham Cottage, Bury St. Edmund's 
Postlewhite, Joseph ; Stonyhurst CoUeg^e, Wballey 
Power, Edmund ; Aughton, Ormskirk 
Power, Michael ; Northwich, Cheshire 
Power, Maurice, Canon of Plymouth ; Torquay 
Power, Michael ; Leek 
Power, Patrick ; Bolling^on, Macclesfield 
Power, Pierse ; St Patrick's, 20 Park-place, Liverpool 
Pratt, Ralph ; Hill-street, Coventry 
Prendergast, G. ; Staly-bridge 
Prest, Richard ; Aigburth, Liverpool 
Prest, William ; St Lawrence College, Ampleforth, York 
Price, Edward ; 54 Lincoln's-inn-fields, London 
Price, Wilfrid ; Chepstow 

Priiig-le, Georgpe ; West Qrimstead ^ 

Procter, Samuel Aug. ; Hinckley ' 

Proctor, James ; Walton, Preston 
Purcell, Arthur; Great St Thomas Apostle, Bow-lane, Cheapside, 

London 

QuEALY, John ; Ashton-under-Line 

Quinlivan, Thomas, Canon of Northampton ; 1 Gloster-terrace, Cam- 
bridge 

RosKELL, Right Rev. Richard, Bishop of Nottingham; St Barna- 
bas, Nottingham 
Raby, Richard ; Ashbourne 
Rafib, Paul ; St Beuno's College, St Asaph's 
Raimoud, F. ; St Saviour's Retreat, Broadway 
Raphael, F. ; St Saviour's Retreat, Broadway 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 139 

Bay, James ; St Edward's Collegre, Everton, Liverpool 

Beardon, Eugene ; Tichbome, Alresford, Hants 

Beardon, Timothy, Canon of Southwark ; Upper James-st., Brig-hton 

Beah, John, Canon of Shrewsbury ; Wrexham 

Beinaud, — ., D.D. ; Hooley Lodge, Beigute 

Bender, Very Bev. Joseph, Provost and V.G. of Beverley ; York 

Bevlil, Thomas ; West Bromwich 

Bhing, Francis ; 6 Spanish-place, Manchester-square, Loudon 

Bichardson, Bichard ; St. Mary's, Bugby 

Bichardson, Thomas ; East Hendred, Wantage 

Bichmond, Henry, Canon of Birmingham ; St. Mary's College, Oscott, 

Birmingham 
Bidden, Wid.; Pocklington 
Bidgway, Peter ; Kemerton, Tewkesbury 
Bigby, George, Canon of Northampton ; Lynn 
Bigby, John ; Boston 
Bigby, John ; Selby 
Bigby, Nicholas ; Ugthorpe, Whitby 
Bimmer, John, Canon of Salford ; Burnley 
Bingrose, John, Canon of Southwark ; Beading 
Binolfi, Very Bev. Angelo M. (Provincial O.C.); St Mary's, Bugby; 
Bitort, A, ; Brockhampton, Havant 
Boberts, — ; 78 South Audley- street, London 
Bobson, Joseph ; Hethe, Bicester 

Bock, Daniel, D.D., Canon of Southwark; Newick, Sussex 
Bogerson, John ; St. Wereburge's, Birkenhead 
Bogerson, J.S.; Longhorseley, Morpeth 
Bolfe, Very Bev. G., Pres. Sedgley Park, Canon of Westminster ; 

Wolverhampton 
Boiling, Thomas ; Longworth, Hereford 
Booke, Seton ; Crooke, Darlington 
Booker, Very Bev. T. (D.D.), Canon of Clifton 
Booker, Thomas F., Canon of Clifton ; St John-street, Bridgewater 
Boskell, Thomas T. (D.D.) ; St Nicholas*, Warren-street, Liverpool 
Bossini, Charles ; St Beuno's College, St Asaph's 
Rowe, James B. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 
Bowe, William ; Tunbridge Wells 
Byan, James ; Lys Marie, Sickling Hall, Wetherby 
Byan, William ; Warwick-bridge, Carlisle 
Bymer, Henry ; Upper James-street, Brighton 

Sablon, Peter (O.S.D.); Nuneaton 

Salvian, F.; St Wilfrid's, Cheadle 

gantry, Daniel ; Wade-street, Poplar 

Savage, Joseph; Queen Elizabeth-square, Dover 

Schofield, Bichard ; Stonehouse, Plymouth 

Scott, Joseph ; Bawtenstall, Manchester 

Scott, William ; Little Malvern, Malvern Wells 

Scruton, William ; Doncaster 

Searle, Very Bev. Monsig. Francis, Sec. to the Cardmal Archbishop, 

and Canon of Westminster; 8 York- place, Portman-square, 

London 



140 LIST OF THE CLERGY IH ENQLAKD AND WALES. 

Sebafltian, F. ; St Joseph's Retreat, The Hyde, Ed^ware-road, 

London 
Seed, Richard ; of St. Vincent of PauVs, 34 George-street, Liverpool 
Seed, Thomas ; St. John's, Standish Gate, Wlgfali 
Seed, Thomas, Canon of Northampton ; Peterboroug^h 
Segrave, Henry ; 9 Hill -street, Berkeley-square, London 
Selby, Thomas ; St. John's, Standish GatO, WlgtJx 
Shann, Christopher ; Ormskirk 
Sharpies, Henry ; Alston lane, Preston 

Shattock, Very Rev. 'J homos, Cation of Clifton ; Shepton Hallet 
Sheehan, John ; Slindon, Arundel, Sussex 
Sheehan, William J. ; St. Chad's, Cbeetham-road, Manchester 
Sheehy, William J. A. ; Ratcliife College, Loughborough 
Shepherd, James ; Thumham Hall, Lancaster 
Shepherd, Laurence ; Pierrepont-street, Bath 
Shepherd, R , Canon of Westminster ; Priory-street, Colchester 
Shepherd, Thomas M. ; St. Greerory'a, Whitehaven 
Sheridan, James ; St. Mary's, 12 St. Paul's- square, Liverpool 
Sherlock, John ; St. Nicholas*, New Bartholomew-street, Birminghatn 
Sherlock, Peter; St. Mary's, 12 £arl*street, Westminster 
Sherwood, J. ; Askew, Bedale 
Short, Joseph ; the Convent, Stanbrook, Worcester 
Shortland, Very Rev. John Rutherford, Canon of Plymouth ; Bodmin 
Sidden, Joseph Pursglove ; Sutton-place, Guildford 
Signini, Fortunatus ; Cardiff, Glamorganshire 
Silveira, Joseph ; 2 Bedford-place, Newport, Isle of Wight 
Simpson, Joseph ; Upper James-street, Brighton 
Simpson, Robert ; Deal 

Sing, Thomas, Ciinon of Nottingham ; St. Mary's, Derby 
Singleton, Michael ; Hexham 
Singleton, Richard ; Bishop Auckland 
Sinuot, Michael; Chideock 

Sisk, Thomas (P. Ignatius) ; St. Bernard's Abbey, Loughborough 
Slater, T. A., Canon of Hexham ; Hutton House, Castle Eden 
Smith, Bernard ; St. Peter's, Great Marlow 
Smith, John ; Croxdale Hall, Durham 
Smith, Joseph ; Brindle, Preston 
Smith, M. H.; Aylesbury 
Smith, Robert, Canon of Hexham ; Durham 
Smith, Thomas ; St. Andrew's, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
Smith, Thomas ; St. Marie's, Bolton 
Smith, Thomas Cuthbert ; Hill-street, Coventry 
Smith, Thomas Aloysius ; Beverley 
Smith, William ; Masbro, Rotherham 
Snape, James ; St. Patrick's, Livesey-str^et, Manchester 
Souter, Henry ; Bishop's House, Birmingham 
Spain, Lewis ; St. Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 
Speakman, Thomas ; Lydiate, Maghull, Liverpool 
Spencer, Thopias ; the Presbytery, Bootle, Liverpool 
St John, Ambrose ; the Oratory, Bdgbaston, Birmingham 
Stanton, John ; 14 North-crescent, Bedfbrd-square, London 
Stanton, Richard M. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 



LIST OP THE CLEROT IN ENOLAKD AND WAt>BI. 141 

Stephan, Peter Noel ; St. Joseph's, Golden-street, MaoBhester 

Stevens, John ; Bishop Bton, Liytfrpool 

Stone, William ; 1 Parker*s-row, Bermondsey, London 

Stonor, Hon. Edmund; Stonor, Henley-on-Thames 

Styles, Joseph ; St. Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, Ware 

Suffield, Robert; St. Ninian*s, Wooler 

Sumner, Bichard ; St Francis Xavier's, Salisbury<4treet| Liverpool 

Sutton, Henry ; Wappenbury, Lesmin^on 

Swale, Henry ; Brigfg 

Swale, John ; Birtley, Fence Houses, Durham 

Swarboick, B. ; St. Augustine's, St. Augustine's-place, Preaton 

Swarbrick, James ; The Willows, Kirkham 

Sweeney, Very Rev. James N., President of St. Oiegory's College; 

Downside, Bath 
Swiilt, Robert ; 3 Willow-terrace, Kentish-town 

Turner, Right Rer. William, Bishop ef Salford ; Bishop's Honsei 

Salford, Manchester 
Talbot, Hon. Gilbert ; 24 Golden-square, London 
Talbot, Neil William ; 2 Victoria-place, Stonehoase, Plymouth 
Tandy, William (D D.) ; Banbury 

Tatchell, H. (F. Aloysius), Prior; St. Bernard's Abbey, Loughborough 
Tate, Robert (D.D.) ; Hazelwood, Tadcaster 
Tatlock, Thomas ; St. Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 
Tavares, Joseph da Silva, D.D. ; Brentwood, Essex 
Tayler, Edward ; 6 Spanish-place, Manehester-squaie, London 
Taylor, John; Thetford 
Taylor, Roger ; St. Augustine' s-place, Preston 
Taylor, William ; Famworth, Manchester 
Teebay, Charles ; St. Edward's College, Kverton, Liverpool 
Telford, Henry; North Hyde, near Hounslow 
Telford, John ; Ryde, Isle of Wight 
Telford, Thomas ; Burton-on-Trent 
Tempest, Thomas, Canon of Nottingham ; Grantham 
Terry, James ; Bilston 
Thompson, Henry; Pontefract 

Thompson, John, Canon of Beverley ; Convent, Banr, York 
Thompson, Robert, Canon of Beverley ; the Grang^e, Pontefitiet 
Thompson, William, Canon of Hexham ) Esh Laude, Durham 
Thrower, Henry, Canon of Northampton ; Sheiford, Biggleswade 
Tickell, George (Superior) ; Hodder, Whalley 
Tidmarsh, Joseph ; St Gregory's College, Downside, Bath 
Tiemey, M. A., Canon of Southwark ; Arundel, Sussex 
Tobin, John ; Shrewsbury 

Tobin, Thomas ; St. Joseph's, 6 Grosvend-street, Liverpool 
Todd, William Gouan, D.D. ; Chiselhurst 
Toohey, John ; A]cminster 
Toole, Laurence, Canon of Salford ; St Wilfrid's^ Bedferd*Bdwt, 

Manchester 
Toomey, D. ; St Joseph's, S7 ArtUlery-plaee, Bonhlll-row, London 
Toursel, J. ; 21 King-street, Portman-square, London 
Trappes, Francis; Chedeebvm Orange, Newoeitle^upea-Tyne. 



14^ LIST or THB CLERGY IN ENOLAMD AND WALES, 

Trappes, Michael ; Hull 

Trenow, Frederick W. ; Woodehester, Stroud, Gloucestershire 

Trovell, Very Rer. M., Y.G. and Canon of Shrewsbury ; Salter's Hall, 

Newport, Salop 
Tunstall, Charles; Brentford 

Tunstall, Edmund ; St Edmund's College, Old Hall Oreen, Ware 
Turpin, Robert ; Scorton, Gamtangp 
Tyrer, Richard ; Standish Hall, Wigan 
Tysan, Thomas ; Sedgley, Wolyerhampton 

Ullathorne, Right Rev. Wixxiam, Bishop of Birmingham; 

Bishop's House, Birmingham 
Ullathonie, Thomas ; Lowe House, St Helen's, Lancashire 
Unsworth, Thomas ; North Camp, Aldershott 
Utili, Paul ; Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire 

Yauohan, Bight Rev. William, Bishop of Plymouth ; 2 Victoria* 

place, Stonehouse, Plymouth 
Vals, John ; The Lodge, Taunton 
Vandenwegh, Desiderius ; Rochdale 
Vandepitte, Richard j 6 Juvenal-street, Liverpool 
Vauderaa, John ; St Mary's College, Park-road, Clapham 
Vanderstichele, Leo ; Bishop Eton, Liverpool 
Vandevoorde, P. H. ; Aldemey 

Vasseur, F. ; 21 King-street, Portman- square, London 
Yaughan, Edmund ; St Mary's College, Park-road, Clapham 
Yaughan, Herbert (Y.P.) ; St Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, 

Ware 
Yaughan, Richard J. ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 
Vavasour, Pliilip ; St Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, Durham 
Vincent, Very Rev. F. (Prov, Pass.); St Joseph's Retreat, The 

Hyde, Edgeware-road, London 
Vilas, Vincent ; St. Mary's, Rugby 
Virtue, Very R«v. Monsig. ; Camp at Aldershott 

Wiseman, Most Eminent and Most Rev. Nicholas, Cardinal, 

Archbishop of Westminster; 8 York-place, Portman-square, 

Loudon 
Warring, Right Rev. William, Bishop of Northampton; Bishop's 

House, Leicester-road, Northampton 
Weedall, Right Rev. Monsig. Henry (D.D.), Provost, Y.G. of Diocese 

of Birmingham, President, St. Mary's Coll.; Oscott, Birmingham 
Weld, Right Rev. Monsig. Francis ; Shrewsbury-place, Isleworth 
Walker, Charles ; Lea, Preston 

Walker, Henry ; St Mary*s College, Oscott, Birmingham 
Walker, Henry ; Everingham, Hayton, York 
Walker, James ; Stonyhurst College, Whalley 
Walker, John, Canon of Beverley; Scarborough 
Walker, John ; Kenilworth 

Walker, John ; St. Edward's College, Everton, Liverpool 
Walker, Thomas ; Brown Edge, Preston 
Walker, William ;St Augustine's Church, PrestoA 



LIST OF THE CLEROT IN ENGLAND AND WALES. 143 

Wallwork, John, Canon of Liverpool ; St. Nicholas', Warren-sireeti 
Liverpool 

Walmsley, Henry W. ; Wardour Castle, Salisbury 

Walmsley, John ; Lytham, Preston 

Walmsley, John, Canon of Lirerpool ; 53 Ashton-street, Liyerpool 

Walmsley, Joseph ; St. Wilfrid's, Chapel -street, Preston 

Walsh, John ; Holly-place, Hampstead 

Walsh, Patrick ; Llanheme, St. Columb 

Walsh, S. ; St Anthony's, Scotland-road, Liverpool 

Walshaw, Samuel ; Wydiffe Hall, Darling^n 

Walton, Thomas ; St. Anthony's, Scotland-road, Liverpool 

Walton, W. ; Altrincham 

Ward, Richard ; St. Catherine's-place, Frome 

Wassail, Thomas; Bonham House, Stourton, Wilts 

Waterworth, James, Canon of Nottingham ; Parliament-street, Newark 

Waterworth, William ; 9 Hill-street, Berkeley-square, London 

Watson, Arsenius ; Houghton-le-Springf 

Watson, Joseph ; Minsteracre's, Newcastle- on-I^e 

Weathers, Very Rev. William (D.D.), President, SL Edmund's Col- 
lege, Canon of Westminster ; Old HaU Green, Ware 

Weld, Alfred ; Stonyhurst Collegfe, Whalley 

Weld, Right Rev. Monsig. ; Shrewsbury-place, Isleworth 

Wells, Frederick F. ; the Oratory, Brompton, London 

Wells, James ; Batley-cum-Birstall, Dewsbury 

Wells, Stephen L. ; St. Patrick's, Drewton-street, Bradford, Yorkshirt 

Wells, William ; St. Mary's, Wigan 

Wenham, John G. ; Mortlake 

Weston, Thomas ; St Walburge^s, Preston 

White, Alfred ; Brook Green, Hammersmith 

Whitehouse, Edward ; Bosworth Hall, Welford 

Whitty, Very Rev. Robt (D.D.), Provost of Westminster ; St Mary's 
Cathedral, Moorfields; 22 Finsbury-circus, London 

Whyte, Edward ; Accrington 

Wilcock, Peter ; 56 Pleasant-street North, Kirkdale, Liverpool 

Wilding, James, Canon of Salford ; Granby-row, Manchester 

Wilkinson, Frauds (V.P.) ; St Cuthberfs College, Ushaw, Durham 

Wilkinson, John F. ; South-street, Chichester 

Wilkinson, Thomas ; Kendal 

Wilkinson, Thomas William, jun. ; Wolsingham, Darlington 

Williams, Edward ; Frome 

Williams, Francis ; Maryport 

Williams, John, Canon of Clifton ; Amo's Court, Brisling^n, Bristol 

Williams, Thomas ; St Walburge's, Preston 

Wilson, Arthur; Mossley, Ashton-under-Line 

Wilson, Very Rev. Joseph P., V.G. of Newport j Uske 

Windyer, Edward ; Stonehouse, PlymouUi 

Winter, Edward Walter ; Radford, Enstone 

Winter, Henry (D.D.) ; Alton, Cheadle 

Witham, Thomas ; Gainford, Darlington 

Woollett, Charles ; Holland-street, Kensington 

Woollett, Herbert, Canon of Plymouth ; 2 Victoria-place, Stonehouse, 
Plymouth 



144 BirOLISH PKCLATES, &C. OF THE PAPAL COURT. 

WooUett, Wiltiam L., Navy Chapliiin; Portsea 

Wonley, John C. ; Pierrepont-street, Bath 

Worthy, John ; Euxton, Choriey 

Woyte, John; Cardiff 

Wrennall, H. ; Darlington 

Wrennall, Jamet ; near Bamber Bridfre, Preston 

Wrennall, Joseph ; St Cuthbert* s Collegfe, Ushaw, Durham 

Wrennall, Thomas ; St. Chad's, Cheetham-road, Manchester 

Wrennall, WUliam ; St. Cuthberfs CoUegre, tJshaw, Durham 

Wyse, John ; Alcester-street, Birmiag'ham 

Young, William ; Clifden Lodge, Hanwell 

Zanetti, Vincent; St Mary's, 12 Earl-street, Westminster 
ZienkSewicK, V. O. (D.D.) j 30 Manchester-street, Manchester-square 
Zsilkay, J. ; SS. Peter and Paul's, Upper Rosoman-street, London 



N.B. Retired Priests, who wish their names to be continued in the 
alphabetical lists* are respectfully requested to send their ad- 
dresses, on or before 10th October 1857) to the Publishers. 



ENGLISH PRELATES AND CHAMBERLAINS OF THE 

PAPAL COURT. 

The Right Rev. Monsignore (Francis) Weld, Domestic Prelate of His 
Holiness, and Apostolical Prothonotaiy ; Shrewsbury-place, Isle* 
worth 

The Right Rer. Monsignore (Charles) Newshain, D.D , Domestic Pre- 
late of His Holiness, and President of St Cuthbert*s College, Ushaw 

The Right Rev. Monsignore (Henry) Weedall, D.D., Domestic Pre- 
late of His Holiness, Provost of Birmingham, and President of St, 
Mary's College, Oscott 

The Hon. and Very Rev. Monsignore (George) Talbot, Secret Cham- 
berlain of His Holiness, &c. ; Vatican, Rome 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (Francis) Searle, Secret Chamberlain of 
His Holiness, Canon of Westminster, &c. ; Archbishop's Housoi 
York-place, London 

The Very Rev, Monsignore (Thomas) Brindle, D.D.» Provost and 
Vicar Capitular of Clifton ; Moutpelier, Bath 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (Ferdinand) Englishi D.D., Canon ^ 
Clifton, &c. ; CliftoD, Bristol 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (Vincent William) Eyre ; 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (Charles Peter) Eyre ; Haggerstone Castlei 
Berwick-upon-Tweed 

The Very Rev. Monsignore (John) Virtue j the Camp, Aldershott 



LIST OF THB CLSROY IN SCOTLAMO* 145 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

Of the Right Reverend and Reverend the Clergy in Scotland^ 

with their Addrettet, 

Bennet, James ; Peterhead 

Black, Andrew ; Karnes Bay, Bute 

Black, John ; Gartland Cottage, Lanark 

Buckley, Jeremiah ; St. A. Ligiiorrs, Great Hamilton-street, Glasgow 

Burke, William ; Dairy, Ayrshire 

Campbell, Alexander ; Badenoch, Laggfin by Kinguissie 

Carmont, John ; Blair(2rowrie, Perthshire 

Carolun, John ; Port Glasf^ow 

Caven, William, sen. ; Auchinhalrig by Fochabers 

Caven, William, jun. ; Blairs College by Aberdeen 

Chisholm, Arch. ; St Mungt>'s, Stanhope-street, Glasgow 

Chisholm, Hugh ; Moidart, Strontian, InvemesS'Shire 

Chisholm, John ; Bomish, South Uist by Dunvogan 

Chisholm, Roderick ; St Mary's, Abercrombie-street, Glasgow 

Chisholm, Thomas ; Beauly, Inverness 

Chisholm, Y. ; St John's, Portugal-street, Glasgow 

Clapperton. James ; Peebles 

Clapperton, Robert; Dumfries 

Clapperton, William ; Preshomo, Enzie by Fochabers 

Condon, Michael ; Hamilton 

Cronln, Michael j Campbelltown 

Camming, Peter ; Church of Our Lady of Victories, Dundee 

Cumming, William ; St A. Llg^ori's, Great Hamilton-street, Glasgow 

Danaher, Francis ; Duntocher by Glasgow 

Danaher, J.; St Joseph's, North Woodside-rd., Cowcaddens, Glasgow 

Darcy, William ; Portobello 

Davidson, George ; 8t Andrew's, Dundee 

Dawson, William ; Inverness 

Dixon, Walter ; Girvan, Ayrshire 

Donohoe, Joseph ; St Mary*s, Broughton-street, Edinburgh 

Downie, William W. ; St. Mary's, Broughton-street, Edinburgh 

Dunphy, Richard ; St. Mary's, Abercrombie-strcet, Glasgow 

Eoan, James ; Galashiels, Roxburghshire 

Fleicino, Andrew ; Blairs College by Aberdeen 
Forbes, Donald ; Bunroy, Locbaber by Fort William 
Forbes, George George ; Ardoch by Ballater 
Forbes, Peter ; St Mary% Abercrombie-street, Glasgow 

GiLLis, Right Rev. James, Bishop of Limyra, T.A, of the Eastern 

District ; Greenhill, Edinburgh 
Gall, Henry ; Tomintoui by Ballendalloch 
Gall, John; Banff 



146 LIST OP THE CLEROY IN SCOTLAND. 

Gallagher, Daniel ; Partick 

Gallagher, Hugh ; St. Patrick*s, Coathridge 

Geddes, Adam ; Pollockshaws by Glasgow 

Gillis, Alexander ; Isle of Eigg, Arisaig by Fort William 

Gillon, John ; Lennextown of Campsie by Glasgow 

Qlennie, James ; Chapel town by BallindfUloch 

Gordon, Alexander ; Arbroath 

Gordon, William ; East Shaw-street, Greenoch 

Grant, Colin; Domie, Lochalsh, Ross-shire 

Grant, Peter; St Patrick's, 17 Brown-square, Edinburgh 

Grant, Peter J. ; Braemar by Ballater 

Gray, John ; St. Andrew's, 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 

Griffin, George A. ; New Abbey by Dumfries 

Grogtin, John ; St Andrew's, Dundee 

Hallinan, William ; Saltcoats, Ayrshire 

Hanly, Patrick ; St Patrick's, Uill-street, Anderston, Glasgow 

Ktle, Right Rev. James, Bishop of Germanicia, V.A. of the North- 
em District of Scotland ; Preshome, Enzie by Fochabers 
Keane, Thomas ; St. John's, Portugal-street, Glasgow 
Keenan, Stephen ; St Andrew's, Dundee 
Kelly, Michael; Milngavie 
Kemp, John ; Dufftown by Craigpellachi* 
Kerr, John ; Maryhill, Glasgow 
Kinsella, Augustine ; Wellburn, Lochee, Dundeo 
Kyle, John, Main- street, Cartsdyke 

Lamont, James ; Fasnakyle, Strathglass, Beauly 
Loggie, William ; Ballogie by Aboyne 

Murdoch, Right Rev. John, Bishop of Castabala, V.A. of the 

Western District of Scotland ; 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 
McCartney, David ; St Patrick's, 17 Brown-square, Edinburgh 
M'Cay, John ; St John's, Portugal-street, Gliwg^w 
McCorry, John S. ; Leith 
M*Cullow, Francis; Airdrie 

Macdonald, Archibald ; Church of Our Lady of Victories, Dundee 
Macdonald, Charles; Beauly, Inverness 
Macdonald, Coll ; Fort William 
Macdonald, John ; Falkirk 
Macdonald, John ; Eskadale, Strathglass, Beauly 
Macdonald, John ; Dumbarton 
Macdonald, Neil ; Drimnin by Oban 
Macdonnell, William ; Barra by Dunvegan 
Maceachen, Donald ; Johnstone by Glasgow 
Maceachron, John ; Portsoy 

Macgregor, James ; Ardkenneth, South Uist by Dunregam 
Macguire, Terence ; Huntly 

Macintosh, James ; St Andrew*s, 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 
Macintosh, William ; Keppoch, Arisaig by Fort William 
Mackay, Donald ; North Morar, Arisaig by Fort William 
Mackay, James ; Laguna Cottage by Stanley, Perthshire 
Mackay, William J Dalkeith 



LIST OF THE CLERGY IN SCOTLAND. 147 

Mackenzie, Charles ; Paisley 

Mackenzie, Donald ; Fort Angfustus 

Mackerrell, Francis ; Jedburg-h 

Maclacblan, John; Kilmarnock 

Maclachlan, Paal; Stirling 

Madauglin, Patrick ; Dalbeth House, Glasgfow 

MacmanuB, Patrick ; Perth 

Macnab, Duncan ; Airdrie 

Macpherson, Colin ; Bomish, South Uist by Dunvegan 

Macpherson, Very Rev. John, President of St Mary's College,'; 

Blairs, near Aberdeen, and V.G. of the Eastern District 
Maugfin, Joseph ; Galashiels, Roxburghshire 
Mann, William ; Blairs College by Aberdeen 
Milne, James ; Hamilton 

Noble, John ; Galashiels, Roxburghshire 

O'Connor, James ; Inverury by Keith Hall 

O'Donnell, Alexander; of St. Patrick's, 17 Brown-square, Edinburgh 

O'Gorman, Patrick ; Newton Stewart 

O'Keefe, Michael ; Coatbridge by Glasgow 

Prendergast, John ; Haddington 

Beid, Alexander ; Spnngbum by Glasgow 

Reid, Charles ; Greenock 

Bigg, George ; Perth 

Ritchie, John ; Preshome, Enzie by Fochabers 

Robertson, William ; Fochabers 

Roden, John ; Stranraer 

Smith, Right Rev. Alexander, Bishop of Parium, Coadjutor of the 

Western District ; 34 Great Clyde-street, Glasgow 
Sharp, John ; Blair's College by Aberdeen 
Shaw, John ; Rutherglen by Glasgow 
Sheedy, John ; Barrhead by Glasgow 
Small, Eugene ; of St. Mungo's, Stanhope-street, Glasgow 
Small, Henry ; Dumfries 
Smith, Andrew ; 5 Royal-terrace, Linlithgow 
Smith, William ; St. Mary's, Broughton-street, Edinburgh 
Smith, William ; Woodside of Strichen by Aberdeen 
Stopani, William ; Chapel-court, Aberdeen 
Stothert, James A. ; Carstairs by Lanark 
Strain, John ; Dalbeattie by Dumfries 
Stuart, John Frauds ; Dunfermline 
Stuart, Robert ; Tombae by Ballendalloch 
Sutherland, John ; Chapel-court, Aberdeen 

Taggart, Patrick ; Hawick 
Thomson, John ; Elgin 
Thomson, William ; Ayr 
Tochetti, Charles ; Keith 

Wallace, Thfmas ; Cumnock 

Witbam, Thomas ; Kirkconnell by Dumfries 



148 



STATISTICS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

IN GREAT BRITAIN. 

CHURCHES, CHAPELS, AND STATIONS IN EK6T«AND AND WAL^, 
WITH THE CORRESPONDING COUNTIES AND DIOCESES. 



Countiei. 
Angleoea . 
Beds . . 
Berks . . 

Brecon . • 

Bucks . . 
Cambridge 

Caermarthen 

Caernarvon 

Cardigan 

Cheshire 
Cornwall 
CumberUmd 
Denbigh 
Derby . 
Devon . 
Dorset . 
Durham 
Essex . 
Flint . 

Glamorgan 

Gloucester 
Hants . . . 

Hereford . . 

Herts . . . 
Huntingdon . 
Isle of Man . 
Isle of Wight. 
Kent Southwark 



Diocetfi. Ohi, 
. Shrewsbury . 1 
. Northampton I 
Southwark • 7 

* /Newport andl , 
' \ Menevia . / 
, Northampton 
. Northampton 

/Newport and^ 

* \ Menevia ./ 
. Shrewsbury . 

/ Newport and 1 
*V Menevia ./ 
. Shrewsbury 
. Plymouth . 
. Hexham . 
. Shrewsbury 
. Nottingham 
. Plymouth . 
. Plymouth . 
. Hexham . 

Westminster 
. Shrewsbury . 

/ Newport and i 
' \ Menevia ./ 
. Clifton ... 10 
. Southwark . 13 

/ Newport and> 
' \ Menevia ./ 
. Westminster . 2 
. Northampton 
. Liverpool . S 
. Southwark . S 
18 



4 
5 

S 

1 



27 
7 

9 

4 
10 
10 

9 

25 
10 

8 

10 



6 



OounHe*, 

Lancaster . . , 

Leicester . . . 

Lincoln. . . , 

Montgomery . . 

Middlesex • . 

Monmouth . . 

Norfolk . . . 

Northampton . 

Nottingham • • 
Northumberland 

Oxford . . . . 

Pembroke • . « 

Radnor • . . 

• 

Rutland . . . 

Salop . • . . 

Somerset . . . 

Stafford • . . 

Suffolk . . • . 

Surrey . . . . 

Sussex . . . « 

Warwick « . . 

Westmoreland . 

WUU . . . . 

Worcester . . . 

Yoik . I I . 

Ghemsey . . . 

Jersey • . • • 

Aldefney . . • 

Scilly fslands • 



Ckt, 

HI 

, IS 

IS 

, • 

, 44 



Dioceset. 
/Liverpool 040\ 
ISalford . 47t/ 
Nottingham # 
Nottingham . , 
Shrewsbury . . 
Westminster • , 
/Newport aiid\ i« 
1 Menevia. . / " 
Northampton . 8 
Northempton . I 
Nottingham . . 4 
Hexham . . . fl7 
Birmingham , . 9 
/Newport and\ « 
1 Menevia. ./ ^ 
/Newport aodl ^ 
1 Menevia , .J 
Nottingham . . 
Shrewsbury • . IS 
Clifton . ' . . . Is 
Binninglum . • 41 
Northampton . 7 
Southwark • . 21 
Southwark . . IS 
Binninghem . . 81 
Hexham . • • 2 
Clifton .... 4 
Birmingham . . li 
Beverley ... 75 
Southwark • . 1 
Southwark . . 2 
Southwark • • I 
Plymouth ... 



* Comprehending the Hundreds of West Derby, Leylandi Amounderoeiai 
and Lonsdale, south and north of the Sands. 

t Comprehending the Hundre^e of Salfocd and Blackhnm. 



CHURCHES. CHAPELS. AND STATIONS IN SCOTLAND, WITH THE 
CORRESPONDING COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS. 



Co«ntie». 
Aberdeen . 
Argyll . . 
Ayr . . . 
Banff . . 
Berwick . 
Bute . . . 
Caithness . 
Clackmannan 
Cromarty . 
Dumbarton 
Dumfries . 
Edinburgh 
Fife . . . 
Forfar . . 
Haddington 

Inverness . 

Kincardine 



Di$triet$. 

Northern . 

Western . 

Western . 

Northern . 

Eastern . 

Western . 

Northern . 

Eastern , 

Northern . 

Western . 

Eastern . 

Eastern . 

Eastern 

Eastern . 

Eastern 
fEast & West. 
\ Northern 

Eastern . 



ChM. 


Counties. 


. 15 


Kinross , . . 


. 4 


Kirkcudbright . 


. 12 




. 10 


Linlithgow . . 


. 


Moray .... 


1 


Nairn .... 


. 1 


Orkney and Shet-'i^ 
land . . . ./ 


. 


. 


Peebles, . . . 


. 2 


Perth .... 


4 


Renfrew . . . 


. 6 


Ross .... 


. 4 


Roxburgh . . . 


. 7 


Selkirk. . . . 


. 2 


Stirling. . . . 


! 1 


Sutherland . . 


Wigtown . . . 



JHtMci; 
Eastern 
Eastern 
Western . 

Eastern 
Northern . 
Northern . 

Northern . 

Eastern 
Eastern . 
Western , 
Northern . 
Eastern 
Eastern . 
Eastern 
Northern . 
Western . 



Cfti, 
S4 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, STATIOKP, &C. 



149 



SUMMARY OP CHURCHES, CHAPELS, AND STATIONS. 

In Enolanik 



Diocese of Westminster . . 56 

South wark .. 79 

Heihflm .. .. 63 

Bererlejr . . • • 75 

- Liverpool . . 94 

Salford .. .. 47 

Shrewsbury •« 63 



Diocese of Newport and 

Menevia .. .. 35 

Clifton .. 37 

Plymouth .. 26 

Nottingham . . 42 



In Scotia no. 



Birmingham .. 
Northftrnptoa 

Total . . . 



Eastern Dbtrid 
Western Distriat 



. • 



. • • • 



57 
71 



Nortiiem Distrkt 



• i 



9S 
90 

730 
36 



Total .. *« 164 
Gr€md Total rf CathoUc Churches, Chapeiif tmd maiioHM in Great 

Britain, 894. 



PRIESTS IN GREAT BRITAIN. 
England and Wales. 



Diocese of Westminsttr 

Southwark 

-' Hexham • • 

Beverley 

■ Liverpool 

■ Salford . • 

Shrewsbury 



»• 



• • 



• « 



t • 



129 
90 
72 
93 

166 
72 
52 



Diocese of Newport and 

Menevia .. .. 29 

Clifton .. .. 50 

Plymouth .. 28 

■ ■ Nottingham .. 47 

Birmingham .« 132 

*-"*-' Northampton 25 



Casterh District 
Western District 






Total 
In Scotland. 

37 I Northern District 

59 St Mary's College, Blairs 



* • t • 



• . • • 



U5 
6 



Total .. ..ISO 
Grand Total of PrieMia in Great Britain, tnctuditig Bishopi and Priests 
unaitachedf as per Alphabetical List, 1162. 



COLLEGES. 
In England there are ten Catholie Colleges, viz, .« 



St. Edmund's, Hertfordshire. 
St. Gregory's, Somersetshire. 
Stonyhnrst, Lancashire. 
St. Mary'S) Staffordshire. 
St CtEitbbert'i, Ushaw, Durham. 
St. Lawrence's, Yorkshire. 
In Scotlandy (me College, viz, St Mary'0, Blairs, Kincar^neeliire. 



St. Edward's, Lancashire* 
Monnt St. Mary's, Derbyshire. 
Coli^^ of the Immamilate Con- 
ception, Leicestershire. 
St. Be«UiO's, Flintshire. 



150 LIST OF CITIES, TOWNS, &C. 

RELIGIOUS HOUSES AND COMMUNITIES OF MEN. 



Diocese of Westminster 

Southwark 

Beterley 

Liverpool 

Salford . . 



Diocese of Westminster 
■ • Southwark 

Hexham .. 

Beverley 

- Liverpool 
— — Salford . . 

Shrewsbury 



5 
3 
3 
2 
1 



Diocese of Shrewsbury 

Clifton . . 

Nottingham 

- Birmingham 

Total 



CONVENTS. 

Diocese of Clifton 

Plymouth 



18 
10 
4 
7 
12 
9 
3 



Newport & Menevia 3 



Nottingham . . 
Birmingham . • 
Northampton . • 
Scotland . • 

Total .. .. 



1 
2 
3 
3 

23 

5 
3 
5 
19 
2 
6 

106 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

Of Cities, Towns, Villages, and other Places in England and 

Walks, where there are 

CHURCHES OR CHAPELS. 

With References to the page of the Directory in which each Church or 
Chapel, and the name or names of the Clergyman or Clergymen 
thereto attached, are to be found. 



Abbot's Salford, 106 
Aberford, 64 
Aberdare, 93 
Abergavenny, 91 
Abermarlais, 94 
Abingdon, 54 
Accrington, 82 
Acton, 42 
Acton Bumell, 86 
Aigburth, 72 
Aiskew, 64 
Aldenham, Priory, 86 
Aldemey, 58 
Aldershott Camp, 55 
Alnwick, 61 
Alston Lane, 72 
Alton, 108 
Alton Towers, 108 
Altrincham, 87 
Amble, 61 
Ampleforth, 64 



Appleton, 72 

Arno's Court, 95 

Arundel, 57 

Ashby-de-Ia-Zouch, 
103 

Ashbourne, 102 

Ashford, 55 

Ashley, 108 

Ashton-und>'-Lyne, 82 

Ashton-in-the- Wil- 
lows, 72 

Aston, 108 

Aston-le- Walls, 112 

Atherston, 106 

Avon Dassett, 106 

Aughton, 72 

Axminster, 99 

Aylesbury, 112 

Bacup, 82 
Baddesley,Clinton,I06 



Banbury, 107 
Bangor, 88 

Batley-cum-Birstall,64 
Barnard Castle, 60 
Bamet, 44 
Bamsley, 64 
Barnstaple, 99 
Barrow, 103 
Barton-on-Irwell, 82 
Barton-on-Ifumber, 

104 
Bath, 96 
Bayswater, 43 
Bedford Leigh, 72 
Bedminster, 96 
BeUingham, 61 
Belmont, 92 
Bermondsey, 51 
Berwick-on-Tweed, 61 
Beverley, 64 
Biddleston, 61 



CONTAINING CHURCHES OR CHAPELS. 



151 



Bmington, 82 

Bilston, 108 

Birchley, 72 

Birkenhead, 87 

Birmingham, 105 

Birtley, 60 

Bp. Auckland, 60 

Bp. Eton, 72 

Bp. Thornton, 64 

Birdholme, 102 

Blackbrook, 73 

Blackburn, 83 

Blackeley, 83 
i Blackrod, 83 

Blackpool, 73 
* Bloxwich, 108 

Bodmin, 100 

Bollington, 87 

Bolton-le-Moors, 83 

Bonham House, 96 

Bootle, 73 

Boston, 104 

Besworth Hall, 103 

Botleigh Grange, 54 

Bradford, 64 

Brailes, 106 

Bramley, 64 

Brandsby Hall, 64 

Brecon, 92 

Brentford, 43 

Brentwood, 47 

Brewood, 108 
Bridgend, 93 
Bridgenorth, 86 
Bridgewater, 96 
Bridport, 100 
Brierley Hill, 108 
Brigg, 104 
Brighton, 57 
Brindle, 73 
Bristol, 95 
Broadway, 109 
Brockampton, 54 
Brooms, 60 
Brompton, 55 
Brompton, Lond., 41 
Bromwich West, 109 
Brough Hall, 65 
Broughton Hall, 65 
Brown Edge, 83 
Buckland, 54 
Bungay, 114 



Burgwallis, 65 
Burnley, 83 
Burscough Hall, 73 
Burton Green, 54 
Burton Park, 57 
Burton-on-Trent, 108 
Bury, 83 

BurySt.Edmnnds,113 
Buxton, 102 

Caermarthen, 94 
CalehiU, 55 
Callaly Castle, 61 
Cambridge, 113 
Camborne, 100 
Campden House, 95 
Cannington, 96 
Canterbury, 55 
Cardiff, 93 
Carlisle, 59 
Carlton, 65 
Carmel House, 60 
Castleton, Isle of Man, 

76 
Chatham, 55 
Cheadle, 108 
Cheesebum Grange, 

61 
Chelsea, 41 
Chelmsford, 47 
Cheltenham, 95 
Chepstow, 91 
Chester, 87 
Chesterfield, 103 
Chichester, 57 
Chideock, 100 
Chippenham, 97 
Chipping, 83 
Chipping Norton, 107 
Chipping Sodbury, 95 
Cbiselhurst, 56 
Chorley, 73 
Cirencester, 95 
Clapham, 52 
Claremont, 53 
Claughton, 73 
Clayton Green, 73 
Cleator, 59 
Clerkenwell, 38 
Clewer Green, 54 
CUfford, 65 
CUfton, 95 



Clitheroe, 83 
Cobridge, 108 
Cockermouth, 59 
Coedangred, 91 
Colchester, 47 
Colston Basset, 103 
Congleton, 87 
Corby, 104 
Cossey, 113 
Cossey Hall, 113 
Cottam, 73 
Coughton Court, 106 
Courtfield, 92 
Coventry, 106 
Cowes (I. of W.), 55 
Cowpen, 61 
Crayford, 56 
Crathome, 65 
Cresswell, 108 
Crewe, 87 
Croft, 78 
Crooke, 60 
Crosby, Great, 74 
Crosby, Little, 74 
Crozdale HaU, 60 
Croydon, 53 

Darlington, 60 
Deal, 56 
Deptford, 56 
Derby, 102 
Dewsbury, 65 
Dodding Green, 62 
Doncaster, 65 
Dorchester, 107 
Dover, 56 
Dowlais, 93 
Downside, 96 
Douglas (I. of Man), 76 
Droylsden, 83 
Dudley, 109 
Duckinfield, 87 
Durham, 60 

Easingwold, 65 
Eastbourne, 57 
Eastwell, 103 
Eccleston, Great, 74 ' 
Edgbaston, 106 
Egton Bridge, 65 
Ellingham, 61 
Ely, lis 



152 



LIST OF CITIES, TOWNS) &C. 



Enfield, 88 
ErdingtOQ, 106 
Erwood Hall, 87 
Esh Laude, 60 
Euxton, 73 
ETeringhanif 65 
Exeter, 09 

Fairford, 96 
Failsworth, 83 
Falmouth, 101 
Faraworth, 83 
Felling, The, 00 
Felton Park, 61 
Femyhalgh, 78 
Fleetwoott-oft-*Wyrt, 

73 
Flint, 89 
Follaton, 99 
Formbf, 73 
Foxcote, 106 
Frome, 96 
Fulham, 48 

Gainsbonnigh, 104 
Gainford, 60 
Garstang, 73 
Garswood, 73 
Gateshead, 60 
Gillmoss, 73 
GUlbrook* 87 
Glossop, 101 
Gloucester, 95 
Goosenargfay 74 
Gosport, 64i 
Grace Dieu, 108 
Grafton Manor, 109 
Grange, The, 65 
Grantham, 104 * 
GrtTftfeod, 86 
Great Crosby* 74 
Great Ecoleston, 74 
Great Qrimskrjr, 104 
Great Hafirood» 108 
Great Marlow, 113 
Great Yarmouth, 118 
Greenwidh, 87 
Grinstead, Wtst, 86 
Guernsey, 58 
Guildford, 58 

Hackney, S6 
HaggentoneCaktle, 61 



HaintoB, 101 
Halifax, 65 
Hall Green, Old, 47 
Hammersmith, 41 
Hampstead, 44 
Hampton > on « the * 

HiU, 106 
Handsworth) 106 
Hanley, 109 
Hanwell, 42 
Hartlepool, 60 
Harvington Hall) UO 
HasUngden, 83 
Hassop, 103 
Hastings, 57 
Hathersage, 103 
Haunton Hall, 108 
Haverford West, 93 
Hazlewood, 65 
Hedon, 65 
Hendred, 5^ 
Hengrave Hall» 114 
Hereford, 02 
Hethe, 107 
Hertford, 47 
Hexham, 61 
Heythrop, 107 
Heywood, 83 
Highbridgc, 54 
Hinckley, 108 
Hindley, 74 
Hollo way, 45 
Holme, 65 
Holt, 103 
Holyhead, 89 
Holywell, 89 
Hornby, 74 
Hornby Castle, 65 
Horsham, 58 
Houghton Hall, 65 
Houghton -le - Spring, 

60 
Howden, 65 
Hoxton, 46 
Huddersfield, 65 
Hull, 65 

Hutton House, 60 
Huyton, 74 
Hyde, 87 - 
Hyde, The, 44 

Ince Blundell, H 



IngatestoQ Hall, 47 
Ipswich, 114 
Isleworth, 43 
Isle of Dogs, 46 
Islington, 45 

Jersey, 58 

Keighley, 65 
Kemerton, 96 
Kendal, 62 
Kenil worth, 106 
Kensington, 41 
Kentish Town, 44 
Kidderminster, 110 
Kilvington, 65 
Kingsland, 46 
K ingston* on-Thaa»i, 

53 
Knara^ioro\ 68 
Knutsftird, 87 

Lancaster, 72 
LartingtoD, 66 
Lawkland, 66 
Lea, 74 
Lee House, 83 
Learn ington Priora^l 06 
Leeds, 66 
Leek, lOS 
Leicester, 103 
Levenshulme, 88 
Leyburn, 66 
Leyland, 74 
Lichfield, 108 
Lincoln, 104 
Lingdale House, 87 
Linton-on-Oa8«, 66 
Liscard, 87 
Liskeard, lOl 
LitUe Crosby, 74 
Litde Malvern, 1 10 
Liverpool^ 69 
Llanarth Court, 92 
Llaoheme, 10 1 
Llansaniffrad, 92 
Uewesog, 88 
London and Sttbnrbflf 

34.46 
Longhoraley, 63 
Longton, 108 
Longwortb, 92 
Loughborough, 108 



CONTAINING CHURCHES OR CHAPELS. 



153 



Louth, 104 
Lulworth Castle, 1 00 
Lydiate, 74 
Lymington, Si 
Lyme, 100 
Lymm, 87 
Lynn, 113 
Lys Marie, 67 
Lytham, 74 

Macclesfield, 88 
Madeley, 86 
Malton, 66 
Manchester, 83 
Manor Honse, Ken- 

nington, 5Z 
Margate, 57 
Market Drayton, 86 
Market Raisen, 104 
MarnhuU, 100 
Marton, 66 
Maryport, 59 
Mary vale, 108 
Masbro', 66 
Mawdesley, 74 
Mawley, 86 
Melton Mowbray, IDS 
Middleton, Salop, 86 
Hidford Castle, 96 
Midhurst, 58 
Middlesbro'- on -Tees, 

66 
Middlewich, 88 
Milford, 85 
Ministeracres, 62 
Mitcham, 53 
Mold, 89 
Moorfields, 36 
Monmouth, 92 
Mortlake, 53 
Morpeth, 62 
Mossley, 66 
Mount St. Mary's, 103 
Myddleton Lodge, 66 

Nantwich, 88 
Neston, 88 
Netherton, 74 
Newcastle - on - Tyne, 

61 
Newcastle - under - 

Lyne, 108 
NewbaU, 4/ 



Newbridge, 93 
Newbury, 54 
Newark, 102 
Newland_Fark, 66 
Newhiarket, 113 
New Mills, 103 
Newport (I. of W.), 55 
Newport (Mon.), 91 
Newport, Salop, 86 
Newsham, 74 
Northampton, 112 
North Hyde, 43 
Northwich, 88 
Norwich, 113 
Norwood, 53 
Nottingham, 102 
Nuneaton, 106 
Nympsfield, 96 

Old Swan, 74 
Oldcoates, 102 
Oldham, 84 
Ormskirk, 74 
OrrelJ, 74 
Osbaldeston, 84 
Oscott, 107 
Osgodby, 104 
Otley, 66 
Oundle, 112 
Oulton, 108 
Over Darwen, 85 
Oxburgh, 113 
Oxford, 107 

Pantasaph, 89 
Parkgate, 88 
Peckham, 53 
Pembroke Dock, 93 
Pendlebury, 84 
Penlyn, 92 
Penrith, 59 
Penzance, 101 
Peterborough, 112 
Pleasington Priory, 85 
Flowden Hall, 86 
Plymouth, 99 
Pocklington, 66 
Pontefract, 66 
Pontypool, 92 
Poole, 100 
Poplar, 46 
Portico, 74 
Portsea, 54 

Q 



Poulton-le-Fylde, 74 
Preston, 74 
Princethorpe, 107 
Puddington, 88 

Radford, 107 
Rainhill, 75 
Ramsbottom, 85 
Ramsgate, 57 
Ratcliffe, 103 
Rawtenstall, 85 
Reading, 54 
Redditch, 107 
Reigate, 53 
Rhyl, 89 

Richmond, Surrey, 53 
Richmond, 66 
Ripon, Yorksh., 66 
Rixton, 75 
Rochdale, 85 
Roehampton, 53 
Romford, 47 
Rotherhithe, 52 
Rotherwas, 92 
Rugby, 107 
Rugeley, 108 
Ruocorn, 88 
Ryde, 55 
Rye, 58 

St. Asaph, 88 

St Benedict's Priory 

108 
St. Bernard's Abbey, 

103 
St. George's Fields, 50 
St. Helen's, 75 
St. Helier, Jersey, 58 
St. John's Wood, 44 
St. Leonard's, 57 
St. Pierre, Guernsey, 5 8 
St. Wilfrid's, 109 
Salford, 82 
Salisbury, 97 
Salmesbury, 85 
Salt Hill, 112 
Sandbach, 88 
Sawston, 113 
Scarborough, 66 
Scarisbrick Hall, 75 
Scartbingwell Hall, 66 
Scholes, 75 
Scorton, Yorksh., 65 



154 CITIES; &C. CONTAININQ CHURCHES OR CHAPELS. 



Scorton, Lancash., 7^ 
Seaham Harbour, 60 
Seaton Delaval, 62 
Sedgfield, 60 
Sedgley, 108 
Sedgley Park, 108 
Sclby, 67 
Sheemess, 57 
Shefford, 112 
Sheffield, 67 
Shepshed, 103 
Shepton Mallett, 96 
Shields, North, 62 
Shields, South, 60 
Shomcliffe, 57 
Shortwood, 97 
Shrewsbury, 86 
Sickling Hall, 67 
Singleton, 75 
Skipton, 67 
Slindon House, 58 
SolihuU, 107 
Somers-town, 41 
Souldern House, 107 
Southampton, 55 
South Hill, 75 
South Shields, 60 
Southport, 75 
South wark, 52 
Spetchley, 110 
Spetisbury, 100 
Spitalfields, 37 
Stafford, 108 
Stalybrldge, 88 
Stamford, 104 
Stanbrook, 110 
Stondish Hall, 75 
Stanningiield, 114 
Stapehill, 100 
Stella, 60 -, 
Stockport, 88 
Stockton-on-Tees, 60 
Stoke - by - Nayland, 
114 

Stoke-upon-Trent, 108 
Stone, 109 
Stonor, 107 
Stonyhurst, 85 
Stourbridge, 110 
Stourton, 67 
Stratford y Essex, 47 



Stratford - on - Avon, 

107 
Stroud, 96 
Studley, 107 
Stydd Lodge, 85. 
Sunderland, 60 
Sutton, 75 

Sutton Coldlield, 107 
Sutton Place, 53 
Swansea, 93 
Swettenham Hall, 88 
Swinburne Castle, 62 
Swindon, 96 
Swynnerton Park, 109 

Talacre Hall, 89 
Tarn worth, 109 
Taunton, 97 
Tawstock, 99 
Teignmouth, 09 
Testbonme, 55 
Thelton, 113 
Thetford, 114 
Thorndon Hall, 47 
Thomley, 60 
Thropton HaU, 62 
Thurnham, 75 
Thurnham Hall, 75 
Tichborne, 55 
Tiverton, 99 
Torquay, 100 
Tottenham, 46 
Tredegar, 92 
Treforest, 93 
Trelawney, 101 
Tunbridge Wells, 67 
Tunstall, 109 
Turnham Green, 42 

Ugbrook, 100 
Ugthorpe, 67 
Ulverston, 75 
Up'ton-on-Sevem, 110 
Ushaw, 61 
Uske, 92 
Uttozeter, 109 

Wakefield, 67 
Walker, 62 
Wall Knowl, 62 
Walsall, 109 
Walthamstow, 47 



Walton, 85 

Wandsworth, 53 

Wappenbury, 107 

Wardour Castle, 97 

Warrington, 75 

Warwick Bridge, 59 

Wednesbury, 109 

Weedon, 1121 

Weld Bank, 75 

Wellington, 86 

Weobley, 92 

West Bromwich, 109 

Westbury-on-Trim, 96 

Weston Hall, 1Q7 

Weston Underwood, 
113 

Weybridge, 53 

Weymouth, 100 

Whitby, 67 

Whitechurch, 86 

Whitehaven, 59 

Whit wick, 103 

Wigan, 75 

Wigton, 59 

WillenhaU, 109 
Willows, The, 75 
Winchester, 54 
Witham, 48 

Witton Shields, 62 

Wisbeach, 113 
Wolsingham, 61 
Wolverhampton, 109 
Woodchester, 96 
Wood Lane, 109 
Wodler, 62 
Woolhampton, 54 
Woolston, 75 
Woolwich, 57 
Woolton-Much, 76 
Wootton HaU, 107 
Worcester, 109 
Workington, 59 
Worksop, 102 
Wrexham, 88 
Wrightington Hall, 76 
WycHffe, 67 

Yarm, 67 
Yarmouth, 113 
Yealand, 76 
York, 64 



15S 



ENGLISH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 

BU 0Iimunli'9 College, 

Old Hall Green^ near Warey Hertfordshire, 

Established in 1795. 

Very Bey. William Weathers, D.D., President. 
Rev. Herbert Vaughan, Vice-President. 

The coarse of studies is directed for the education of young men 
who are intended either for busii^ess or for any one of the learned pro- 
fessions, or who are preparing themselves to enter the ecclesiastical 
state. As the College is associated with the London University, 
Students may, if it is wished, be prepared to take their degrees there. 
The age of admission is from eight to fifteen. 

Particulars, regarding terms, &c., may be obtained by making ap- 
plication to the President, or to the Very Rev. James Canon O'Neal, 
Grove-road, St. John's-wood, London. 

%X, €Ptllt|)bnt'0 ^oUege, Ushaw^ near l>urham. 

Founded at Crook Hall in 1794 ; removed to the New College at 

Ushaw in 1808. 

Particulars regarding the course of education, terms, &c., may be 
learnt by application to the President, the Right Rev. Mohsignor 
Pharles Newsham, D.D., or to the Very Rev. Monsignor Vincent 
ifiyre. 

^t. ;^ta¥fi'fl G^ollegr, Oscott, r^ear BirmiHffham. 

With the usual complement of Professors and others. 

Situated in one ofihe healthiest parts of England, and built ex- 
pressly for its present purpose; St Mary's College receives Students 
from the age of eight years and upwards, to be prepared for commerce, 
and for the learned professions, equally as for the Church. The system 
pursued in it embraces, besides the classical languages, French, Italian, 
and German, which are taught to all who pursue the ordinary course of 
studies. Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, assisted by very com- 
plete apparatus, as well as History, Geography, Elocution, and other 
branches of learning becoming either a scholar or a gentleman. Every 
care is taken of the health and comfort of the pupils ; and it need not 
be added, that their moral and religious instruction is an object of the 
utmost solicitude and attention. The College is aggregated to the 
Xiondon University, and several of its pupils have been presented there 
for examination, both for matriculation and bachelorship of arts, with 
most satisfactory success. The course of studies is likewise directed 
to meet the matriculation-examination of Trinity College, Dublin. 

For particulars apply to the President, the Right Rev. Monsignor 
Weedall, D.D. ; or to the Right Revv. tlie Bishops of Birmingham, 
of Northampton, of Nottingham, or of Shrewsbury. 



156 ENOLISU CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 

£tons|)ttr0t CDoUegef near Whalley, Lancashire. 
Established in 1794. 

For infonnation as to terms and course of education, application 
may be made to the Her. William Waterworth, 9 Hill-street, Berkeley- 
square, London ; or to the Rev. Francis Clough, Stonyhurst College. 



£t. fLainrrnre's OolUgr, AmpJrforth, York. 

Prendent'-Die Very Rev. W. Ralph Cooper. 

K.B. The nearest railway-station is at Gilling, on the Malton and 
Thirik branch of the North-Eastem Railway. 



St Sregorfi's College, D&umsidg, near Bath, 
President — ^Very Rev. James Norbert Sweeney. 



JSt. lEbtuaYlk'S College, Everton, near Liverpool. 

President — The Very Rev. Canon Fisher, D.D. 
Vice-President — The Rev. John Walker. 
Professor — The Rev. Charles Teebay. 

The course of studies comprises all the branches of a liberal and 
polite education — the Classical languages, Greek and Latin ; Modem 
languages, English, French, and German, taught by native professors ; 
History, Geography, Elocution, Writing, Arithmetic, Mathematics, 
Book-keeping, and the Elements of Natural Philosophy. 

The College has been iitted-up with due attention to the health and 
conifort of the pupils, and furnishes every accommodation the most 
anxious parent could desire. A large and extensive playground is 
attached, and affords ample scope for games and exercise. 

The pension is 40/. a-year under the age of twelve ; 45/. between 
twelve and fourteen ; and fifty guineas above that age. The pension is 
paid half-yearly in advance, and a quarter's notice is required previous 
to the removal of any student. Instead of each student providing him- 
self with silver fork, spoon, and linen, three guineas will be charged as 
entrance, and those articles will be supplied by the house. Music, 
Drawing, Dancing, French and German, are extra charges ; books and 
stationery for the use of class 2L a-year. Washing according to the 
expwiditure of each mdividual. * 

V f\>r'® two vacations in the 'course of the year; one o^ seven 
duratl ^|^^"»«mer, and another at Christmas of about three weeks' 
openiiiff ' *^"^^^*^15ty in sending back the pupils to College for the 
upon par ^ t **®®» *^' ^^^^ vacation, is most urgently inculcated 

legef Li/ero^oL ^"*'^*"' "PP^^ *® *^« President, St. Edward's Col- 



EMOLISH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 157 

dDftlUge of t^t lEmmatttUte ^onttpiion, RatcKffe, near Lough- 
borough, Leicestershire, . 

President — ^Very Rev. Peter Hatton. 

This College is condacted by the Fathers of Charity. It is situated 
at the distance of seven miles from Leicester and Loughborough, and 
of about three miles from the Syston station (M.R.). The accommo- 
dation for the students has been considerably increased, a spacious 
study- room and a play -room, with a large dormitory, and a number 
of private rooms have been erected. 

For particulars, apply to the President as above ; to the Very Rev. 
A. M. Rinolfi, Rugby ; to the Rev. Moses Furlong, St. Mary*s, Rugby ; 
and to the Rev. Henry Hopkins, Newport, Monmouthshire, 



College of i^tount ^t. £^&xxt% near Chetterfield. 

This College is conducted by Clergymen connected with the Col* 
lege of Stonyhurst; it is situated nine miles from Sheffield, seven 
miles from Chesterfield, and one from the Eckington station (N.M.R.). 

For particulars, apply to the President, Rev. Maurice Mann, 
Mount St. Mary's, Chesterfield ; to the Rev. William Waterworth, 9 
Hill- street, Berkeley-square, London; to the Rev. Charles CoUyns, 
Salisbury-street, Liverpool ; and to the Rev. Joseph Bond, Preston. 

Bt Ideuno's College. 

Rector — Rev. William CardwelL 



ENGLISH COLLEGE, ROME. 
Founded by Bull of Pope Gregory XIII., dated April 23^, 1579. 
Rector — ^Very Rer. Robert Comthwaite, D.D. 
Vice-Rector ^B^Y, Dr. Cruikshank. 



COLLEGIO PIO, ROME. 

Director — The Very Rev. Louis B. English, D.D, 

Vice-Director — Rev. Dr. Banns. 

This College was founded by his Holiness in 1852, and has been 
quite recently located under the same roof as the venerable English 
College ; retaining, however, its owYi separate regulations. The object 
of its establishment was to supply the long-felt want of a College 
adapted for the reception of such persons as, having indeed a vocation 
to the Priesthood, were prevented by age, or health, or previously- 
formed habits, from conforming to the usual minute discipline enforced 
in the seminaries abroad. 

The agents for this College in England, appointed by the Holy 
Father, are the Very Rev. Mgr. Ferdinand English, D.D. (Canon of 
Clifton), Cannington, Bridgwater; and the Very Rev. Frederick Oake- 
ley (Canon of Westminster), Duncan- terrace, Islington. By either of 
these contributions (whether annual or single) will be gratefully ac- 
knowledged, and any information required readily given. 



158 EKGLtSB CAtttOLIC COtLBOSS. 

ENGLISH COLLEGE, LISBON. SS. PETEB AND PAUL. 

Established 1624. 

The Very Rev. Joseph Ilsley, D.D., President and Professor cf 
Canon Law. 

The Rev. Peter Baines^ Fice-Presidmi and Professor of Phi- 
losophy, 

Rev. Lawrence Richmond, Professor of Theology, Church ffistory. 
Scripture, and Hebrew. 

The Rev. William Hilton, Procurator-General and Fice-ltector of 
Secular Boarding-School, 

The Rev. William Browne, Professor of humanities. 

Very Rev. Ed. Canon Kenrick, St Patrick's, Liverpool ; attd Ref. 
Thomas Barge, 78 Dean-street, Soho, London, Agents for the College, 



ENGLISH COLLEGE, VALLADOLID; 

Very Rev. John Guest, Rector, 

V«i7 Rev. Edward Canon Carter, Bolton, Lancashire, Jgent, 

ST. EDMUND'S COLLEGE, DOUAY, 

Departement du Nord» 

EstabUshedinieil. 

For particulars, apply to the Rev. R. P. Burchall, Douay, d^p. du 
Nord, France ; and the Very Rer. T. Heptonstall, Prov. O.S.B., 
Convent, Stanbrook, Worcester. 

STAFFORDSHIRE.— ^erfgfey Park, hear Wolverhampton. 

'President — ^Very Rev. George Canon Rolfe. 
Vice-President — Rev. James Moore. 

Established a.d. 1763. 

The object of this establishment is to give a useful English educa- 
tion to those who are intended for mercantile pursuits ; and also an 
elementary knowledge of the classical languages to those who may be 
preparing for any of the professions, or to complete their course of 
«tudies at any of our Catholic colleges. 

The pension, to be paid half-yearly in advance, is 2BI, per annum. 
Age fbr admission from seven to fourteen. 

For further particulars, apply to the President, as above. 

Agent for the school in London, the Rev. James Bamber, 6 
Spanish-place, Manchester -square. 



This School is intended, not as a general place of education, but 

only for boys who, possessing good abilities and dispositions, are willing 

■^ —ork hard and get on. And it designs to give to such a sou&d Eng- 



ENGLISH AND SCOTCH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 159 

lisli education, together with Latin, French, and Vocal Music, in order to 
fit them for the ecclesiastical state if they should hereafter be called to 
it, or to make them useful in their station if they remain in the world. 

The School is conducted by Rev. J. G. Wenham and another 
priest, aided by two assistants. 

Boys to be admitted must be over eight years of age, and under 
twelve, able to read and write, and recommended for the qualifications 
already mentioned. 

Terms: 1/. entrance; pension, 20/. to 25/., paid in advance on the 
quarter-days ; books, 1/. per annum. A quarterns notice or payment 
on withdrawal. 

These payments, when made punctually, include all extras, except 
medical attendance in case of illness. 



JSt. fi^X^'H JSt^OOl, Woolhamptotii near Newhury^ Berks, 

Under the patronage of his Eminence Cardinal Wiseman and the 

Bishop of Southwark. 

President — Very Rev. John Crook all, B.D., Can. of Southwark. 
Vice-President — The Rev. R. S. Hodgson. 

The pension (paid quarterly in advance) is as follows : 

For boys under ten years . . . . £13 

Above that age 15 .0 

For the usual extras of washing, mending, school- 
books, stationery, &c 3 10 

For further particulars, apply to the President, as above. 

N.B. The younger boys are placed at St. Joseph's^ London-road, 
Newbury, under the care of ladies. 



COLLEGE IN SCOTLAND. 

St* fSiSXl^^fif BlairSf near Aberdeen, 

Opened 2d June 1829. 

Very Rev. John Macpherson, President ; Rev. John Sharp, Erne" 
rittts ; RevT. William Hann, and William Caven, junior. Professors ; 
Rev. Andrew Fleming, Procurator, 

SCOTCH COLLEGE, ROME. 
Very Rev. Alexander Grant, D.D., Rector, 



SCOTCH COLLEGE, VALLADOLID. 
Very Rev. J. Cameron, Rector ; Rev. J. Cowie, Vice-Rector* 

SCOTCH COLLEGE (MONASTERY OF ST. JAMES), 

RATISBON. 

The Benedictine Fathers. 



160 CATHdttC (iNtVfiRSttV, DU8LtN< 



CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, DUBLIN, 
86 k 87 Stephen's Green, South. 

The list of College Authorities, Professors, and Lecturers, hitherto 
named, stands as follows : 

Rector : Very Rev. Dr. Newman. 

Vice-Rector : Very Rev. Dr. Leahy. 

Professor of Dogmatic Theology: Rev. Father O'Reilly, D.D., S.J. 

Professor of Sacred Scripture: Very Rev. P. Leahy, D.D. 

Professor of Classical Literature : Robert Ornsby, Esq., M.A., Oxon. 

Professor of Mathematics : Edward Butler, Esq., M.A. Dublin. 

Professor of Jrchaology and Irish History: Eugene Curry, Esq., 

M.R.LA,, &c. &c. 
Professor of Engineering : Terence Flanagan, Esq., M.I.C.E. 
Professor of Natural Philosophy : Henry Hennessy, Esq., M.R.I.A. 
Professors of Anatomy and Physiology: Thomas Hayden, F.RC.S.I.; 

and Robert Cryan, L.R.C.S.I , and K. & a.C.P.1. 
Professor of Pathological Anatomy : Robert D, Lyons, M.B.T.C.D. 

and L.R.C.S. 
Projessor of the Theory and Practice of Surgery: Andrew Ellis, F.RC.S.I. 
Demonstrators of Anatomy : Henry Tyrrell, L.R.C.S.I. ; and John 

O'Reilly, L.RC.S.L 
Lecturer on Political Economy : John O'Hagan, Esq. 
Lecturer on Poetry : D. F. M'Carthy, Esq. 
Lecturer on the Philosophy of History: T. W. Allies, Esq., M.A., 

Oxon. « 

Lecturer on Geography : J. B. Robertson, Esq. 
Lecturer on Ancient History : James Stewart, Esq., M.A., Cant 
Lecturer on Logic: D. B. Dunne, Esq., D.D., D. Ph. 
Lecturer on Political and Social Science : Aubrey de Vere, Esq, 
Lecturer on the Fine Arts : J. H. Pollen, Esq., M.A., Oxon. 
Lecturer on French Literature : M. Pierre le Page Renouf. 
Lecturer on Italian and Spanish Literature : Signoc MaranL 
Dean of the House, 6 Harcourt-street : Very Rev. the Rector. 
Dean of the House, attached to the University Rooms, 86 Stephen's^ 

green, S. : Rev. M. Flannery. 
Dean of the House, 16 Harcourt-street : Very Rev. Dr. Quinn. 
Dean of the House of Our Blessed Lady of Mount Carmel : Very Rev. 

Thos. Bemielt, Provincial of the Order. 
Private Tutors of the House, 86 Stephen's Green, S, : Rev. W. Penny, 

M.A., Oxon, and Dr. Dunne. 
Secretary : Thomas Scratton, Esq , B.A., Oxon. 

For particulars of each department of the University, and for pro- 
spectuses, &c., apply to the Secretary, Thomas Scratton, Esq., 87 Ste- 
phen's Green, South, between the hours of 10 and 4. 



ASSOCIATION FOR THE PBOPAGATION OF THE FAITH. 161 

ALLHALLOWS COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 

This College was founded in the year 1842, with the sanction of His 
Holiness Pope Gregory XVL, and of the Sacred Congregation of the 
Propaganda ; and is under the patronage and direction of his Grace 
the Archbishop of Dublin. 

The object of the College is the education of Ecclesiastics for the 
FOREIGN MISSIONS. For the furtherance of this end, a number 
of clei^yraen have formed themselves into a community, modelled upon 
that of St Sulpice, in Paris, and gratuitously devote themselves to the 
education of the young Missionaries. Besides educating Students for 
the foreign Missions, the College supplies Missionaries for England 
and Scotland. 

Annual subscriptions, donations, and bequests are gratefully re- 
ceived. 

Communications to be addressed to the Very Reverend the Presi- 
dent, or to any of the Directors, AUhallows College, Dublin, Ireltod. 

Subscriptions received by Messrs. Burns and Lambert, Portman- 
street; and by Mr. Dolman, 61 New Bond-street, 



ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. 

Under the especial patronage of His Holiness Pius IX. and the Right 
Rev. the Catholic Bishops of Great Britain. 

President-^The Duke of Norfolk. 

Treagurer — Charles J, Pagliano, Esq., The Lodge, Brook Green, 

Hammersmith. 

Secretary — Mr. Charles Dolman, 61 New Bond-street 

Bankers-^ Commercial Bank, 6 Henrietta^street, Coventrgarden. 

To become a member of the Association two conditions only are 
required: — 1st To recite, once for all, for this intention, the Our 
Father and Hail Mary of the morning or evening prayers, and add 
on each occasion the following invocation : " St Francis Xavier, pray 
for us.'' 2d. To give, in alms for the Missions, a halfpenny per week. 



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162 



ilemoir 

OP 

fflS EMmmTCE CARDINAL JAMES tHILIP 

FRANSONI; 



No one, for many years past, can have visited Home, and 
attended its religious functions, without bringing home a 
deeply-impressed and pleasing recollection of the late Car- 
dinal James Philip Pransoni, His venerable appearance, the 
mild and amiable expression of his countenance, and the 
devout gracefulness of his mien and actions, have led many 
a stranger to inquire his name ; while few English Catholics 
have neglected to court a closer acquaintance with him 
as the Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Propaganda. 
This office gave him a certain claim to their respectftil 
attention ; but his personal virtues, and the charm of his 
manner and conversation, soon raised this into veneration, 
and even affection. 

It is not, therefore, only his position in that high office, 
but also his personal character, that entitles him to the 
place which we regret to see him occupy in this year's 
Directory. 

This holy prince of the Church was born of a noble 
Genoese family on the 10th of December 1775i His father 
was the Marquis Domenico Fransoni; his mother was 
Donna Bettina Carrega. He was older, by many years, 
than his brother, the exiled Archbishop of Turin. After 
having received his earlier education in his own country, 
be proceeded to Rome, where he was ordained priest in 
1806 ; and soon after was named a Prelate. During the 
calamitous period which followed, he of course had no 
active employment; but in 1822 Pope Pius VH. named 
him one of the prelates composing the body known by the 
name oi Ahhreviatori del Parco tnaggtore, and Secretary of 
the Commission for the Care and Improvement of the 
Roads and Aqueducts. 

These were secular occupations ; but on the 24th of 



MEMOIR OP CARDINAL PkANSONI. 163 

March of the same year he was appointed Nuncio to Lisbon^ 
the first after the invasion of Portugal by France. On the 
28th of September he was consecrated Archbishop of Na- 
zianzum by Cardinal Geleffi, and proceeded to his Nuncia- 
ture. He discharged the duties of his office so as to win 
the regard and affection of all who knew him, during the 
short interval between his appointment to it and his eleva- 
tion to a higher dignity. For on the 2d of October 1826 
he was named Cardinal by Pope Leo XII., though he con- 
tinued to reside at Lisbon as Pro-Nuncio till September 
29, 1827. 

On his return to Rome he was named Prefect of the 
Congregatioh of Ecclesiastical Immunities (of which . St. 
Thomas of Canterbury is patron), and of the Financial 
Committee of Propaganda. But in 1885 he received the 
appointment of Prefect of Propaganda, one of the most im- 
portant in the Church. This congregation has the direc- 
tion, under the Sovereign Pontiff, of ecclesiastical affairs in 
all countries of which the government is not Catholic, in 
the same proportion and manner as other congregations in 
Rome have in respect to Catholic countries. Thus the ap- 
pointment of bishops, cases of dispensation, and generally 
whatever affairs require application to the Holy SeCj or 
emanate from it, pass through this board or congregation, 
composed primarily of Cardinals, assisted by consultors, 
theologians, and an efficient staff of clerks. The immense 
correspondence involved in this department for the transac- 
tion of its ordinary business in every part of the world — 
from America to Australia, from Lapland to the Cape of 
Good Hope; the superintendence of the great Urban College 
at Rome, in which are educated students from every climate 
and of every language, and of those for Chinese at Naples^ 
and for other nations in Eastern and Western Asia ; the ar- 
rangement for decision of graver questions that may arise, — in 
fine, the entire administration of this high and extensive sub- 
division of the Church's universal jurisdiction centres in the 
Prefect of the Sacred Congregation " de Propaganda Fide." 

Every week a meeting is held in his presence of the 
principal officers of what may be called its executive ; wheil 
matters of minor importance, or of current business, are 
discussed and prepared for submission, if they require it, 
to the Holy Father, on the Sunday evening, by the secre- 
tary, a prelate always of high class; after which answers 



164 MFiMOIR OF CARDINAL FRANSOKI. 

are expedited to every part of the world. Once a month 
the Cardinals of the Congregation meet for the discussion 
of more difficult or important cases, three generally each 
time, the whole details of which, with all the documentary 
evidence, privately printed, have been placed in their hands 
some day previously. All nominations, for example, to 
bishoprics are made only at these more formal and solemn 
meetings, to which each Cardinal thus comes, after having 
duly studied, and, if he thinks proper, taken advice upon 
each matter to be decided. At every such meeting, as well 
as at the preliminary and more private ones, the Cardinal 
Prefect, unless prevented by illness, officially presides ; and 
his duty it is to select the cases to be treated of, see them 
prepared, and furnish, viva vocCy such additional informa- 
tion on them, or such explanations, as his more intimate 
acquaintance with them enables him to produce. 

In the discharge of all these duties no one could be more 
assiduous, more painstaking, or more accurate than the 
late Cardinal Prefect during the twenty years that he occut 
pied his post. Until his last illness, of which the symp- 
toms appeared about two years before his death, his whole 
attention was devoted to the duties of his office. And in 
addition to what we have enumerated, there was one por- 
tion of his duty for which he was remarkably adapted, and 
which he most happily discharged. This was, to receive 
personally, and confer with, the bishops and clergy of 
every country connected with Propaganda whom business 
or devotion brought to Rome. Scarcely a day would pass 
in which he had not to give audience* to one or more such 
visitors ; and we are sure none ever left him without senti- 
ments of respect, and even deeper feelings. His mild and 
gentle courtesy, his sweet temper, and the religious tone of 
his conversation, harmonising as they did with his noble and 
saintly appearance, obtained for him universal esteem. But 
beyond this, every new comer was astonished at the full ac- 
quaintance which he possessed with his country, diocese, and 
personal history ; witii the names of many of his clergy, and 
their characters. No matter from which hemisphere he came, 
or to what strange idiom these appellations were related, 
whether Anglo-Saxon, Dutch, Hindoo, Arabic, or Chinese, 
he remembered them, and pronounced them with an accu- 
racy quite marvellous in an Italian mouth. Hence everj 
bishop, from whatever quarter of the globe, found himself 



MEMOIR OF CARDINAL PRANSONI. 165 

alreadj known, and felt how no Catholic prelate is an alien 
at Eome, but how each one is cared for, and kept in mind 
there. Questions would be put to him about his neigh- 
bouring bishops, and individual priests, with a most perfect 
geographical accuracy that showed how the holy Prefect of 
Propaganda overlooked no part of the world confided to his 
superintending care. This power of individualising, which 
went to the extent of remembering the dates and details of 
appointments, translations, and particular actions, gave a 
charm to personal intercourse with him, and made every 
one feel as if a friendly rather than an officisd relation 
united him with the Sacred Congregation. 

The period in which Cardinal Fransoni held his office 
is one that will ever be memorable for great .events in the 
Church. During it, the number of sees in North America 
was immensely multiplied ; hierarchies were established in 
Australia, British America, the West Indies, and Holland. 
And to him is greatly due the extension of a similar privi- 
lege to ourselves, accompanied as it was by the increase of 
the number of our bishops from eight to thirteen. In the 
progress of religion all over the world he ever took the 
liveliest interest ; but nowhere more than in England. No- 
thing delighted him more than to hear of new conversions; 
and he followed the phases of the Oxford movement with 
accuracy and earnest sympathy. Some of our most illus- 
trious converts, lay and clerical, can bear testimony to his 
affectionate reception of them ; none better than the learned 
and pious founders of the Oratorian Congregation. 

Among the many prerogatives conferred on him by his 
high office, there was perhaps none which he valued more, 
or more strictly claimed, than the consecration of bishops 
for sees connected with Propaganda. St. Damasus is said 
to have consecrated sixty-two bishops. When Cardinal 
Fransoni was attacked by the earlier symptoms of his last 
complaint, — abscesses on the instep, — he wanted one con- 
secration to make up that number. But, though scarcely 
equal to the effort, he would not yield up his privilege of 
consecrating a new bishop for North America; and he was 
subsequently able to add several more consecrations, so as 
to reach the extraordinary, and perhaps unprecedented, 
number of seventy. Among these were the Cardinal Arch- 
bishop of Westminster, the Archbishop of Dublin, and the 
Bishop of Southwark. 



156 ENGLISH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 

5tonsi)ttr0t CDoUrgr, near Whatteyt Lancashirt. 

Established in 1794. 

For information as to terms and course of education, application 
may be made to the Rev. William Waterworth, 9 Hill-street, Berkeley- 
square, London ; or to the Rev. Francis Clough, Stonyhurst College. 



St. Iraforenre's College, Amplrforth, York, 

PreHdent^The Very Rev. W. Ralph Cooper. 

K.B. The nearest railway-station is at Gilling, on the Malton and 
Thirsk branch of the North-Eastem Railway. 



St (Sxtesorfi's College, Dwmsidej near Bath, 
President — ^Very Rev. James Norbert Sweeney. 



J6t "Clllttatll'S College, Evertm, near Liverpool. 

PrMufw^— The Very Rev. Canon Fisher, D.D. 
Vice-President — The Rev. John Walker. 
Professor — The Rev. Charles Teebay. 

The course of studies comprises all the branches of a liberal and 
polite education — the Classical languages, Greek and Latin ; Modern 
languages, English, French, and German, taught by native professors ; 
History, Geography, Elocution, Writing, Arithmetic, Mathematics, 
Book-keeping, and the Elements of Natural Philosophy. 

The College has been fitted-up with due attention to the health and 
comfort of the pupils, and furnishes every accommodation the most 
anxious parent could desire. A large and extensive playground is 
attached, and affords ample scope for games and exercise. 

The pension is 40/. a-year under the age of twelve ; 45/. between 
twelve and fourteen ; and fiHy guineas above that age. The pension is 
paid half-yearly in advance, and a quarter's notice is required previous 
to the removal of any student. Instead of each student providing him- 
self with silver fork, spoon, and linen, three guineas will be charged as 
entrance, and those articles will be supplied by the house. Music, 
Drawing, Dancing, French and German, are extra charges ; books and 
stationery for the use of class 2/. a-year. Washing according to the 
expenditure of each individual. 

There are two vacations in the' course of the year; one of seven 
weeks at Midsummer, and another at Christmas of about three weeks' 
duration. Punctuality in sending back the pupils to College for the 
opening of classes, after each vacation, is most urgently inculcated 
upon parents. 

For further particulars, apply to the President, St Edward'i Col- 
lege, LiverpooL 



ENGLISH CATHOLIC COLLEGES. 157 

dDollege of t|e lEmmatttlate Conte)it(on, RatcKffe, near Lough- 

borough^ Leicesiershire. , 

President — Very Rev. Peter Hatton. 

This College is conducted by the Fathers of Charity. It is situated 
at the distance of seven miles from Leicester and Loughborough, and 
of about three miles from the Syston station (M.R.). The accommo- 
dation for the students has been considerably increased, a spacious 
study- room and a play-roomi with a large dormitory, and a number 
of private rooms have been erected. 

For particulars, apply to the President as above ; to the Very Rev. 
A. M. Rinolfi, Rugby ; to the Rev. Moses Furlong, St. Mary's, Rugby ; 
and to the Rev. Henry Plopkins, Newport, Monmouthshire. 



College of i^tount 5t. i^arfi'l», near Chetterfield. 

This College is conducted by Clergymen connected with the Col* 
lege of Stonyhurst ; it is situated nine miles from Sheffield, seven 
miles from Chesterfield, and one from the Eckington station (N.M.R.). 

For particulars, apply to the President, Rev. Maurice Mann, 
Mount St. Mary's, Chesterfield ; to the Rev. William Waterworth, 9 
Hill- street, Berkeley-square, London; to the Rev. Charles Collyns, 
Salisbury-street, Liverpool ; and to the Rev. Joseph Bond, Preston. 

5St. ISeuno'ft College. 
Rector — Rev. William CardwelL 



ENGLISH COLLEGE, ROME. 
Fonnded by Bull of Pope Gregory XIII., dated April 23^, 1579. 
Rector — Very Rev. Robert Cornthwaite, D.D. 
Fice-iZec/or— Rev. Dr. Cruikshank. 



COLLEGIO PIO, ROME. 

Director — The Very Rev. Louis B. English, D.D, 

Vice-Director — Rev. Dr. Banns. 

This College was founded by his Holiness in 1852, and has been 
quite recently located under the same roof as the venerable English 
College ; retaining, however, its oWti separate regulations. The object 
of its establishment was to supply the long- felt want of a College 
adapted for the reception of such persons as, having indeed a vocation 
to the Priesthood, were prevented by age, or health, or previously- 
formed habits, from conforming to the usual minute discipline enforced 
in the seminaries abroad. 

The agents for this College in England, appointed by the Holy 
Father, are the Very Rev. Mgr. Ferdinand English, D.D. (Canon of 
Clifton), Cannington, Bridgwater; and the Very Rev. Frederick Oake- 
ley (Canon of Westminster), Duncan- terrace, Islington. By either of 
these contributions (whether annual or single) will be gratefully ac- 
knowledged, and any information required readily given. 



16S tIST Of THE CARDINAL FRIE8TS 

ALFHABETICAL LIST 
OF THE CARDINAL FRIESTS OF THE HOLT ROMAN CHURCH. 

[The TituluSf or TitlCt to which a Cardinal Priest is named is a churchi 
generally very ancient, of which he is appointed superior, wilh juris- 
diction, right to a throne, and to pontificalia in it The body of Car- 
dinal Priests thus represents the clergy of Rome, and as such elects its 
Bishop. A Cardinal Priest therefore is said to be the titular, or priest, 
of the title of a given church in Rome, and he only obtains this nomi> 
nation by personally visiting Rome.] 

Bom Created 

Altieri, Louis, bom at Rome, Secretary of July 17, 1805 1845 
the Memorials to his Holiness, created Car- 
dinal of the title of Santa Maria del Portico. 
Andrea, Jerome de, bom at Naples, Pre- April 12, 1812 1852 
feet of the Sacred Congregation of the 
Index, and Commendatory Abbot and Or- 
dinary of SS. Benedict and Scholastics, 
at Subiaco, created Cardinal of the title 
of St. Agnese fuori le Mure. 
Anoelis, Philif de, bom at Ascoli, Arch- April 16, 1792 1839 
bishop and Prince of Ferm6, created Cai- 
dinal of the title of San Bernardo alle 
Terme Diocleziane. 
AsQUiNi, Fabius Mary, born at Fagagna, Aug. 14, 1802 1845 
Prefect of the Sac. Congregation of Indul- 
gences and Sac. Relics, created Cardinal 
of the title of S. Stefano al Monte Celio. 
Baluffi, Cajetan, bom at Ancona, Arch- Mar. 28, 1788 1846 
bishop of Imola, and created Cardinal of 
the title of SS. Peter and Marcellinus. 
Barberini, Benedict, bom at Rome, Arch- Oct. 22, 1788 1826 
. priest of the Lateran Basilica, and created 
Cardinal of the title of Santa Maria in 
Trastevere. 
BARNABd, Alexander, bom at Foligno, Pre- Mar. 2, 1801 1856 

feet of the Sacred Congreg. of Propaganda. 
BoNALD, Louis de, born at Milhaud, Arch- Oct. 30, 1787 1841 
bishop of Lyons, and created Cardinal 
of the title of the Santissima Trinitii al 
Monte Pincio. 
BoNNEL Y Orbe, John, bom at Pinos, Arch- Mar. 17, 1782 1850 
bishop of Toledo, created Cardinal of the 
title of Santa Maria della Pace. 
Brunelli, John, bom at Rome, Bishop of June 23, 1795 1853 
Osimo, and created Cardinal of the title of 
S. Cecilia. 
Carafa, Dominic, bom at Naples, Arch- July 12, 1805 1844 
bishop of Benevento, and created Cardinal 
of the title of S. Maria degli Angeli. 
Carvalho, William Henry de, bom at Feb. 10, 1792 1846 
Coimbra, Patriarch of Lisbon, created 
Cardinal of the tiUe of Sante Maria sopra 
Minerva. 



OF THE HOLT ROlfAN CHUBCR. 163 

Bom Created 

ClarellTi Nicholas, bora at Rieti, and April 12, 1799 1844> 

created Cardinal of the title of S. Pietro 

in Vincoli. 
CoRsi, CosMus, bora at Florence, Arcli- June 10, 1798 181'2 

bishop of Pisa, and created Cardinal of 

the title of SS. Giovanni e Paolo. 
CosENZA, Joseph, bora at Naples, Arch- Feb. 20, 1788 1850 

bishop of Capua, and created Cardinal of 

the title of S. Maria in Traspontina. 
DoNNET, Ferdinand, bom at Bourg-Argen- Nov. 16, 1795 1852 

tal, Archbishop of Bourdeaux, and created 

Cardinal of the title of S. Maria in Via. 
DupoNT, Jameb, bom at Yglesias, Arch- Feb. 2, 1792 1847 

bishop of Bourges, and created Cardinal 

of the title of S. Maria del Popolo. 
FALCONiERi-MELLiNi,CLARissiMus,boraat' Sept 17) 1794 1838 
Home, Archbishop and Prince of Ravenna, 
created Cardinal of the title of San Marcello. 
Fieschi, Adrian, bom at Genoa, created Mar. 7, 1788 1838 

Cardinal Deacon of S. Maria ad Martyres, 

and Cardinal Priest in 1854, of the title of 

S. Maria della Yittoria, Grand Prior in 

Rome of the Sacred and Military Order 

of the Knights of Malta. 
FiGUEREDo, Peter de, born at Faveiro, June 19, 1770 1850 

Archbishop of Braga. 
Gaude, , late Procurator-General of the 1809 1856 

Dominicans. 
Geissel, John, bora at Giammeldingen, Feb. 4, 1796 1850 

Archbishop of Cologne. 
Genoa, Gabriel della, bora at Assisi, Dec. 4, 1801 1836 

Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of 

Bishops and Regulars, created Cardinal 

of the title of S. Girolamo degli Schiaroni. 
Gousset, Thomas, born at Montigny-les- May 1, 1792 1850 

Cherlieux, Archbishop of Rheims, and 

created Cardinal of the title of S. Calixtus. 
Kanlick, George, Archbishop of Zagabria, 1787 1856 

in Croatia. 
Lewichi, Michael, bora at Pokneia, Arch- 1774 1856 

bishop of Leopolis,Halicia, andKawensck 

(Greek rite), in Poland. 
LucciARDi, Dominic, bora at Sarzana, Bi- Dec. 8, 1796 1852 

shop of Sinigaglia, and Commendatory 

Abbot of SS. Pastor and Damian, created 

Cardinal of the title of S. Clemente. 
Mathieu, James, born at Paris, Arch- Jan, 20, 1796 1850 

bishop of Besan9on, and created Cardinal 

of the title of S. Silvestro in Capite. 
Morichini, Charles Louis, bora at Rome, Nov. 21, 1805 1852 

Archbishop, Bishop of Jesi, and created 

Cardinal of the title of S. Onofrio. 



170 tIST OF THE CARDINAL PRIESTS. 

Born Created 

MoRLOT, Francis-Nicholas, bom at Lan- Nov. 28, 17^6 1853 

gres. Archbishop of Tours, and created 

Cardinal of the title of SS. Nereus and 
' Achilleus. 
Pecci, Joachim, born at Carpineto, Bishop Mar. 2, 1810 1853 

of Perugia, and created Cardinal of th« 

title of S. Grisogono. 
PiANETTi, Jasper, born at Jesi, Bishop of Feb. 7, 1780 1839 

Viterbo and Toscanella, and created Car- 
dinal of the title of S. Sisto. 
PiccoLOMiNi, James, bom at Sienna, created July 31, 1795 1845 

Cardinal of the title of S. Marco. 
PiETRO, Camillus de, bom at Rome. Jan. 19, 1806 1856 

Rauscher, Joseph Othmar, Archbishop of 1797 1856 

Vienna. 
Recanati, Justus, bom at Camerino, of the Aug. 9, 1789 1853 

order of Minor Capuchins, and created 

Cardinal of the title of the SS. XII. 

Apostoli. 
Reisach, Charles, late Archbp. of Munich. 1800 1856 

Riario-Sforza, Sixtus, bom at Naples, Dec. 5, 1810 1846 

Archbishop of Naples, and created Car- 
dinal of the title of S. Sabina. 
SciTowsKi, John, bom at Bela, Archbishop Nov. 1, 17B5 1853 

of Gran and Primate of Hungary, created 

Cardinal of the title of Santa Croce in 

Gemsalemme. 
ScuwARTZENBERo, FREDERICK, bom at Yi- April 6, 1809 1842 

enna. Prince- Archbishop of Prague, and 

created Cardinal of the title of S. Augustin. 
Sterckx, Engelbert, born at Ophem, Arch- Nov. 2, 1792 1838 

bishop of Mechlin, and created Cardinal 

of the title of S. Bartolomeo nell' Isola. 
Tosti, Anthony, bom at Rome, Yisitor- Oct 4, 1776 1839 

Apostolic of the Hospital of St. Michael, 

and created Cardinal of the title of S. Pietro 

in Montorio. 
Vannicelli-Casoni, Louis, bora at Amelia, April 16, 1801 1842 

Archbishop of Ferrara, and created Car- 
dinal of the title of S. Prassede. 
Yiale-PrelA, Michael, bom at Bastia, Sept. 22, 1799 1853 

Archbishop of Bologna. 
ViLLADicANi, Francis of Paul, born at Feb. 22, 1780 184-3 

Messina, Archbishop of Messina, and 

created Cardinal of the title of S. Alessio. 
ViLLEcouRT, Clement, late Bishop of La 1787 1856 

Rochelle. 
Wiseman, Nicholas, born at Seville, Arch- Aug. 2, 1802 1850 

bishop of Westminster, and created Car- 
dinal of the title of S. Pudentiana. 



CARDINALS DECEASED. 171 

CARDINAL DEACONS OF THE HOLY ROMAN CHURCH. 

Born Created 

Antonelli, James, bom at Sonnino, Se- April 2, 1806 1847 

cretary of State to his Holiness, Prefect 

of the Sacred Palaces, President of the 

Council of Ministers and of the Council 

of State, and created Cardinal Deacon of 

S. Agata alia Suburra. 
Boi^ONDi, Joseph, bom at Forli, President of Oct. 24) 1795 1847 

the Holy Congregation of the Census, and 

created Cardinal Deacon of S. Cesareo. 
Caterini, Prosper, born at Onano, created Oct 15, 1795 1853 

Cardinal Deacon of S. Maria della Scala. 
CiACCHi, Louis, bom at Pesaro, created Car- Aug. 16, 1788 1838 

dinal Deacon of S. Angelo in Pescheria. 
GAizoLi, Louis, bora atXemi,. created Car- Mar. 18, 1784 1832 

dinal Deacon of S. Eustachio. 
Gbassblini, Jasper, born at Palermo. Jan. 19, 1808 1856 

Marini, Peter, bora at Rome, Prefect of the Oct. 5, 1794 1846 

Economy of Propaganda, and President of 

the Reverenda Camera dei Spogli, created 

Cardinal Deacon of S. Nicola in Carcere. 
D'Ottaino, Francis db' Medici, born at 1808 1856 

Naples. 
Riario-Sforza, Thomas, bora at Naples, Jan. 8, 1782 1823 

Camerlergo of the Holy Roman Church, 

Arch-Chancellor of the Roman Univer- 
sity, and first Cardinal Deacon of Santa 

Maria in Via Lata. 
Roberti, Robert, bom at St. Giusto, Presi- Dec. 23, 1788 1850 

dent of Roma and Comarca, created Car- 
dinal Deacon of Santa Maria in Domnica. 
Santucci, Vincent, born at Gorga, created Feb. 18, 1796 1853 

Cardinal Deacon of S. Maria ad Martyres, 
Savelli, Dominic, bom at Castello di Spe- Sept 15, 1798 1853 

loncato (Corsica), President of the Con- 
sults di Stato, and created Cardinal Dea- 
con of S, Maria in Aquiro. 
UooLiNi, Joseph, bora at Macerata, created Jan. 6, 17.83 1838 

Card.Deacon of S. Adriano al ForoRomano. 



CARDINALS WHO HAVE DIED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF LAST YEAR'S DIRECTORY. 

fiis Eminence Card. Ambrose Bianchi, bom at Cremona, consecrated 
Cardinal of the title of SS. Andrea and Gregorio at Monte Celio. 

His Eminence Cardinal James Philip Fransoni, bom at Genoa, 
Dec. 10, 1775, Prefect of Propaganda, and first Cardinal Priest of 
the title of S. Lorenzo in Lucitia; died at Rome, April 20, 1856. 

His Eminence Cardinal John Soglia, bora at Cssola Valseni, 
Bishop of Osimo, Cardinal of the title of the Santi Quattro 
Coronati ; died August 12, 1856. 



172 CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOPS AND 6ISH0FS OP IRELAND. 

CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS OF 

IRELAND. 

ULSTER. 

Names, Diocese. Residence. When eonseeraled. 

Most Rev. Joseph Dixon . • Armagh . . * Armagh 21 Not. 18^2 

Right Rev. J. McLaughlin Derry Deny 16 July 1837 

Francis Kelly, Coadj. ...... .... 21 Oct 1849 

-— — ~- James Browne . . Kilmore . . . Cavan 10 June 1825 

Pat^.M'GettiganRaphoe .... Letterkenny . . 17 Sept. 1820 

, M*Gettigan, Coadj .... 18 May 1856 

— — ^— - John Kilduff . . Ardagh .... Ballymahon • . 1853 

— John Cantwell. . Meath .... MuUingar .... 21 Sept 1830 

— Michael Blake. . Dromore . . Newry 17 Mar. 1833 

John Leahy, Coadj. .. .... 1 Oct 1854 

*— — Cornelius) /Down and Id ^e *. «« xr^- looe 

Denvir f"\ Connor }^^^^^^^ ^2 Nov. 1835 

— — — Charles M'Nally Clogher . . . Monaghan ... 5 Nov. 1843 

LEINSTER. 

Most Rev. P. Cullen, Abp. Dublin .... Dublin 24 Feb. 1850 

(Vacant) Ferns Enniscorthy . . 

Rt Rev. James "Walshe •[ ^g^^^hji^ } Carlow 30 Mar. 1856 

Edward Walsh . . Ossory Kilkenny ... * 26 July 1846 

MUNSTER. 

Most Rev. M. Slattery, Abp. Cashell .... Thurles 24 Feb. 1 834 

Right Rev. Wm. Delany . . Cork Cork 15 Aug. 1847 

David Moriarty. Kerry Killamey .... 25 April 1854 

— ^ John Ryan .... Limerick . . Limerick .^^ • 11 Dec. 1825 

■ D. Yaughan. . . . Killaloe. . . . Nenagh 8 June 1851 

— Do™- 0'Bri«» {& S?e} W''t«'f"'i • •• 

Timot Murphy. Cloyne .... Fermoy 16 Sept 1849 

— — — Wm. Keane.. .. Ross Ross 2 Feb. 1851 



CONNAUGHT. 

Most Rev. J. M'Hale, Abp. Tuam Tuam 12 June 1825 

Rt. Rev. Patrick Durcan. . Achonry . . . Ballyhadareen. 30 Nov. 1852 

. Patrick Fallon j &' KHfenofa^} ^"»v«a ... 1 May 1853 

George J.Browne Elphin Athlone 23 Oct 1831 

. Gillooly, Coadj. .. .... 7 Sept. 1856 

Thomas Feeny . . Killala. .... Ballina 13 Oct 1 839 

Barth. Roche, 1 ^ , ^ , __^, 

Vic. Cap. J "^^^^y Galway ...... 1S65 

John Derry .... Clonfert . . . Loughrea . . . • 21 Sept 1847 



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CATHOLIC BISHOPS AND VICARS-APOSTOLIC IN THE 
BRITISH COLONIES AND POSSESSIONS. 

EUROPE. 

Most R«Y. Crarlsb Rivellt, Archbishop of Corfu ; consecr. 1855. 
Right Re7. Henry Hughes, Bishop of EUopoIis, V.A. of Gibraltar. 
— — Sant, Bishop of Malta. 
Agnazio Lastaria, Bishop of Zante and Cephalonia. 



ASIA. 

Most Rey. Thomas OliffEi Archbishop of Edessa, y.A. of Western 

Bengal. 
Right Rey. Cajetan Cabli, Bishop of Almira, V.A. of Thibet and 

Hindostan. 

■ ZuBBERi V.A. of Patna, and Administrator- 
Apostolic of the Northern Vicariate of Bombay. 

■ F. Lawrence, Coadjutor. 

Daniel Murfhy, Bishop of Philadelphia, V.A. of Hy- 

derabad. 

■ John Fennbllt, Bishop of Castoria, V.A. of Madras. 

■ Anastasius Harthan, Bishop of Derbe, and Adminis- 

trator-Apostolic of the' Southern Vicariate of Bombay. 

- Alexius Canoz, Bishop of Tamas, V.A. of Madnra. 
- ■■ Pre Bernaroin, of St. Agnes, pro-V.A. of Mangalore. 
— Theoph. S. Neyrbt, V.A. of Vizagapatam. 

— — Gaetano Antonio, Bishop of Usula, V.A. of the Southern 

Division of Ceylon. 

Joseph Mary Brati, O.S.B., Bishop of Tipasa, Coad- 
jutor and Successor. 

• Horatio Bettachinf, Bishop of Zorona, V.A. of the 

Northern Division of Ceylon. 

■ John Baptist Boncho, V.A. of the Malayan Peninsula. 
-^— F. Michael Angelus, Ord. Cap., pro-V.A. of the Punjab. 



AFRICA. 

Bight Rev. P. R. Griffith, Bishop of FaleopoUtano, V.A. of the 
Western Province, Cape of Good Hope. 
— . Moran, V.A. of the East Province, Cape of Good Hope. 
William Bernard Allen Collier, O.S.B., Bishop of 
Port Louis, Mauritius. 



174 CATHOLIC BISHOPS AND VICAtlS-AFOSTOLIC. 

BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 

PROYINCE OF QUEBEC. 

Most Rev. Peter Flavien Turqeon, Archbishop of Quebec. 
Right RcT. Charles F. Baillarobon, Bishop of Tloa, Coadjutor. 
Ignatius Bourgbt, Bishop of Montreal. 

Joseph La RoauE, Bishop of Cydonia, Coadjutor. 

Thomas Cook, Bishop of Three Rivers. 

John Charles Prince, Bishop of St. Hyacinthe, 

Joseph Euoenius Bruno Guiones, Bishop of Bytown. 

— Rbmioius Gaulin, Bishop of Kingston (retired). 

Patrick Phelan, Bishop of Carrhie, Coadjutor and Ad- 

ministrator of Kingston. 

Amand F. M. Comte de Charbonnell, Bishop of Toronto. 

Alexander Tachb, Bishop of St. Boniface, Red River. 

Peter Aoolphe M. Pinsoneault, Bishop of London ; 

consecrated 18 May 1856. 
John P. Farrell, Bishop of Hamilton; cons. 11 May 1856. 

PROVINCE OF HALIFAX. 

Most Rer. William Walsh, Archbishop of Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
Right Rev. T. L. Connolly, Bishop of Fredericktou, New Brunswick. 

B. Donald McDonald, Bishop of Charlotte Town, Prince 

Edward's Island. 

Colin McKinnon, Bishop of Arichat, Cape Breton. 

John Thomas Mullock, O.S.T., Bishop of St. John's, 

Newfoundland. 
: Dalton, Bishop of Harbor Grace, Newfoundland. 

WEST indies. 

Most Rev. Vincent Spaccapietra, Archbishop of Port of Spain. 
Right Rev. M. D. Ves^^ue, Bishop of Rouseau ; consecrated by hia 

Eminence Cardinal Wiseman in St Mary's, Moorfields. 

26 Oct 1856. ^ 

r- T. Hynes, O.S.D., Bishop of Leros, V.A. of British Guiana. 

— •^— Do Peyron, V.A. of Jamaica. 



OCEANIA. 

Most Rev. John Bedij Folding, O.S.B., Archbishop of Sydn^. 

Whose Suffragans arCf 
Right Rev. Francis Murphy, Bishop of Adelaide, Southern Australia. 

J. M. B. Serra, O.S. B., Bishop of Perth, Western Australia. 

James M. B. GooLp, O.S.A, Bishop of Melbourne. 

• Rosendo Salvado, O.S.B., Bishop of Port Victoria, who 

resides ad intern in the mission of NewNursia, Diocese 

of Perth, and 

^' W.JViLLsoN, Bishop of Hobarton, Van Diemen's Land. 

* Pompallier, Bishop of Auckland, New Zealand. 

' ViARD, Bishop of Port Nicholsoq, ditto. 



175 



LADIES' SCHOOLS IN COMMUNITIES. 

ST. MARY'S CONVENT, Micklegai$ Bar, rork. 
For terms apply to Mrs. Brownb, as above. 

BENEDICTINE CONVENT OF THE IMMACULATE 
CONCEPTION, Hammertmith. 

For the terms of the School, apply to Lady Abbess Selby, as 
abo?e. 

BENEDICTINE CONVENT, Winchester. 
For the terms of the School, apply to the Lady Abbess, as above. 

FRANCISCAN CONVENT, OUR LADY OF DOLOURS, 

Taunton, Sfimenet, 

The particulars and conditions of this School may be had by apply- 
ing to Mrs. Jerninoham, as above. 

CONVENT OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE, 
Netohall, Chehnsford. 
For particulars, apply to Mrs. Blount, as above. 



ST. MONICA'S CONVENT, Spetisbury, Blandford, Dorset, 

For the terms of the School, apply to Mrs. Foynter, as above. 
The Convent is within seven miles of the Wimbome station, on the 
South- Western Railway, and a daily coach passes the Convent gates. 

BENEDICTINE CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF COMFORT, 

Stanbrook, near Worcester* 
For the terms of the School, apply to the Rev. Lady Abbess, as 
above. Letters addressed, ^' The Convent, Stanbrook, near Wor- 
cester." 

BENEDICTINE CONVENT at Oultony near Stone, Staffordshire. 

The terms of the School may be had on application to the Abbess, 
as above. 

The Convent is situated a mile to the north of the Stone station. 

ST. CLARE'S CONVENT, Scorton, near Catteriok, Yorkshire. 
For the terms of the School apply to Mrs. Lfadbitter, as above. 



CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS, 

Roehampton, Surrey, 

The only branch-house (in England) of the Sacr6 Coeur, in Paris, 
77 Rue de Varennes, Faubourg St. Germain. 
This establishment is under the patronage of his Eminence Car- 



176 ladies' schools in communities. 

dinal Wiseman, Archbishop of Westminster, and the Kight Rev. Dr. 
Grant, the Superior. Its members devote themselves to the education 
of young Ladies ; they have also a day-school for poor children, and, 
locality permitting, they receive gratuitously a certain number of orphan 
girls. One of the primary objects of the Institute of the Sacred 
Heart is to facilitate the making of spiritual retreats for ladies living 
in the world. 

For further particulars, apply to Madame la Sup^rieure, Roehamp^ 
ton, Surrey. 



The Ladies of ST. MARY'S PRIORY, Prineethorpe, near Coventry. 
For particulars, apply to Madame Du Chastblet, as above. 



CONVENT OF OUR LADY, Norwood, Surrey. 

FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES. 

Under the patronage of his Eminence Cardinal Wiseman, and of his 

Lordship the Bishop of Southwark. 

For further particulars respecting the boarding-school, and like- 
wise for admission into the orphanage, apply to the Rev. M. Supe- 
rior, as above. 



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